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Time Out saysA delightfully over-the-top campus drama, which Corman has said he originally intended as a microcosmic portrait of the ills of modern society, but which actually works best as a gleeful comic celebration of emotional sadism. Cabot is utterly entrancing as the twisted bad girl who has no truck with notions of sisterhood, preferring to get her kicks from blackmailing fellow students into abject submission and exposing unwanted pregnancies. She gets her comeuppance, naturally, but it's clear where Corman's sympathies lie. Deliriously cheap and nasty.