Dead Sushi

de Noboru Iguchi


It had to come one day. Japanese cinema has been offering us blood and delirium for so many years now, that it was inevitable that someone would wind up making a movie where the main character is one of their most characteristic foods. We’re referring, of course, to sushi. It all begins when a madman develops a serum that turns raw fish into a tiny killing machine. A voracious monster that kills and infects. Young Keiko, daughter of a famous chef, will face this threat using her culinary skills and, also, her martial arts abilities. Needless to say, it’s not recommendable to see it on a full stomach.


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: 2012
Section: Midnight X-Treme
Original language: Japanese