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My Soul Is Slashed (1991) Ken Ogata is Dracula in Japan!
My Soul Is Slashed (1991) Ken Ogata is Dracula in Japan!

Director Kaneko offers Fresh Japanese Twists to the Dracula Legend

Original Japanese Title: KAMITSUKITAI [He Likes To Bite]

director: Shusuke Kaneko
starring: Ken Ogata Narumi Yasuda Hikari Ishida Hideyo Amamoto

Dad works at a pharmaceutical company. He becomes suspicious of certain improprieties and so his superiors arrange for him to meet the bumper of an automobile. Meanwhile, the blood of Dracula has been smuggled out of Transylvania and is being secretly stored at the Tokyo hospital. Inadvertently, when dad is rushed to the clinic... yep, he gets the vampire's blood during a transfusion. The attempt to save his life fails. A woman scientist tracks down the grieving daughter and informs her that if she is a virgin, a few drops of her blood on dad's ashes will revive him. Luckily for everyone involved, she is a virgin and she can follow directions. The father returns, totally unaware that he's been dead for an entire year. At first, red rebels against his new state of being. However, his vampire nature take hold and soon it's vengeance time in Tokyo.

Director Kaneko offers new twists on the exhausted genre. He initially started in Pink Films [Sex Movies] and - in the early '90s - made made this film and, later, Gamera, Guardian of the Universe (1995). After helming GODZILLA: GIANT MONSTERS ATTACK (2001), Mr Kaneko wrote and directed Japan's very popular cult DEATH NOTE series. An interview with Shusuke Kaneko can be found in Asian Cult Cinema magazine #60.

A Japanese Film with English subtitles; widescreen format (16:9), uncut print (96 min.), DVD encoded for ALL REGION NTSC, playable on any American machine. Extras include trailers.

Violence/Sexual Brutality
For Mature Audiences

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