Streetwalkin' Reviews

  • May 20, 2017

    Cookie (Melissa Leo) spends the movie trying to get away from her pimp.

    Cookie (Melissa Leo) spends the movie trying to get away from her pimp.

  • Jun 25, 2016

    Seedy and gritty fare from Producer Roger Corman featuring a runaway teen forced to the street and her abusive, hot-headed pimp who exploits her. Variety magazine hailed the film as delivering 'more than its share of sex and violence' and does have, for the most part, credible characters.

    Seedy and gritty fare from Producer Roger Corman featuring a runaway teen forced to the street and her abusive, hot-headed pimp who exploits her. Variety magazine hailed the film as delivering 'more than its share of sex and violence' and does have, for the most part, credible characters.

  • Nov 03, 2014

    Okay, if I'm being completely honest here this all screams of Reagan-era hysteria over what would happen to the children if you let them out of your sight for a second, but it has some amusingly sleazy moments and builds to a decent enough stand-off between the newly minted teen whore and her 'vicious' pimp, though I never fully bought someone as milquetoast as Dale Midkiff as a streetwise thug. Rent that mother.

    Okay, if I'm being completely honest here this all screams of Reagan-era hysteria over what would happen to the children if you let them out of your sight for a second, but it has some amusingly sleazy moments and builds to a decent enough stand-off between the newly minted teen whore and her 'vicious' pimp, though I never fully bought someone as milquetoast as Dale Midkiff as a streetwise thug. Rent that mother.

  • Jul 29, 2014

    Recommended for fans of violence against prostitutes and fans of catchy theme songs about prostitutes.

    Recommended for fans of violence against prostitutes and fans of catchy theme songs about prostitutes.

  • May 10, 2013

    This actually manages some substance despite its B-movie feel. Pretty much all the main actors have gone on to have successful careers.

    This actually manages some substance despite its B-movie feel. Pretty much all the main actors have gone on to have successful careers.