Rumi Natsumi works as a call girl for Telephone Communication Madonna, but her newest client may be the strangest she's had to chat with; his name is Ryo Sugiura, and he has an unfortunate problem: when he gets turned on, he turns into a monster - literally! Rumi is determined to help Ryu get his condition under control; but when one of Rumi's classmates finds out about their situation, things turn dangerous, fast...
LMAO whoever made this must have been so high they couldn't see strait. When I read Skanfish215's review on it I thought, well.. telling us it's crap doesn't tell us much, but in this case it really, really does.No back story, no character development, no idea wtf if going on at all, except that dude goes all monster happy when he gets turned on, and slutty (slutty has two t's right? As long as their big T's) hooker gets all giddy when he does his thing. The fan service isn't even that great so you can't call it an Ecchi.To quote Skankfish215: Crap, Total Shit, Awful.And from me: Morning After pill anyone?
Call Me Tonight is a 30 minute OVA, the first of 4 from Pink Noise. This was a fanservice OVA, so expect lots of fanservice. The story is slim. A girl named Rumi who is part owner of a phone sex club comes into contact with a boy named Ryou. Ryou has a certain problem, whenever he thinks about perverted things or is aroused he turns into a monster. Rumi likes Ryou and helps him overcome his problem. Other people get involved that make things harder. The animation is really good for it's time. It's very good quality. Very nice to look at. Remember this was 1986. The sound was very typical of 80's anime. The characters have little developement because of the short length of the OVA. This is considered a rare anime. Lots of fanservice. It has horror, sci-fi, comedic, and heartwarming elements. It won't be for everyone. It's short. Check it out.
I honestly don't see why people hate this so much >_> I actually found it quite hilarious. Yeah theres not much char development or explanation, but its a 30 min OVA what do you expect? Just the very though that this exists during the 80's is hilarious in itself. It might have been something really terrible if it was done during our time, but I think the 80's atmosphere (animation and music) adds a nice touch to this kind of story. Plus I believe this is the first anime ever to feature tentacles but no sex lol. Also the female gang member(Maki) was probably the most useful character in the anime, which goes against the general streotypes that females are useless in most earlier anime. Overall I thought it was a nice little piece of animation that people seem to hate for no reason.
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