Excerpt: Another oddball British exploitation film rescued from obscurity by the preservationist angels doing the Lord’s work over at the BFI, That Kind Of Girl, the latest Blu-ray release in their Flipside line of cult film releases, the film offers a fascinating and oh so stylish look back at the London of the early sixties and the culture it was breeding at the time.
Conclusion: That Kind of Girl is yet another fantastic addition to BFI's Flipside series. It is raw and quite naive - but this is exactly why it is so enjoyable. The presentation is very good and the supplemental features included on the disc excellent. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED. Did you find this review helpful?
Excerpt: The directorial debut of Gerry O'Hara, whose All the Right Noises was an unexpected highlight in the last wave of BFI Flipside titles, That Kind of Girl is, quite blatantly, a sex education drama given a dose of class by its filmmaker. There are numerous ways this could have turned out to be virtually unwatchable to modern viewers. Venereal disease on its own surely holds little entertainment value and even less novelty.