Top 10 Best Female Prison Movies

Here is the list of best female prison movies, The Big Doll House movie is consider as the best female prisoner movie as per this list. Watch all the below mentioned female prison movies and enjoy the movie.

15. Virgins from Hell, 1987

Two sisters plot revenge on the drug dealers who murdered their father.
14. Sadomania, 1981

Sadomania – Hölle der Lust is a 1981 German-Spanish women in prison film directed by Jesús Franco, starring Ajita Wilson. It was also released as Hellhole Women, Prisoners of the Flesh or Sadomania: The Hell of Passion.
13. Prison-A-Go-Go! 2003

A woman (Laurie Walton) infiltrates a female prison to find out what happened to her missing sister.
12. Bare Behind Bars, 1980

Lesbian inmates of a grimy prison are tormented by abusive guards and attempt a desperate escape.
11. Stranger Inside, 2001

After a stint in a juvenile detention center, Treasure (Yolanda Ross) is transferred to an adult prison where her mother, whom she has never met, is also imprisoned. Before long, Treasure encounters Brownie (Davenia McFadden), a lifer and gang leader. Brownie reveals that she is Treasure's mother, and takes the girl under her wing, protecting her from the dangers of hardcore prison life. But some women in Brownie's gang resent Treasure's presence, leading to violent conflict.
10. Escape from Hell, 1980

Female slave-laborers at an emerald mine in the tropics plot revenge against their overseers.
9. Women in Cages, 1971

A sadistic prison matron (Pam Grier) victimizes an innocent woman (Jennifer Gan), who is serving time for her lover's drug dealings.
8. Black Mama White Mama, 1972

Lee Daniels (Pam Grier) is a black girl busted for prostitution. Karen Brent (Margaret Markov) is a white girl arrested for her involvement with a local revolutionary group. The two women meet in jail and, despite their mutual animosity, are chained together for transport to a maximum security prison. Their bus is ambushed en route, however, and the pair manages to escape together. Chased by bounty hunters, crooked police and revolutionaries, they struggle to get along and get away.
7. Caged Heat, 1974

Women inmates (Juanita Brown, Erica Gavin) fight a warden (Barbara Steele) and her psychosurgical behavior modification.
6. Hell's House, 1932

A teenager (Junior Durkin) lands in a brutal reform school for refusing to squeal on his bootlegger boss (Pat O'Brien).
5. Women in Cellblock 9, 1977

Women in Cellblock 9 is a 1977 Swiss exploitation action horror film written and directed by Jess Franco, and starring Karine Gambier. Its main theme is women in prison.
4. Lion's Den, 2008

In the hazy morning after a threesome, expectant mother Julia Zárate (Martina Gusman) finds her partner dead in her flat, and his fling, Ramiro (Rodrigo Santoro), badly injured. Police arrive on the scene and promptly throw Julia behind bars, where she awaits trial. As her pregnancy progresses, Julia sinks into a deep depression. But she sheds her quiet, defeated demeanor when the eventual birth of her son, Tomás (Tomás Plotinsky), gives her a reason to live.
3. Yield to the Night, 1956

In the shadow of her impending execution, an anguished woman recounts the chain of events which drove her to murder.
2. Female Prisoner #701: Scorpion, 1972

Female Prisoner #701: Scorpion is a 1972 Japanese women in prison film made by Toei Company. It stars Meiko Kaji and was Shunya Ito's first film as a director. The film is based on a comic by Toru Shinohara.
1. The Big Doll House, 1971

Women (Judy Brown, Pam Grier, Roberta Collins) in pastel dresses plot an escape from a tropical island prison run by perverts.