Sean Baker’s review published on Letterboxd:
Appeared briefly on the UK list of video nasties in 1984 although it isn't very nasty if you ask me. Favorite scene is actually a small dialogue scene between Linda Haynes's character and Granny, played by Lurene Tuttle (sheriff's wife Psycho). It's a small human moment that feels quite real. My big question is... why is a glam/prog rock band playing a minimum security prison?
Scorpion Releasing Blu-ray:
Special Features: New HD master from the original camera negative, Audio Commentary with director Greg Goodell, Watch in Katarina’s Nightmare Theatre Mode, Original trailer, Reversible Cover
(Btw, when were these Katarina Leigh Waters videos shot? She sometimes mentions extras that don't appear on the disc. Like an interview with Linda Haynes. Were they recorded for an early release?)