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La Blue Girl Live 2: Birth of the Demon Child (1996)

Injû gakuen 2: Mashô no hime tanjô jissha hen (original title)
The second part in the La Blue Girl live action trilogy.

Director:

Kaoru Kuramoto

Writer:

Toshio Maeda (manga)
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Cast

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Saya Hidaka Saya Hidaka ... Miko Bido
Asami Jô Asami Jô ... Miyabi
Junko Asamiya Junko Asamiya ... Misaki Yoshida
Momoko Nishida Momoko Nishida ... Shizuka Mizusawa
Kimi Tachihara Kimi Tachihara ... Hiro
Saori Mizuki Saori Mizuki ... Yaku
Miyu Nakahara Miyu Nakahara ... Miyu Bido
Kyosei Iwamoto Kyosei Iwamoto ... Shikima
Hiroshi Taguchi Hiroshi Taguchi ... Nagase
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The second part in the La Blue Girl live action trilogy.

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More of the same.
18 December 2014 | by BA_HarrisonSee all my reviews

Part two of a three-part live adaptation of hentai manga La Blue Girl, Live Birth of the Demon Child follows on immediately from part one with Bidu ninja Miyu, pregnant with the child of a sex fiend, dying as she gives birth to a daughter, Miyabi.

With the help of Yaku and Hiro, two hot, young members of the Miroku clan, Miyu's sexy sister Miko attempts to track down Miyabi before the sex fiends find her and use her to open the doorway between their world and ours.

Don't worry if that summary makes absolutely no sense to you whatsoever, for the plot is of little importance; all that really matters in this kind of film is that there are plenty of nekkid female Japanese hotties being ravished by thrashing, phallic demon tentacles oozing gelatinous goop.

And there are.

There's also some rather weak martial arts as the girls engage in combat with the sex demons, a rather amusing scene in which a delirious delivery guy gets to slobber all over Miyabi before something nasty happens to him, and some particularly creative shots of a demon schlong in action. Whilst all of this sounds like unbeatable Asian exploitation gold, it actually becomes tiresome very quickly, and isn't worth rating much higher than a 5.


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Japanese

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24 February 1996 (Japan) See more »

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