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Tokyo Gore Police (2 Disc Collector's Edition)

Released on 03 August 2009

Featuring: Shiina Eihi, Itsuji Itao & Yukihide Benny

Format: DVD | Rating: 18 years & over

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From the people who gave you The Machine Girl comes the even crazier Tokyo Gore Police!

The makeup and special effects guru behind The Machine Girl, Exte, and Meatball Machine, director Nishimura Yoshihiro remakes his own award-winning 1995 indie short Anatomia Extinction into a gleeful splatter galore bound for cult classic status. Spilling buckets of blood and then some more, Tokyo Gore Police has all the gore, exploitation, action, and sickly inventive use of body parts you could possibly ask for. Shiina Eihi from Audition stands tall and beautiful in the midst of the sadistic mayhem as the vengeful monster slayer in a very short skirt. Living up to its billing with eye-popping gore, comically over-the-top perversions, and thoroughly entertaining madness, Tokyo Gore Police is a must-watch for fans of gore and extreme cinema.

Sexy katakana-wielding cop Ruka (Shiina Eihi) is part of a special paramilitary squad that maintains order in the tough streets of futuristic Tokyo by squashing violence with ultraviolence and merciless executions. Her latest mission is to hunt down a mad scientist known as the Key Man who has developed a virus that mutates humans into hideous killing machines. These monstrous man-creatures might be able to sprout wacky weapons from their wounds, but they're no match for Ruka who's been on a vengeful bent ever since her father was murdered. The case turns bloody personal when Ruka discovers that Key Man may be linked to her father's death.
  • Suitable for 18 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 18. By purchasing this product, you declare that you are 18 years of age and over.

  • Making Of Tokyo Gore Police
  • Interview with the Director Yoshihiro Nishimura
  • Interview with the star Eihi Shiina
  • Japanese Premiere
  • TV adverts from film
  • Original Japanese Trailer
  • Original Promo Reel
  • UK Trailer

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 Average rating (7 reviews)


| | See all sdx800's reviews (1814)

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This is the best japanese film in years, full of gore and over the top violence, blood sprays all over the screen throughout the movie. the story is fun yet a little weird but has some great effects etc and alot of original ideas. if your into this sort of thing then you will love it. I own the japanese uncut version which is awesome hopefully the uk version has not been cut.


| | See all Corvus242's reviews (17)

This movie is crazy, it makes little sense, a basic plotline is given then wham! scene after scene of cheap gore Fx all given that unique eastern filmaker philosophy that the average human body holds 200 or so pints of blood under more pressure than a can of deodorant..... and what is going on with the dog/amputee creature.... Five stars because it is a must see, though as a story it sadly deserves only one.

 Totally GORE-RIFIC plus all the extras NOT on the US version

| | See all sound1's reviews (4)

Inevitably, this will be compared to the Machine Girl in most reviews, but that's a bit unfair to this film because despite all the gore and bizarre plot points, this film is a LOT different than that film... and it's also a lot better.

No matter what anyone says, The Machine Girl was really just an overblown gory comedy; this one, while boasting some really clever and hilarious parts (gotta love the fake television ads, including one with a killer Wii game!), is way darker and more serious and actually has a way more involving storyline, especially in the 2nd half. It is also bit slower and more character-driven; while this approach may turn off some people, it makes this film feel more real, more vibrant, more cinematic, and makes it way more rewatchable. None of it is boring in the least, of course -- in fact, this is one of the most entertaining films I've EVER seen.

Surreal and ultraviolent, and special mention has to be made to whoever did the soundtrack. A great film for any occasion. I loved it. More energy and great, original ideas than most any film I've seen come out in the past 5 years or so plus the all the extras you have on this version- Highly Recommended!

 Awesomely Entertaining film from the Amazing Japan

| | See all Dragonic's reviews (39)

Saw this at the Leeds International Film Festival, this was the film that actually made me purchase tickets for the event as i'd been following the progress of this online for a long time.

I wasn't dissapointed.

I left the cinema afterwards just absolutly blown away, the plot is obviously going to be a weak point in a film that focuses on the gore, but it actually did a good job of lasting the whole duration of the movie and didn't really lag at any point which was great.

The fight choreography done by Tak Sakaguchi was great to watch, and really made Eihi Shiina look comfortable with the Samurai Sword. Alot of times fight scenes in films like this can look 'clunky' but this manages to pull it off succesfully.

I won't go into the many weird scenes, because it'd just spoil the visual delights that will wonder across the screen if I do, the main appeal of this movie is the great visuals that will just leave you speechless at what you've just seen (They are mostly pretty crazy!).

The movie does ooze coolness, and aslong as you've got a strong stomach then this is one movie that you will definitly enjoy.


It won't be everyones favourite film, but I was going on about this film to my friends for weeks afterwards, and is still in my mind today.

 you must be joking

| | See all leprechaun's reviews (21)

saw this the other night, absolute rubbish.don't get me wrong, I love a good gore movie as much as the next guy, and I love a good Japanese movie too..( this is neither) if you want a good low budget gorefest from the east, check out the story of Ricky or something.this film looks like it cost about 20 quid to make and 15 of that went on the dvd cover... avoid like the plague

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ActorsShiina Eihi, Itsuji Itao, Yukihide Benny, Jiji Bû, Keisuke Horibe, Ikuko Sawada, Shun Sugata, Camille LaBry, Marie Machida, Maiko Asano & Kai Izumi
DirectorNishimura Yoshihiro
Certificate18 years and over
Duration1 hour and 49 minutes (approx)
RegionRegion 2 - Will only play on European Region 2 or multi-region DVD players.