The Machine Girl

The Machine Girl is an edgy revenge drama about a high school-aged girl who loses her family, her dignity, and even her arm to vicious thugs. When she acquires a full-auto hand cannon though, it's time to pursue revenge in earnest. The series starts by introducing us to Ami. She's popular, athletic, and self-sacrificing. She's been caring for her brother for years after their father committed suicide as a result of a false murder accusation, but despite that the siblings' futures look bright. Until, that is, Ami's brother gets in debt to another boy who happens to be the up-and-coming member of a Yakuza family.

While trying to save her brother Ami is captured, tortured, abused, and even loses an arm. She manages to escape, barely alive from the blood loss, and is taken in by the owners of a machine shop. Her new guardians take it upon themselves to arm her with a bullet-spewing prosthetic limb that will allow Ami to get the revenge she needs. Armed to the teeth, she sets out on a journey to get what satisfaction she can for herself, and for her brother.

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1 Season, 1 Episode
Horror & Suspense
The Machine Girl

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  • Our heroine Ami (Minase Yashiro, in her film debut) is a tough but otherwise average high school girl, trying to lead a normal life. Her world comes crashing down when her brother and his friend are killed by ruthless bullies. As Ami tracks down the ringleader, she is surprised to discover the bullies' association with a sinister ninja yakuza family. When she seeks revenge, she soon finds herself in over her head and minus her left arm. Barely surviving, Ami escapes and seeks shelter from two kindly garage mechanics. They take pity on her, fitting her with a high-powered machine gun where her arm used to be. She then teams up with the chainsaw-wielding mother of her brother's slain friend and together they unleash an unholy, non-stop, over-the-top kill fest against the equally creative machinery (drill bra, flying guillotine) of their rel

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