I might end up ordering these blackout curtains since they are by far the least expensive and the longest curtains - and they are offering free shipping for the next 3 days. But I'm suspicious of them. Blackout curtains are supposed to have a white layer that faces the window, to reflect heat and light. These don't say anything about a white layer (and they couldn't tell me when I called if it has one). Instead, it just says, "These densely woven window coverings completely block unwanted sunlight, and they help to insulate your dorm room from harsh heat and cold." But how can a densely woven fabric block out sunlight without a white lining? Can they say "completely blocks out light" if it doesn't really?
These are the ones that are 3 inches too short. But they are the longest blackout curtains I can find.