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Blu-ray Review - Schoolgirls in Chains


Granted, no one expects spectacular, meaningful things from a movie titled "Schoolgirls in Chains," but what's wrong with a little pace? The 1973 effort from writer/director Don Jones isn't short on salacious material, but basic screen energy is sorely lacking from this tepid sexploitation endeavor. Merging gratuitous nudity with profound mental illness, "Schoolgirls in Chains" is slow to boil, taking pleasure in exposing kinky business and violence, while its overall thrust as a chiller of sorts is underwhelming as Jones tries to make shock value meaningful with a psychological study that's poorly conceived. Read the rest at


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