One of cult filmmaker Hisayasu Sato’s most disturbing and powerful pinku-eiga films, taking the soft-core sex genre into the perverse psycho-Sadean world of the Anglo-American literary trend often referred to as “splatterpunk.” Following cosmetic surgery to enhance her breasts, an office worker is raped. The rapist’s son, after setting his distinctly Oedipal gaze on his father’s busty victim, locates her and they begin an ill-fated sadomasochistic affair that leads to a bloody killing spree. Needless to say, this is definitely not entertainment for the squeamish. Shiina Ito stars with Masahiro Yoshida, Shoichiro Sakata and Mami Ichinose.
The number-three-ranked hit-man, with a fetish for sniffing boiling rice, fumbles his latest job, which puts him into conflict with a mysterious woman whose death wish inspires her to surround herself with dead butterflies and dead birds. Worse danger comes from his own treacherous wife and finally with the number-one-ranked hit-man, known only as a phantom to those who fear his unseen presence.
A sake factory worker on holiday returns to his home town, where he rapes the wife of one of his co-workers in the forest. The other man returns home to find his wife changed and suspects that she has been unfaithful.
Hong, as a tutor, always has unbalanced of sexual fantasy. One day, he couldn’t control himself and raped his student during the session. He kept going. However, the student’s sister, Madam Wong, was a cop, and the rapist was brought to justice. But when he is certified as a mental patient, he is released from custody and the women are once again in danger.