"Screaming in High Heels" is a pertinent rundown on the whole 80s-90s "scream queen" manifestation and rise to prevalence following the downfall of the drive-in. The three subjects are, of course, Brinke Stevens, Linnea Quigley, and Michelle Bauer who explain their increased popularity during the home-video "splash" that was rapidly putting cheapy horror films on the video store shelves.
Other interviewees include Kenneth Hall, Jay Richardson, Richard Gabai, and Fred Olen Ray who discuss their vast directorial and/or acting histories with these ladies therein the B-movie ilk. The scream queens elucidate their young aspirations of becoming actresses in an "art form" that thrived off of the exploitation of their hot, naked bodies. What I really liked about these women was that they still expressed appreciation for the genre, despite acknowledging their type-cast careers based almost solely on baring tits and getting killed and even though they're all pretty MILF-ish these days, they still keep active. Their loyalty was a bit refreshing, since I basically expected them to assert some personal antipathy toward their past that didn't usually display them as "serious actresses" like they initially planned. There was really none of that. They were all pretty cool. The directors I didn't find as interesting in their contributions to the doc and I would've liked to have seen some other known B-horror film-makers thrown into the mix, but it's all good. I'd recommend checking out "Screaming in High Heels".