Pretty Maids All in a Row Reviews

  • Oct 23, 2018

    well-made crap. here rating does not lie about it.

    well-made crap. here rating does not lie about it.

  • Feb 18, 2017

    Fascinating film... fascinating that it got made.

    Fascinating film... fascinating that it got made.

  • Oct 11, 2016

    Standard nerd fantasy low grade soft-core porno, why is this famous as being bizarre?

    Standard nerd fantasy low grade soft-core porno, why is this famous as being bizarre?

  • Aug 22, 2016

    Pretty dumb, even if it's in a row.

    Pretty dumb, even if it's in a row.

  • Aug 09, 2016

    Weird, freaky movie. Super pervy, dark humor, and extremely questionable that it should ever have been made. Gene Roddenberry, how could you?

    Weird, freaky movie. Super pervy, dark humor, and extremely questionable that it should ever have been made. Gene Roddenberry, how could you?

  • Aug 23, 2015

    For its time this was a very sexy erotic movie!

    For its time this was a very sexy erotic movie!

  • Jul 10, 2014

    After seeing Gene Roddenberry's name in the credits as writer/producer, I'm surprised I never went out of my way to watch this film. Directed by Roger Vadim, this film is a sly black comedy about a series of murders on a high school campus of pretty young school girls during the hight of the sexual revolution. Rock Hudson plays coach/guidance counselor Michael "Tiger" McDrew, who charms all the women around him and also helps out one sexually frustrated student, mostly by playing matchmaker between him and hot young (and recently broken up) teacher Angie Dickinson. It's pretty fun to see the normally straight laced Hudson playing more of a sleazy lothario. Telly Savalas plays the detective investigating the murders and the cast of suspects also includes Roddy McDowall, Keenan Wynn and "Star Trek" alumni, James Doohan. Lalo Schifrin provided the lively score. It's not a classic, but it's a smart and twisted comedy that is also something of a period timecapsule.

    After seeing Gene Roddenberry's name in the credits as writer/producer, I'm surprised I never went out of my way to watch this film. Directed by Roger Vadim, this film is a sly black comedy about a series of murders on a high school campus of pretty young school girls during the hight of the sexual revolution. Rock Hudson plays coach/guidance counselor Michael "Tiger" McDrew, who charms all the women around him and also helps out one sexually frustrated student, mostly by playing matchmaker between him and hot young (and recently broken up) teacher Angie Dickinson. It's pretty fun to see the normally straight laced Hudson playing more of a sleazy lothario. Telly Savalas plays the detective investigating the murders and the cast of suspects also includes Roddy McDowall, Keenan Wynn and "Star Trek" alumni, James Doohan. Lalo Schifrin provided the lively score. It's not a classic, but it's a smart and twisted comedy that is also something of a period timecapsule.

  • Jun 25, 2014

    remove all the sex & nudity in this and ur left with just silliness

    remove all the sex & nudity in this and ur left with just silliness

  • May 25, 2013

    Cute 70s babes aside, this film is so dull it is nearly unwatchable. Definitely something that can be sealed away in the vaults.

    Cute 70s babes aside, this film is so dull it is nearly unwatchable. Definitely something that can be sealed away in the vaults.

  • May 28, 2011

    Has a definite oddball factor, but it's not the most rewarding watch. Although given the subject matter, it's kind of a marvel that the tone is as successful as it is even if it never amounts to much. Theme song, improbably enough, by The Osmonds.

    Has a definite oddball factor, but it's not the most rewarding watch. Although given the subject matter, it's kind of a marvel that the tone is as successful as it is even if it never amounts to much. Theme song, improbably enough, by The Osmonds.