Reiko Ike is one of the reasons that not only the sun is rising in Japan. This Asian arouser has been the reigning queen of that region's exploitation mind blowers since her beginnings in a little feature called Girl Boss Guerilla (1972). In it she fights for control of a girl biker gang that enjoys stabbing and beating and exposing their tattooed bosoms while doing so. She followed up that seemingly impossible-to-follow feat with Sex and Fury (1973), which, among those connoisseurs of the intersection of nude Japanese women and bloody violence, is considered to be the absolute best Japanese exploitation film ever made. The period piece gets an exclamation point in your pants thanks to Reiko's nude sword fights, which may induce a sword fight of your own. The big-boobed B-girl went on to star in Female Yakuza Tale: Inquisition and Torture (1973), of which no less an authority on trash culture than Quentin Tarantino said about its director, "Teruo Ishii is a fantastic director, a great director! I love Teruo Ishii." Reiko is back to her naked swordsmanship, which leaves crotches in ribbons. Finally, she starred in Criminal Woman: Killing Melody (1973), the ultimate girls-behind-bars flick thanks to Reiko's bound and cigarette-burnt jugs. It's just that smoking. Reiko went on making films until The Golden Dog (1979) but hasn't been heard from or (more importantly) seen since. Come on, Tarantino: Bring her out from obscurity!