Filmed back-to-back with "Devil's Experiment", "Flowers of Flesh and Blood" takes the pseudo 'snuff film' approach to a whole new level. Using the basic plotline of its predecessor, the torture of a kidnapped girl, but substantially upping the levels of gore.
Shot again on a home video camera for that 'snuff film' feel, we see a young girl being followed, abducted, then taken back to some room in an abandoned building. She's then tied to a bed, drugged, and subsequently dismembered in graphic close up by a man (with exceptionally bad teeth) wearing a samurai warrior costume.
Despite the films apparent low budget, the special effects, showing the girl being slowly carved up limb by limb, before finally being disembowelled, are actually quite effective. The part where he takes a hammer and chisel to her arm socket are certainly enough to make most people cringe in disgust.
As with the previous film, the plot is rather basic. However, gore fans will undoubtedly be intrigued. Incidentally, this was the film that made the series infamous after a certain Hollywood actor saw a bootleg tape of this, thought it genuine, and handed it over the the FBI. They soon realised it wasn't, but the adverse publicity it generated assured the series cult status amongst cult film collectors.