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Kyoko Vs. Yuki Print E-mail
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Written by Chris Mayo   
Saturday, 12 January 2008


AKA: Saikyō joshi Kose densetsu: Kyōko vs. Yuki
Directed by: Daisuke Yamanouchi
Written by: Daisuke Yamanouchi
Produced by: Tadanobu Hirao
Cinematography by: Masayoshi Nakai
Music by: Fumio Kaneko
Cast: Kyōko Fujikawa, Yōko Satomi, Natsumi Harada, Hiroshi Kitasenju, Kajitsu Miura, Salmon Sakeyama, Miki Satō
Year: 2000
Country: Japan
Language: Japanese
Color: Color
Runtime: 53 Minutes

The film opens with the character Kyōko's workout regime.  Kyōko is a trained killer and is getting ready for an upcoming fight.  Two girls in white masks bring a chained man into the room with Kyōko.  An announcer speaks over a sound system, giving the fight instructions.  The man is unchained, and the two masked women leave the room.  The fight begins and Kyōko promptly makes the first blow giving her opponent a bloody nose.  An incredibly lame fight sequence follows, with cheesy punch sound FX.  She concludes the battle with a machete through his head.  After she proves herself, Kyōko is sent on a mission to find a man and take his briefcase. 

Yuki and her lesbian girlfriend enter the picture.  The man Kyōko is assigned to find has been taken captive in Yuki's apartment.  The poor guy is forced to witness their lesbian escapades complete with a white studded dildo while overblown slobber sound effects are heard, erasing any attempt at eroticism. This guy thinks he has it bad now in the hands of Yuki, but little does he know that Kyōko is on his trail.

When Kyōko tracks him down, she tortures him and quickly learns the lesbian lovers have the briefcase and its contents.  After slitting his throat she notifies her boss, and is sent hot on the trail of Yuki and her bitch, hence the title of the film Saikyō joshi Kose densetsu: Kyōko vs. Yuki.

On her voyage to finding Yuki, Kyōko comes across Yuki's girlfriend getting fucked by a rather large Colonel lovin' woman with a strap-on rubber dick.  She ends their relationship by murdering them both.  When we finally see Kyoko Vs. Yuki for the first time, Yuki is more than she bargained for.  Yuki slices off the hand of Kyōko, sending her fleeing for a back-up plan.

Back at the KFC love shack, Yuki finds her woman dead, and defiled by our KFC-hoe.  When all else fails, she does what any normal person that has faced the loss of a loved one would do; she breaks out the double dildo for some necrophilia filled double penetration, for old times sake.

Meanwhile, not only is Kyōko a trained killer, but apparently she also specializes in cybernetics.  Not letting her severed hand get her down, she follows Ashes lead from Army of Darkness, by preparing her a new cybernetic hand -- complete with razor sharp finger blades -- and gets ready for battle number two!

Daisuke Yamanouchi ventures into slightly different territory with Kyoko Vs. Yuki.  He doesn’t stick strictly to a rape prominent storyline, this time, but don’t get me wrong, it still contains plenty of rape, sleaze and even the above noted necrophilia.  The movie does have a fair amount of violence, but other than a couple effects, the gore is pretty lousy, constructed at an amateur’s level.  The lame props and gore include blatantly fake knives, and a severed hand one could acquire from a novelty shop.  It does have a cool scene with strangulation by bra, which may be a first.  Overall Kyoko Vs. Yuki is a decent hour long time waster, with an adequate story.  Kyōko's cuteness doesn’t detract from the watch-ability of the film either, and if you’re up for some slow paced sleaze and nudity, than it could be worth a look.











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