The only thing worse than a dull exploitation movie is a pointless homage to one, like this update of AIP's 1957 juvenile-delinquent shocker produced for Showtime’s jejune "Drive-in Classics" series.
Orphaned Los Angeles teen Donna Patterson (Aimee Graham) makes it her business to protect her younger sister, Kathy (Ashley Lister), from the lecherous designs of their guardian, Uncle Harry (Harry Northup). Good-girl Donna works as a waitress, but hangs out with delinquents in her free time. When pervy Uncle Harry tries to impose a curfew, Donna’s date, Vince (Matt LeBlanc), gives him a good thrashing. That's about the extent of his thuggish chivalry: When he ...