Primula Cooper is being sent to the Diablo School for Girls while her father works abroad. The unassuming school seems like the perfect place for a good young virginal girl, like Primula. Except for the fact that the head mistress and some of the students are in a pact with Satan, and they desperately want to corrupt and violate poor girl.
I think I'm getting soft in my old age. A couple years ago I would have been ready to throw a bitch-fit over "Satan's School for Lust" due to it being another William Hellfire venture (Yes, I am aware he wasn't the director. But he was a producer and released it under the Shock-o-Rama label. So it's guilty by association!) with Misty Mundae as the lead. However, much like "Orgasm Torture In Satan's Rape Clinic", I didn't think it was that bad.
Could it be because I'm gaining more respect for Hellfire for what he's done as a producer and distributor? Maybe. Weirder things have happened, afterall. Or maybe it's because the movie is only sixty-five minutes long -- meaning that it doesn't have a padded runtime? Possibly. Then again, might it be because it's an unapologetic excuse to show nekkid wimmin getting nasty with other nekkid wimmin? Hmmm…That's a strong possibility as well. I'd say it's a combination of both, really. "Satan's School for Lust" is nothing but another cheap-o flick from Alternative Cinema that is meant to be simple "entertainment" for those sad, lonely individuals such as myself.
The story of Primula Cooper (Misty Mundae) being sent to the Diablo School for Girls because her father is going to be out of the country for an extended period of time. Is a passible idea of being able to get Misty into a schoolgirl uniform so she can partake in a wild satanic lesbian orgy. Okay, it's not really an orgy…but you would think that it would be impossible to screw up softcore porn, but I've seen it done. Another reason I think I didn't hate "Satan's School for Lust" is because it found a middle ground -- it's not stupid-silly like "Sexy Adventures of Van Helsing" but not pretentious like "I Was A Teenage Strangler". Enough of an effort was put in that you won't hate yourself for watching it, but you will still be disappointed in yourself all the same. C'mon, you know better than that!
Granted, if I would have watched the longer version that was made for TV I might be singing a different tune but I didn't watch that. So it doesn't matter what could have been. It's nothing more than another title from one of Alternative Cinema's sub-labels that does exactly what you think it does, and isn't sorry for it. "Satan's School for Lust" wants to show you some familiar softcore faces doing their usual thing with a bit of horror humor for good measure, and does it in a bearable runtime.