"Ken Russell has really done it this time. He has stripped the lid off of respectability off the Ursuline convent in Loudon, France. He has exposed Cardinal Richelieu as a political schemer. He has destroyed our illusions about Louis XIII. We are filled with righteous indignation as we bear witness to the violation of the helpless nuns; it is all the more terrible because, as Russell fearlessly reveals, all the nuns, without exception, are young and stacked."
"Telling someone a film is from 1972 is the equivalent of saying, '..yeah, I'll put this back on the shelf; we'll check our other options.' Ain't nobody got time for that. ('cept for me.)"
—Allison Pregler on Moon of the Night