The late great Kyle McKenna possessed that rare onscreen combination of vulnerability and sexiness: not only did you feel for him, you also wanted to feel him up. In almost every role, Kyle looked sexually innocent and taken advantage of, but he also always managed to show his true power bottom persona along the way. "Reform School Confidential" (1997) is Kyle's movie from beginning to end. He is often the center of attention sexually, and the tongue-in-cheek script calls for some true acting ability, which he managed to pull off quite nicely. Kyle is ably supported by a cast that is better than average, particularly Jackson Phillips as a predatory school doctor, and a throng of young studpups like Ethan Marc, Tommy Hart and John Ross, playing Kyle's fellow juvenile delinquents.