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Kekko Kamen 3
Kekko Kamen in Love

Japan 1993
produced by
Naokatsu Ito, Toji Kato, Gunya Sachimori for Japan Home Video (JHV)
directed by Yutaka Akiyama
starring Chris Aoki, Asami Katsuragi, Mayumi Yoshioka, Mayumi Takahashi, Chika Matsui, Rie Kondoh, Mayumi Ozaki, Hajime Tsukumo, Akira Oizumi, Shun Sugata, Ai Ichinoki, Takayasu Komiya
screenplay by Yutaka Akiyama, based on the manga by Go Nagai, music by Masaya Abe

Kekko Kamen, Kekko Kamen (Chris Aoki)

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Things have quieted down a little at Sparta High School since resident (naked) superheroine Kekko Kamen (Chris Aoki) has last defeated the school's principal Satan's Toe Nail (Hajime Tsukumoto), so much so actually that the school gets a few new and friendly teachers, one of whom, music teacher Wakatsuki (Chika Matsui) Kekko actually falls in love with - and he with her as well. So everything should be great, right?

Wrong, because while Satan's Toe Nail claims to have pretty much given up on being cruel to students, he has only gathered his family to help him get rid of Kekko, and the family has brought all sorts of useless supervillains, all of whom Kekko defeats easily. But a student almost proves to be her downfall, masochist Megumi, who has fallen in love with one of the torturers, and who fears that once Satan's Toe Nail has lost his grip on the school she won't get tortured any longer. Problem is, Megumi thinks she knows Kekko is actually school nurse Natsuwata (also Chris Aoki), and sees to it she is put out of action. However, with the nurse out of the picture, many schoolgirls assume Kekko's identity and defeat Satan's Toe Nail.

Then Kekko (who still isn't clearly identified as the school nurse) goes on a date with Wakatsuki - who turns out to not be the real thing but one of Satan's Toe Nail's nieces in disguise who chains up Kekko before she can do anything about it. Again, a bunch of schoolgirls show up in Kekko Kamen costumes (a mask, a cape, boots and much naked skin) to help out.

Everything ends happily, even if Kekko sees herself forced to break up with the man she loves ...


Probably the best of the Kekko Kamen films starring Chris Aoki, as with its intentionally campy lovestory it adds a new dimension to the (admittedly hilarious) formula and features quite a few intentionally ridiculous supporting characters. And in general, a film with a naked superheroine blinding her enemies with her beautiful pussy can't be all bad, now can it?


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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