Amethea and her equally scantily clad sisters reach Arrakur's stronghold and sneak in via hidden tunnels. The plan, a good one, coordinate with the rebels (Uh-Oh! They are led by a one-eyed, one-armed geeky grouch!), find Prince Argon and his fellow captives (who are scheduled to become fodder for Arrakur's gladiators) and start an uprising against the evil Romans. Taramis sneaks into Arrakur's harem with the idea of getting close enough to him to deposit a dagger between his shoulder blades. Unfortunately for Amethea and her sisters they are each captured and sent to the torture chamber where they are interrogated, put on the rack, and raped.
Will all the sisters survive to escape, overthrow the Romans, and resurrect the wedding plans? Will Amethea deliver to the Roman plunderers and rapists a fate they deserve? The Romans are cast as out-of-shape couch potato types, which make it believable when Lana Clarkson decimates them with sword and fists. The action is aplenty, but viewers should be aware, so are the rape scenes. In addition to influencing the creators of "Xena," this film is probably the forerunner of all those "bride-zilla" type reality shows on TLC and Lifetime (though you guys will probably enjoy this movie a lot more).