|Vintage Pulp||Apr 20 2016|
Back in 2009 we shared two posters for Meiko Kaji's action-packed pinku Nora-nekko rokku: Sekkusu hanta, aka Stray Cat Rock: Sex Hunter. The above tatekan sized poster is an alternate promo for that film, which premiered today in 1971. It's similar to the version we showed you before but not identical—stripes go the other direction, woman pulling her undies down is missing, inset image of girls torturing a bad boy has been removed. Both posters are tops. Take a close look at the other one here (scroll down a bit).
|Vintage Pulp||Apr 20 2009|
Nora-nekko rokku: Sekkusu hanta, aka, Stray Cat Rock: Sex Hunter is the third installment of a Nikkatsu Studios-produced pentology of loosely connected Stray Cat Rock films. This one attempts to address two real world issues: the notorious Japanese penchant for racism, and Japanese resentment concerning the post-war occupation of their country by American troops. Meiko Kaji and her friends, who comprise a girl gang called the Alleycats, run afoul of a J-supremacist street gang called the Eagles when one of the Alleycats refuses to betray her half-Japanese/half-black boyfriend. Parallel to this, Meiko finds herself drawn to another mixed race boy who happens to be in town searching for his missing sister. The leader of the Eagles, twisted by the traumatic memory of his sister’s rape at the hands of American servicemen, goes fully bughouse insane over all this race-mixing and decides to solve it by embarking on a citywide rampage against anyone he thinks isn’t pure Japanese. As usual, we won’t spoil the film by giving a full synopsis. Find it, rent it, watch it, love it, and then go bash some racists. It's good clean fun. Nora-nekko rokku: Sekkusu hanta opened in Japan today in 1971.