Young Masao (Masaki Kudou) is busy enjoying the school holidays with his friends, when his father goes missing during an archaeological dig at a site near the school. Shortly afterwards, his father’s former assistant Hieda Reijirou (Kenji Sawada) turns up claiming that the site his father was excavating was in fact a gateway to hell, the other side of which being populated with evil goblins who want to take over the world.
Of course, Masao doesn’t believe him and thinks he’s a crackpot. That is until they come face to face with “Hiruko”, a spider-like creature who turns out to be one of the evil Goblins who's escaped from the other side and is busy trying to re-open the hell gates so that his kind can roam the earth.
Loading up with an arsenal of home made weapons, including a “goblin detector", special bug spray and cattle prod, Masao and Hieda hook up with the gun-toting school caretaker as they attempt to hunt down the evil goblin, who’s busy decapitating people, before it can re-open the hell gates.
Packed with numerous slapstick running battles and decapitations, this is a great, gory, tongue-in-cheek action pic which is very much akin to those “Evil Dead” movies. This was directed by the same guy who did “Tetsuo : The Iron Man”, which is a bit of a shock considering how different in style this is. But anyway, if you love Eastern films, you should seriously check this out