This film offers more naked breasts than I've seen in a long time! And some potentially
revolutionary content is seriously undermined by pornographic "barbarian" costumes
and repeated scenes of rape and murder mixed in with the male pleasures and fantasies.
The movie does a good job of eroticizing violence, perhaps all the more convincingly
because of its pseudo-feminist political veneer.
Amethea (Lana Clarkson) is about to get married when her village is raided and plundered by a group of bandits led by a dopey and extremely unconvincing villain. She manages to ....