Film that recaptures the glory of Japanese film subgenre known as “Pinku violence” or “Pinku eiga“, that lived its heyday in the 70´s.
“Bloodbath a Pinku High” is a story full of violence, erotism and evil Sukebans that fights against the corruption of a high school, where an evil director abuses of his authority taking advantage of the students.
The talented and beautiful AV star Rika Hoshimi leads the cast, playing Midori, a Sukeban leader who is forced to sacrifice everything to save her friends, having as antagonist to Ranko, an evil and ruthless Sukeban who will stand in her way to embitter her existence, portrayed by an excellent Asami, who steals every scene and every shot with her unique charisma and infinite talent.
With all the badassery that Pinku Violence used to offer, this small low-budget film works perfectly as a tribute to that unique and endearing cinema that gave us some truly unforgettable films and stars.
Filmed with a style that resembles to those films, the director manages to get some really great beautiful shots of beauty and a bunch of well choreographed fights that makes this sukeban bloodbath a joy from start to finish, so enjoyable that once is over makes you want more, but fortunately, there´s a direct sequel that satisfy the desire for more.