Guinea Pig: Ginî Piggu – Akuma no Jikken
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- Director : Satoru Ogura
- Music: Peter
Guinea Pig: Ginî Piggu – Akuma no Jikken Rating:
- Dylan = 7 / 10;
- Raoul = 2 / 10;
- Ronan = 3 / 10;
- IMDB = 4.0/10.
Guinea Pig: Ginî Piggu – Akuma no Jikken (1985) Synopsis:
A crazy guy disguised as a samurai kidnap a young woman and methodically cut her into pieces. A group of guys captures a young girl with the intent of hurting her. They torture her in many ways, from beating her to putting a sharp piece of needle-like metal through her eye which pierces across her retina. Written by Chris Mayo.
Guinea Pig: Ginî Piggu – Akuma no Jikken (1985) Review:
The first Guinea Pig was already horrible but had something intriguing in that it featured a wide range of “tortures”, some of them even quite innovative and/or inventive.
In “Guinea Pig 2: Flower of Flesh and Blood”, they removed the tortured variety and basically stripped the film to the very minimum: a maniac who cuts off a woman during 40 minutes. Thereee is absolutely nothing more…and for this simple reason, I found this movie utterly boring. To be exact, I would not say that it is a movie but more a voyeuristic video, almost like a trash Youtube video.
When you have nothing in a film, you tend to be attracted by the slightest distraction, but here even the poems or the madness of the main characters did not entertain me. The only reason to watch it may be for the really realistic special effects
One of the worst films I ever saw, not because it is gore or voyeuristic, but just because it is boring, repetitive and empty. I would recommend to the curious one to watch the first one instead.