I love these types of films where it is all pretty much black and white and you know what you are going to get. This is all about Brenda played by ubiquitous horror queen Linda Blair (`The Exorcist', Exorcist II', `Hell Night' and `S -Club 7 Artistic Differences' now that was horrific!) She has a deaf mute sister Heather, played with girly bubble gum innocence by Linnea Quigley (`Night of the Living Dead 1985').
She has a posse of kick ass eighties bouffant haired and big shoulder padded friends. One night they run into some dope dealing punks and exact a petty revenge, this leads the gang to track them down to their school. These delinquent lads seem to spend all their time talking street nonsense and shadow boxing their own egos. Even the actions of tough, street talking Principal Underwood does not deter these heartless yobs from a cruel and violent sexual assault of Heather. So after the depth of their actions has been made clear to Brenda she decides to get into her black leather cat suit, undo the zip for extra action effect and go into super avenger mode.
Along the way we also have some love jealousy that causes a biatch fight in the ladies shower area with more `t and a' than this side of a girl locker room porno - never saw that coming, a marriage of convenience, some of the most outrageous hair styles and one or two plot holes.
But it lives up to all of the expectations and more. It has a run time of a mere eighty minutes, but does not suffer as it gives just the right amount of horror, pathos and pouty shouty acting that you come to love and expect from the genre. If you are fan of this type of movie then this is one that has to be seen - pure escapist fun, with blood, fights, attitude and bouncy bits.