My Introduction To Japanese Horror Porn

Many moons ago, a letter for me arrived at our house. I still do not know how they got my address or if they are still watching, but what I do know is that letter changed my imagination forever.

Urotsukidoji

Inside the envelope was a booklet advertising the newly created ‘Manga Video’, a company specialising in importing translated versions of Japanese cartoons. I saved my pocket money and bought ‘Akira’ and ‘Fist of the North Star’ (actually not a porn film, regardless of the name) and was impressed with both films. Next I had my eye on a horror style film with an unpronounceable title. Even though I was only 14, I suppose the shop assistant had never seen this 18 certificate film and sold it to me without problem, assuming it was just something like Bugs Bunny with more swearing. How wrong could they be.

An innocent teenager sat down to watch that movie. An hour and a half later, shocked and confused I emerged from that room. I had never heard of sex magic you see, but over the course of that movie I saw blood drinking ceremonies, tentacles doing things I didn’t think possible, people hooked up to machines to harness their orgasmic energy for summoning demons and of course demons doing things that usually do not happen in ‘Bugs Bunny’ cartoons.

I was already confused about the girls in my school but the prospect that they were summoning demons at their sleep over parties only confused me further. The first time I tried to conjure up a sex spell at a school disco simply ended up with people thinking it was a new dance move. There are surely many movies to watch around Halloween but as far as dark and sexual classics go, you could do worse than Urotsukidoji. Just don’t show it to people under 18 or they will probably end up writing for Red Roxy.