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Beth, under an alias, enrolls at Fallbridge College for Girls to probe the apparent suicide of her younger sister who attended school there, and soon battles against a secret group called "The Five" who are in fact a Satanic cult of witches and have chosen Beth, a natural witch herself, to join the cult as the fifth member to consolidate its power for world domination. Written by
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Not too many tv movies provide the sheer entertainment value that SATAN'S SCHOOL FOR GIRLS delivered. It was definitely campy, but that added to the fun. Fans of Shannen Doherty will appreciate her stepping out of her bad-girl image to be the good girl for a change. And the rest of the cast did quite well, especially the three pretty friends Shannen meets that definitely prove that beauty is only skin deep. The tongue-in-cheek writing was better than I expected, and the 70's style special effects fit the genre.
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