Sato's 5th film as a director is a rather obvious product of a time when Nikkatsu started to feel threatened by the rise of hardcore AV pornography and its easy availability for home viewing via the spread of VHS into pretty much every home. As a result, they got a whole bunch of pinku directors to try making something as close as possible to AV porn as they could get without resorting to outright graphic hardcore pornography. Cf. Masaru Konuma's WOMAN IN A BOX or the entire output of the "Go Ijuin" collective (ZA IKENIE, ZA S&M, ZA MANIA, ZA GOUMON et cetera). UNIFORM VIRGIN is Sato's appoximation of an AV flick. It's not among my favorite films of his.
A beautiful woman brings together a group of her friends in order to search for any treasures that may be hidden throughout a mansion given to her by her deceased father, and the girls find that they are more interested in exploring one another.
Love Actually... Sucks! was inspired by real-life events, and opens with a dramatic wedding feast. It tells a variety of stories about love that has gone wrong: a brother and sister in an illicit relationship, a married painter who falls in love with his young male life model, a dance school teacher who is besotted with his senior student, and a lesbian couple, one of whom has role-play paranoia, and is caught in a complex love triangle.
A young woman named Future (Macy Wu) is sent from the year 2046 to the year 2011 in Hong Kong. Future was sent by the United Nations in order to get pregnant, where she can then extract her genes and repopulate the earth as 99% of males have become infertile in the future due to attacks from Planet Xucker.
When Yui Kusunoki, an undercover geisha secretly in the employ of the Inner Secret Guard, disappears while en route to deliver an oral message concerning rogue Koga Ninja penetrations in southern Hikone, there's just one sword-mistress who can go down after her: the notorious but very easy on the eyes Rin Saejima a.
Popular movie trailers from 1986
These some of the most viewed trailers for movies released in 1986:
In 1959, an alien experiment crashes to earth and infects a fraternity member. They freeze the body, but in the modern day, two geeks pledging a fraternity accidentally thaw the corpse, which proceeds to infect the campus with parasites that transform their hosts into killer zombies.