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Vampire Girl vs. Frankenstein Girl
Directed by Yoshihiro Nishimura
Naoyuki Tomomatsu
Produced by Masatsugu Asahi
Written by Yoshihiro Nishimura (screenplay)
Shungiku Uchida (manga)
Starring Yukie Kawamura
Eri Otoguro
Takumi Saito
Music by Kou Nakagawa
Cinematography Shu G. Momose
Distributed by Excellent Film
Eleven Arts
Release date(s) USA:
26 June 2009
17 July 2009
15 August 2009
29 August 2009
Running time 85 min.
Country Japan
Language Japanese

Vampire Girl vs. Frankenstein Girl (吸血少女対少女フランケン, Kyūketsu Shōjo tai Shōjo Furanken) is a 2009 Japanese gore film.[1] It was directed by Yoshihiro Nishimura and Naoyuki Tomomatsu and premiered at the New York Asian Film Festival in June 2009.[2] It is based on a manga of the same name by Shungiku Uchida.[3]



The film is set in a typical Tokyo High School following the story of a perpetually teenage vampire named Monami (Yukie Kawamura) who falls for her classmate, Mizushima (Takumi Saito), who happens to already be the reluctant boyfriend to the vice-principal/science professor's daughter, Keiko (Eri Otoguro). The ensuring love triangle leads Monami to seek the assistance of her father who, unbeknown to his daughter, moonlights as a Kabuki-clad mad scientist with the school nurse as his assistant. The pair experiment on students in the school basement hoping to discover the secret of galvanising corpses (akin to the work of Victor Frankenstein). Their hopes are answered when they discover a solution of Monami's blood holds the properties to bring life to dead body parts and inanimate objects.

The story begins to unfold after Mizushima carelessly accepts a giri choco spiked with Monami's blood, causing him to become a vampire as well. When Keiko discovers their secret, she attacks Monami but accidentally throws herself off the school roof in the process. Her premature death leads to her father using the blood solution to transform her into a vicious Frankenstein's monster. From then on Monami and Keiko battle each other in the pursuit of winning Mizushima's heart, regardless of his feelings towards either of them.


  • Yukie Kawamura as Monami / Vampire Girl
  • Eri Otoguro as Keiko / Frankenstein Girl
  • Takumi Saito as Mizushima (as Takumi Saitô)
  • Eihi Shiina as Monami's Mother
  • Takashi Shimizu as Chinese Professor
  • Jiji Bû
  • Erina
  • Sayaka Kametani
  • Sayako Nakoshi
  • Aya Nishisaki
  • Sayo
  • Kanji Tsuda

Subculture References

The film parodies subcultures prevalent in Japan, including Ganguro and Lolita. Wrist cutting is a theme that returns from Nishimura's 2008 film, Tokyo Gore Police.[4]


In the USA: was released on 26 June 2009 from American Film Market.[5]

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