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  • Actors: Not Available
  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: Japanese
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: WellGo USA
  • Release Date: Sept. 13 2011
  • ASIN: B005GVG65G
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #78,271 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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From the creators of Machine Girl , and Tokyo Gore Police, An alien-spawned, mysterious mist blankets the northern half of Japan, transforming those who inhale it into ravenous, flesh-eating zombies hellbent on devouring the surviving human populatin. Plunged into chaos, Japan is torn into 2 areas. The southern half of the country, where the population remains untouched by the deadly gas, lives behind a heavily-fortified wall, while the northern half is a lawless, zombie-infected wasteland.

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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
If you enjoy the occasional vehicle constructed from body parts or 8-limbed zombie sword fight, then this is for you! March 22 2012
By John's Horror Corner - Published on
Format: Blu-ray
If you enjoy the occasional film featuring vehicles constructed from body parts and 8-limbed zombie sword fights, then this is probably right up your alley. For a Tokyo Gore Shock subgenre I give this an "A."

This typical/low-budget Tokyo Shocker begins with an odd man chumming a pack of some manner of zombie-demons with severed human body parts. As they feed on the anthro-carrion our chummer "fishes" for deadite heads using a sharp hook at the end of a rope. Then he removes something that could only be described as an evil wishbone growing out of their foreheads. We later learn that these "horns" are sued as street drugs, unstable explosives and are the source of undeadity in these zombies. When things get out of hand a random chick (our hero, Kika) with chainsaw-swords and some mean stripper pole skills comes to the rescue...what ensues is just plain silly...a truck flies through the air and Jenga's a 50' tower of zombie-demons, one of which a spine with a head at the end of it growing out of his head.

This entrail-rich gem is typical of the genre. There are lots of arterial sprays unleashing floods of blood beyond reasonable human body's capacity, detonating body parts, dismemberment galore and, of course, Kika's backstory. As a young girl Kika came home to find her crazy evil mother (Eihi Shiina) and her Japanese punk-redneck uncle in the middle of making sushi out of her father's legs--in front of him with his legs flesh-picked knee down. Out of nowhere a meteor strikes her bloodlusted mother "through" her chest. So naturally, she rips out Kika's heart and uses it as her own. Then she turns into some space-zombiism typhoid Mary and plagues Japan faster than in 28 Days Later. She is then entombed in some hardened mucus cocoon, from which she emerges as the hive-mother space zombie queen. Meanwhile, a public figure from a secret government agency stitched up Kika and outfitted her like a samurai-ninjette with a lawnmower engine in her chest so that she could control infected populations.

Unlike the devastatingly slow back-story-telling in Machine Girl (2008), Helldriver (2010) is much more effective and stylistic in explaining the origin of this space-zombie outbreak complete with news updates and slapstick government public health infomercials warning about the effects of using ground-up zombie wishbones like it was cocaine. There are even farcical advocates in support of the not-so-deceaseds' civil rights.

Director Yoshihiro Nishimua (Vampire Girl vs Frankenstien Girl (2009); Mutant Girl Squad (2010)) learned a lot from writing/directing Tokyo Gore Police (2008). For example, everyone loves Eihi Shiina (Vampire Girl vs Frankenstien Girl (2009); Tokyo Gore Police (2008); Audition (1999)) and chainsaw fights are cool! Other nifty additions to this gore flick include an assaulting hail of zombie heads, a zombie miscarriage, a zombie dance party, a zombie head crotch bite, a chainsaw-sword up the tush, a car made out of body parts, and a 50' tall zombie made out of other zombies that then turns into a giant zombie 747. The fights are most interesting mid-movie. The zombie baby, attached by the umbilical cord to zomb-mom, is used as a whip-dagger-harpoon. There's a zombie with katanas "growing" out of it that has a sword fight with a bladed car. And there's an eight-limbed, sword-spider-zombie nude acrobat chick with baby arm-tusks and a crotch hand. Say what? She's probably my favorite.

For fans of the subgenre this is just plain, exploitative, super-gory fun. By the way, watch to the end of the credits. There's a cute ending.
26 of 34 people found the following review helpful
I want to meet the people who thought this movie up!!!! Nov. 28 2011
By David F. Sutton - Published on
Format: Blu-ray
This is easily the most whacked out movie or thing I have ever seen ! It would be best watched after enjoying a fattie. The director at the beginning of the film suggests this,but recommends alcohol. But I recommend natures finest.There is alot of stuff in this movie and most of it never before on the big screen. First the main character is a smoking hot zombie killer who has been sexually abused by her uncle who is also her mothers lover.The zombies grow horns that are like explosive crack and are hunted by a drug syndacate. The zombies are able to meld together after being hacked apart.This is a run down of some of the stuff in this flick, baby zombie nunchaks, spider zombie with M-16 legs,japanese hitler,baby arms growing out of a zombies face that hold knife and fork to cut up flesh to eat, zombie head hail storm,lesbian zombies with action, I could go on and on.There is so much I am going to have to watch it again.The Japanese are the most bizarre in their fetishes and it is all in this movie.Oh yeah one more thing BLOOD,BLOOD,BLOOD !!!
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Helldriver is a helluva film! Dec 25 2011
By James G. Carlson - Published on
Format: DVD
As a fan of Yoshihiro Nishimura films in specific and weird Japanese films in general, I have taken to collecting such gems as Machine Girl, Tokoyo Gore Police, Alien vs. Ninja, Meatball Machine, Samurai Princess, Versus, Tokoyo Zombie, Hard Revenge Milly, and Oldboy and a bunch of other Takashi Miiki works. When I found out about the release of Helldriver, purchasing it was an easy decision to make. Truthfully, I am more than a little surprised that it didn't get more positive reviews by those who have watched it and posted here on Amazon. I mean, it's totall original, with plenty of weirdness, comedy, splatter, horror, and an absolutely absorbing rollercoaster storyline.

Kika (Yumiko Hara) is the heroine of the story - a young woman tormented by an awful sociopath of a mother (Eihi Shiina of Audition and Tokoyo Gore Police) and an equally deranged uncle - who wakes from a coma a year after an alien dust storm blankets Japan, turning its inhabitants into flesh-craving zombies. When she wakes, however, she is different. Someone has surgically fit her with a chainsaw samurai sword rig, the motor of which is attached to her chest. One finds out later that a secret branch of the government, unbeknownst to the Prime Minister, has altered Kika this way in an underground medical compound, all for the purpose of decreasing the number of infected citizens. And the proceeds to kick a lot of zombie ass, from enormous monster abominations to chainsaw-wielding undead to horrible patchworks of limbs and heads!

These aren't your average zombies, though. They have blood-red eyes, skin liked cracked plaster, a T-shaped (almost Y-shaped, actually) protrusion coming out of their foreheads, and sometimes some pretty disturbing body alterations. Now, the T-shaped protrusion, referred to in the film as the undeads' "horns," are the source of their continued living dead state, and removing them kills the zombies permanently. The T-shaped protrusion, tumor, or "horns" are also harvested by criminals to sell on the black market as a street drug, somewhat akin to cocaine it seems. What's more, the protrusion is also volatile and can explode if not handled properly by the smugglers.

Because of the zombie menace, Japan's government has a huge wall built to split the island nation in half, separating the uninfected citizens from the zombie-infested wasteland. Both the public and the government are torn between considering the zombies "deceased" and having them exterminated and declaring them "human" and preserving their human rights. Apparently it's a big issue.

Without spoiling the film's conclusion, the government eventually sends Kika and a small group of misfits into the zombie wasteland to eliminate the "zombie queen," who just so happens to be Kika's terrible mother turned even more evil and strange. The battles that ensue are visually stunning, creative as it gets, and more bizarre than one could possibly imagine without having seen the film. Believe me, you haven't ever had a film experience quite like this one!

From what I've learned recently, Sushi Typhoon/Nikkatsu and Well Go USA will be releasing some more films in the very near future - "Yakuza Weapon" and "Dead Ball." Personally, I can't wait to check 'em out!

So...there's my review for a movie that, in my opinion, hasn't received far enough praise.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Nishimura 's greatest movie ! Feb. 21 2015
By Alexis - Published on
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
If you're like me the kind of person to like to watch movies with mountains of blood and lots of sexy women, as Sushi Typhoon like to produce, you just can't miss that one. If you need just one reason, it is the great return of the king of the gore, Yoshihiro Nishimura himself. I'm really a fan of Tokyo Gore Police (well, who isn't ?) and I didn't think he would ever direct a similar movie. Well, that one is so much better.

To start, he clearly has more budget than on TGP. Well, it's (very) far from a blockbuster budget and the special effects are really.........Sushi Typhoon-type ^^. But it's still better. Eihi Shiina comes back (she was the main character in TGP, for those who don't know) and, that time, she plays the villainess. She's really badass, a really crazy sadistic psychopath (her role was more... subtile^^ in Audition but here, she's clearly more than out of her mind !). The heroine is played bu Yumiko Hara, she has a very strange face but is also awesome. According to the making-of, that's her debut, she's promessing.

As usual with Nishimura, the movie is a great critic of the japanese consommation society (I think he's a fan of Paul Verhoeven because references are quite obvious), he also attacks politicians (coward and compleasant government, fascists which exhort to hate, religious sects who use the crisi to manipulate families...)Well he makes it in a funny way, it's very satirical, but the message is there. Besides, when you discover the world dominated by the zombies who created their own decadent little community, you happen to think they're not that different of the humans. A bit disturbing when you see the collective rape on a young girl just after (but after all rape is a part important in sociological story of Japan...).

So Nishimura's movie is not as stupid as intellectuals would like to make you believe. Of course, it's very funny, crazy and entertaining (to me, that's also a bit the purpose of cinema, don't you think?). So if you like Sushi Typhoon productions in general, and Nishimura's work in particular, don't even hesitate . Just watch it.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Bad Film -- Great Laughs Nov. 29 2014
By Curtis Vanwinkle - Published on
Format: Blu-ray
Helldriver is one of the most ridiculously over-the-top films, ever. This Japanese zombie movie is huge dollops of gratuitous, graphic violence stacked on top of outrageous, super-cheesy gore effects slathered over a large heaping pile of plain insanity. It's like a Saturday morning live-action cartoon where the characters are hyper-violent bags of highly-pressurized blood and the story was written by a drunk, sleep-deprived lunatic.
In other words: The movie is bad -- no, I take that back, it's seriously, outrageously bad -- but you just can't stop watching just to see what the heck they might show next on screen.
Between the nonsense storyline, massive plot and logic holes, and the tanker truckloads of fake blood being sprayed all over the place, I found myself laughing more than I have in a good long while.
Helldriver is not for the squeamish, despite how ludicrously unrealistic the violence is; but for those open-minded individuals brave enough to give this movie a shot -- it's a real laugh riot.