Karate-Robo Zaborgar (Denjin Zabôgâ: Gekijô-ban )

de Noboru Iguchi



Following his father’s death, a scientist, Daimon inherits a robot named Zaborgar. Equipped with all sorts of weapons, it helps him fight crime. What Daimon could never imagine is that he’d fall in love with Borg, a beautiful girl robot under the orders of the evil doctor Akunomiya. Their romance means the end of his friendship with Zaborgar. Twenty-five years later, once and for all, he finally meets Akunomiya, who has created a deadly giant robot, face to face. Sushi Typhoon and Noburo Iguchi –whose Tomie: Anrimiteddo we will also see– momentarily puts gore on ice –but not delirium– to adapt a seventies children’s show. Camp lovers: this is your movie.


Noboru Iguchi

 Following a prolific career in adult movies, Iguchi became a cult director thanks to A Larva to Love (03) and Dead Sushi (12). In 2010 he won over Midnight X-Treme with Mutant Girls Squad.

Technical information

Edition: 2011
Section: Midnight X-Treme
Original language: Japanese