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Chained Heat

Chained Heat ★★ 1983 (R)

Seamy tale of the vicious reality of life for women behind bars. Naive Blair is imprisoned again (after another bad jailhouse gig in “Born Innocent”) and has usual assortment of negative experiences with domineering prisoners, degenerative guards, and the creepy warden who maintains a prison bachelor pad equipped with hot tub. Needless to say, she grows up in a hurry. Trashifying, archetypal women-in-prison effort that aims to satisfy full range of low-quality audience demands. Sequel to 1982 “Concrete Jungle.” 97m/C VHS, DVD . GE Linda Blair, Stella Stevens, Sybil Danning, Tamara Dobson, Henry Silva, John Vernon, Nita Talbot, Louisa Moritz, Sharon Hughes, Robert Miano, Kendal Kaldwell; D: Paul Nicholas; W: Paul Nicholas, Vincent Mongol; C: Mac Ahlberg; M: Joseph Conlan. Golden Raspberries ’83: Worst Support. Actress (Danning).

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