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Satan's School for Girls


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  • Actors: Lloyd Bochner, Jo Van Fleet, Pamela Franklin, Gwynne Gilford, Jamie Smith Jackson
  • Directors: David Lowell Rich
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Cheezy Flicks Ent
  • DVD Release Date: October 20, 2009
  • Run Time: 78 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (32 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002I41KSM
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #73,357 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Kate Jackson, Cheryl Ladd, Roy Thinnes. A young woman poses as a student at the private girls' school where her sister allegedly committed suicide, and finds a haven for nasty necromancers and pernicious pupils. 1973/color/78 min/NR/fullscreen.

Customer Reviews

This is a horrible transfer to dvd.
Adam Troy Teufel
Unless you REALLY want this movie (since this is the only way you can get it), don't buy it unless you can prepare yourself to expect the worst.
Brett Heitkam
If you like those classic tv shows and movies you'll like this.
Bela

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

Format: DVD
Satan's School For Girls. The title alone conjures up all types of lurid, imaginative ideas, doesn't it? Personally, I had images of leather and whips running amuck in my brain. Okay, so it has Kate Jackson (Charlie's "intelligent" Angel) in it, but that doesn't necessarily mean that some young lady won't at least sport a tight leather outfit. Of course, all of my hopes were quickly dashed when I saw the distinctly 70's television-ish credits appear; then the name of Aaron Spelling came up, and I knew my fantasies would not be realized. As it turns out, though, this is not a problem. The movie begins with an obviously terrified young lady driving erratically and very quickly down a deserted road, seemingly trying to escape from someone or something behind her. She manages to make it to the home of her sister, but just when she thinks she is finally safe something scares her so badly her screaming mechanism overheats. When sis gets home, she finds cops outside and a dead, hanged sister inside. Liz (Pamela Frank) refuses to accept the obvious conclusion of suicide and decides to enroll herself at her sister's school, the Salem Academy For Women, and conduct an investigation of her own. At this point, I was a little worried because this movie was giving every indication of being pretty bad. Once we arrive at the creepy school run by a headmistress everyone calls "the dragon lady," though, the story quickly begins to build momentum. Liz buddies up with Roberta (Kate Jackson), Debbie (Jamie Jackson), and Jody (Cheryl Stoppelmoor). Who is Cheryl Stoppelmoor, you might ask? Well, you probably know her better as Cheryl Ladd. Yes, there are two of Charlie's Angels in this movie, and that can never be a bad thing.Read more ›
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Kind of a Movie Fan on January 2, 2006
Format: DVD
Look, it is low budget and kinda silly, but I would buy this DVD before I would buy Cold Creek Manor, The Missing, High Tension and The Village.

This movie is fun too watch and the Devil in those white shoes and flare (not bell bottoms) leg slacks are worth the price of this film. And Kate Jackson must be at least 6'2" which is a plus for me in itself.

A girl speeding down the road in a Duster, scared to death of something makes it to her sister's house, only to die inside. The investigation closed by the police as suicide; the dead girl's sister embarkes on a mission to find out what really happpend to her late sister. Her investigation leads her to the all girls academy her sister was attending. Lots of night scenes and a basement scene which is a plus. And a few possible candidates for the proverbial bad guy. To top it off a good solid ending. This movie comes from a time where movies were really fun to watch. This movie is right out of the late show era before the days of infomercials when you could get some snacks and cuddle up on the couch and just enjoy a silly film that turns out to be pretty darn good. I rate this just below the Initiation of Sarah and Midnight Offerings (Does anyone know where you can find Midnight offerings about 2 teenage witches one good one evil? By the way you can also purchase this movie on the 4pack from Brentwood "Evil Places," which I have but I would also buy this individual DVD just for backup and maybe some special features.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By John Lapp on February 17, 2001
Format: DVD
Okay...this is actually a difficult review to write because of the nostalgia aspect of the movie. The picture quality of the disc is not very good. There are some scratches, marauding dust bunnies, and a big squiggly, snake-like red line that slithers from the top of the screen for about thirty seconds. When the actors move into bright sunshine most of the color evaporates into a stange purple hue. The story is also a little on the skimmpy side. But...I have to say that I enjoyed it very much. Seeing Kate Jackson and Cheryl Ladd working together before Charlie's Angels is certainly amusing as is the 70's attitudes and vernacular. Roy Thinnes, best remembered for The Invaders, is good here as a sympathetic teacher. I have given the movie three stars but it probably really rates a two; it was just so darn fun to watch it again after all these years. If you're a fan of the ABC-TV movies of the week that were shown around this time like: Gargoyles starring Cornell Wilde, The Eyes of Charles Sand starring Peter Haskell, The Night Stalker starring Darrin McGavin, The Norliss Tapes starring Roy Thinnes then you will like this in spite of its technical flaws. And hey, it's under ten bucks.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Joker on September 15, 2010
Format: DVD
WARNING: Some spoilers ahead

Satan's School For Girls (1973) was a made-for-TV horror movie. This movie stars Pamela Franklin (The Innocents, The Witching, The Legend Of Hell House), Kate Jackson (Dark Shadows, Charlie's Angels), Cheryl Stoppelmoor (known more famously as Cheryl Ladd from Charlie's Angels, CSI: Miami, Las Vegas), Lloyd Bochner (Bewitched, Dynasty), Jamie Smith Jackson, Roy Thinnes (Falcon Crest, Dark Shadows, General Hospital, One Life To Live, The X-Files), and Jo Van Fleet (East Of Eden).

The movie is pretty twisted, dark, spooky, and downright scary at times. It's also somewhat cheesy at times. It has that early '70s low budget "LSD trip" feel to it, if you get what I mean. What the plot boils down to is there is a girl who is being chased by a crazy man. This girl later is found hanged in her room from an apparent suicide. Her sister refuses to believe it's a suicide and decides to investigate by visiting the school where her sister attended, called the Salem Academy for women. She enrolls in the college. Weird and bizarre things start happening with some of the students, including murders. Eventually it's revealed that one of the instructors is responsible for all the evil deeds that are occurring. He heads a satanic cult in which some of his students are followers who believe he is Satan. I'll leave it at that and won't reveal the ending. It's for you to discover.

I like this movie. The picture quality is somewhat low and grainy, but I don't mind because this is an old early '70s movie that hasn't been given the cleanup treatment. If you like twisted horror, then I recommend this flick.
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