Hey all... Despite it's inclusion on the great "Coming to Video X/XX/XXXX" thread it was on back in October, I totally missed the fact that this movie was finally released to home video... It's a great black comedy, starring Stockard Channing in what might have been her first real major exposure. It's written by Joan Rivers, and tells the sad tale of Miriam, a VERY ugly duckling who is mistreated by the "ruling class" at school, has one last great humiliation before being shredded in a car accident, and then gets her face reconstructed, becomes beautiful, and proceeds to bump off the jocks and cheerleaders that made her life hell. I only had spotty memories of this film from it's television premiere back in the early 70's, but it all came back to me after I watched it. Kudos to MGM/Sony for finally releasing this, perhaps it signals the eventual release of more great made-for-tv horror/cult films? Anyway, heavily recommended to any fans of Channing, Rivers, Heathers-type movies, or likes a good little humor/slasher pic. Not gory, played for laughs, but recommended.