Womens prison where the prisoners are like, women!
B-Movies, specifically the horror/schlock/exploitation genre, are often a reflection of the times. This shittily-made form of social commentary has boldly tackled social taboos (or perpetuated stereotypes) happening in their respective current spectrum of human society for generations (shut up, that IS a sentence).
Listen, if you're going to have more than one black person in a movie, it becomes a "black" film, right? That means you have to have the word "black" in the title. It's just a rule. Also, exploiting a woman's fear of rape and or people's disabilities is entertaining. Obviously. For example, if you are scared of being raped by someone retarded, there is a B-movie out there just to scare assholes like you. Political correctness aside, if you don't believe me (or just don't care), here are some examples of B-Movies brave enough to tackle human politics.
|Based on the true tales of Cybil Danning!|
|"Chopsticks" was just too much.|
|Is Bette Midler in this one?|
|The statistics of women raped by fire are pretty sobering.|
|Coke ain't no joke you guys.|
|Teenagers, our last natural source of fossil fuel!|
|Before "Juno" made it cool. Also, are you a teenager at 14?|
|Why not try not being a hooker?|
|"Aw babe, you shouldn't have!"|
|"Considah dis a davorce!"|
|This trailer made me really uncomfortable.|
|Insert chimo joke here.|
|Forgive me Father for I like this movie.|