"I fucking hate you, you half breed."
- Yoshie (Suzuka Morita)
Gloriously crude and kinetic Japanese sushigore, thats so deftly paced and batshit insane its guaranteed to leave you laughing your balls off. On her 16th birthday Rin gets a present shes not expecting when her parents tell her its time she learns her families mutant heritage. Almost instantly Rin's folks are slain and shes thrust into a mutant girls squad to fight those who oppose mutants.
One of the better entries in the recent trend of lofi over the top gore action epics. The movies so quick it doesn't ease up long enough for you to question its worth, or for boredom to set in. Sentô shôjo: Chi no tekkamen densetsu aka Mutant Girls Squad is split into three chapters each directed by different filmmakers but the overall movies plot holds together surprisingly well. What you get is basically an X-men derivative only instead of having obvious powers like invisibility or super human strength, MGS's members have chainsaws out their asses or nipple swords.
[Personal Reasons For Remembering]
Yuko Takayama in her cute nurse outfit. Tak Sakaguchi in drag looking very Alison Moyet like. The nod to Texas Chainsaw Massacre, having the Ass Chainsaw MGS member wear a I <3 Texas t-shirt.
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