Type: A lot of sex and violence
Synopsis: But really, just a lot of sex, with some violence. Like, a 60:40 ratio.
Pros: Did I mention the sex, cause that’s gonna happen a lot. Well, like 5 times. At first I though it was kinda nice to have an anime with a sex scene between two consenting adult. Then the killer vaginas and rape scenes happened…cause anime in the 80s. Or anime in the 90’s. Or anime in the 00s. Or anime in general. Ya know anime industry, characters can just have sex for fun, or for romance. The portrayal of sex can be use for more than jokes or assault. Anyway, this movie is about two special agents, a human and a demon, trying to protect a mystic in order to renew the peace agreement between humans and demons. Since the human is a macho playboy from the 80s, and the demon is a sexy fashion model, they of course meet a lot of challenges, with sexy results. As stories goes, the plot jumps from action to sex scene to action to sex scene, with the final act feeling weak and anti-climatic.
Cons: This being a sexy movie with demons in it, there is some weird stuff. I’m taking demon vaginas coming out of a woman’s torso. In addition, Makie, the female protagonist and supernatural demon, is naturally sexually assaulted on three separate occasions. Once by an ex-lover, once by a tentacle monster, and once by a group of demons to motivate the male protagonist. No great. It’s also kinda sad to say, but Makie is also the only character with some spectrum of character development. In so far was we learn a little about her past. Taki, the human protagonist, is more generic. He really is just an 80’s cool-guy troupe that is really, really, really bad at his job. The demon antagonists are also kinda meh.
Watch it: It’s basically a once of those bad-movies to watch. But maybe by yourself.
Because at least’s she’s trying.
Best Moment: The demon with the vagina chest (You just can’t unsee that).