Directed by: Tim Kincaid
Actors: Carey Zuris, Teresa Farley, Jennifer Delora, Natalie O’Donnell, Rick Gianasi, Marita, Jennifer Delora
Also known as: Bad Girls, Dormitory Girls, Bunt wiezniarek, Escape from Bad Girls Dormitory, Kova kakku
Description: Tired of permanent abuses from prison guards and their boss concluded girls of the New York women’s dormitory decided to arm and revolt. I’ll spare a more comprehensive review and let the screenshots do the talking. You already know if you’re going to download this or not …
The much mistreated inmates at a seedy correctional facility plot to break out after suffering considerable abuse from the earnest, yet ineffectual warden Miss Madison (a gloriously godawful portrayal by Marita, who sports a thick foreign accent) and the sadistic staff members that include junkie stud Dr. DeMarco (handsome Dan Barclay), snippy bitch Nurse Stevens (a supremely wicked turn by Rebecca Rothbaum), and the token vicious rapist guard. Writer/director Tim Kincaid scrupulously covers all the essential sleazy trash cinema bases: sex-starved felons who regularly seduce the hunky guards, drug dealing, priceless poor dialogue (“One more word out of you, I’m gonna break your eyeballs”), cheesy gore, fierce catfights, grim flashbacks explaining how certain characters wound up incarcerated, tacky 80’s clothes and hairstyles, mostly crummy acting from a lame no-name cast, a thrashy rock soundtrack, a violent climactic riot, and, of course, a copious amount of yummy gratuitous female nudity (yep, we get the obligatory leering group shower sequence). The cast are decidedly hit or miss: the pretty Carey Curtis does passable work as framed innocent new fish Lori, Jennifer Delora has a lip-smacking hammy ball as nasty top con Lisa, Donna Eskra likewise overacts gleefully as sassy’n’horny slut Rebel, and Rick Gianasi is hopelessly wooden as nice guy guard Don Beach. Crudely shot on grainy film stock by Arthur D. Marks and boasting some truly scuzzy New York City locations, this movie has an authentically grubby look. The neatly bumpin’ synthesizer score by Man Parrish hits the get-down funky spot. Enjoyable low-rent schlock.