Big Tits Zombie 

But I'll give you several dozen more. Aoi plays Lena Jodo, the illiterate, chain-saw-wielding stripper heroine at the center of this unapologetic celebration of arterial spray and areola. As her club is being shut down, she and her fellow entertainers ... wait, what's that? I'm boring you? Apologies.

How’s this instead: an old Asian midget, ping-pong, female wrasslin', killer sushi, throbbing wounds, a one-eyed zombie, an eyeball lollipop, spaghetti and entrails, Little Dead Riding Hood and other slutty Halloween costumes, tentacles aplenty, wasabi paste as a weapon, Big Schlong Ogres, ripped-off brassiers, and a vagina that shoots fire. That better?

Thought so. Gleefully stupid in that unmistakable far-out way of the Far East, Big Tits Zombie adheres to no rules, least of all logic. It delights in breaking taboos as it does the fourth wall; an obnoxious narrator periodically breaks in to point out an errant light or cheap-looking effect.

How much of that is intended by director Takao Nakano, however, is not known, as the English dub differs greatly from the optional English subtitles, under which "How come?" translates to "Ya gotta be yankin' my chain!" Since what we hear is even skeevier and juvenile than we read — "My twat is burning. It's worse that the first time I got the herp" — this North American DVD release may be a shade away from being a What's Up, Tiger Lily? reworking.

Or not. But I do know this: The DVD contains the manga-based Big Tits Zombie in both 2-D and 3-D versions, with two pairs of old-school 3-D glasses included, apparently all for naught, because I could detect no difference between the prints. Both presentations seemed flat; the women are not. A happy fun-time flick like this needs no gimmicks beyond the God-given. —Rod Lott

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