Bill Trager’s review published on Letterboxd:
There are some really uncomfortable moments in this film, when it staggers blindly into obscenity, and then veers back from the brink only to take us even closer next time. I liked this movie because it examines the world of a teens caught in not only the confides of narrowly-guided youth but the strict shackles of theology.
These girls really want to be bad, but they're not very good at it, and even upon expressing their allegiance to Satan, it is with innocent breeze. Poor Lori is assaulted and narrowly escapes rape by two middle-aged men, who seem to lose control after she cock teases them into blue ball madness.
The final scene is not just great it's perfect, and yet I sensed there was much more to say along the way, and I did want to know more...