Why is it called "Bad Girls Go to Hell"?
Judging from the movie's plot synopsis, the lead character isn't any kind of "bad" girl or a villainess, but a victim of various and highly unfortunate circumstances, so why is she kind of alluded in the title to being a bad girl who goes to hell, what has she done that was so bad?
I mean, rare as it somewhat might be compared to what bad men often have been doing on a daily basis throughout human history for thousands of years, there have been some films depicting girl gangs who commit criminal activities in 50s and 60s decades as well, from "Gun Girl Gang" to "The Violent Years" (1956) - a trashy and highly silly 1950s Z-grade black comedy directed by William Morgan and written by trash cinema legend Ed Wood - where we did see them do wrong stuff etc including killing innocent people, but in THIS film?
Or was it meant to be somewhat ironic or even a representative of what ignorant majority may say or think?
Maybe it should've been re-titled instead as "Good Girls End Up in Unfortunate Troubles Through No Fault of their Own", right?