Jun 13, 2011
Urotsukiidoji, also known as "Legend of the Overfiend", is one of the most infamous examples of tentacle hentai known to man, second perhaps only to La Blue Girl in notoriety. The movie summarizes most of the original 5 OVA series in a single feature-length form, with the bits about Munihausen and the 'Evil King' showing up in the Legend of the Demon Womb, a 'sequel' film that actually happens in the middle of the first.
The plot holds that there are three worlds, those of humans, man-beasts and demons. The human world is largely oblivious of its neighbors, the man-beasts are isolationists
waiting for a savior no one really believes in and the demons go around raping everyone and everything they can get their cocks into. Anyway, a 'God Above All Gods' called the Choujin (Overfiend) is supposed to come around to unite the three worlds, but his coming is somewhat less propitious than our hero, Amano Jyaku of the man-beasts, would have hoped. Most people who are hoping for a new world to be born conveniently forget the old one has to die first, and death by Godzilla-sized monster spewing laser beams from its cocks is rarely pleasant.
Overfiend may not be the best-written hentai in existence, but it does have an epic plot and some good fights thrown in among all the thrusting and screaming. If you get off on tentacle rape or just want to watch one of the legends of the genre doing its thing, Choujin et al is for you.
Story 7 - Pretty well-done horror film fare
Art 8 - Horrific, erotic, often both at once
Sound 6 - The dub was pretty awful, with monotone voice acting abounding ... Japanese voices much better
Character 8 - Amano Jyaku is pretty kickass, and you really feel sorry for the kid who ends up as the Choujin ... he doesn't *want* to rape the world to death, but it's his destiny n all
Enjoyment 8 - It's a classic, worth watching if only for sheer WTF value
Overall 8 - Bring a tissue
Reviewer’s Rating: 8
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