Pinky Violence is a film genre that developed out of the Japanese New Wave in the late sixties and blossomed into it’s own during the early seventies. The term came from the way the films mixed the erotic elements found in Pink Films (a.k.a. Roman Porno) with the action and violence found in Yakuza crime films. They are often grouped in with sexploitation films because of their excessive nudity, over the top gore and low budget production.

These films have influenced many Western directors such as Russ Meyer, Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez.

Modern films commonly categorized as "Pinky Violence" are "The Machine Girl" and "Tokyo Gore Police".
Did you see that asian film full of full-frontal nudity and gore? It must have been Pinky Violence.
by Brick Bardo January 11, 2009
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