A mysterious, powerful organization appears in the city. Anyone who dares to stand in the way of their expansion pays for it with their life - the local organized crime is no exception; suddenly yakuza heads are rolling. But then a transwoman knows how to stand up to the aggressors - and her methods are as efficient as they are uncompromising. What follows is a bloodbath of unparalleled proportions, in which not only deadly laser pointers and chainsaws are involved.
Yoshihiro Nishimura, the Japanese icon of the gore genre, is back with his new film HOLY MOTHER, which is not only in no way inferior to his earlier cult films (including TOKYO GORE POLICE , MUTANT GIRLS SQUAD ), but also adds a good deal more. And that in all aspects: There is splatter for all it's worth, the practical effects are a feast for the eyes, the abstruse designs and ideas are all prey of the madness and the desire for transgressive confrontation cinema oozes out of every frame coated in the colors of innerds.