Review: THE GIRLS REBEL FORCE OF COMPETITIVE SWIMMERS


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Directed by Kôji Kawano, 2007
Written by Satoshi Ôwada

Do not be deceived by the title of the year: THE GIRLS REBEL FORCE OF COMPETITIVE SWIMMERS.  Do not be deceived by a cover featuring swimsuit clad girls holding baseball bats and chainsaws.  Do not be deceived when I say that GIRLS REBEL FORCE features a math teacher dual wielding rulers and chopping off student’s heads.  Do not be deceived when I inform you that a school’s crazed doctor has injected the students and teachers with a virus that turns them blood thirsty, but that pool water neutralizes the subcutaneous injection, leaving only the swim team to defend the school.  And that one of them is an ex-spy or water terrorist or something.

Do not be deceived when I mention its repeated lesbian encounters, frequent nudity and amazing math teacher.  Please, do not be deceived into seeking out THE GIRLS REBEL FORCE OF COMPETITIVE SWIMMERS.  It is trash.

Cheaper than cheap, shot on video trash that devolves into softcore porn twice as often as it does into fun horror.  Or maybe your idea of fun horror is non-erotic scenes so forced you can see the poor actresses flinch at the degradation they’ve signed up for.  Apparently that is Kôji Kawano’s idea of fun.  My definition of what constitutes enjoyment is a bit different.




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