As our tale begins, Daria (Kaitan) and Tisa (Beal) are chained in a dungeon aboard a mother-ship in deep space. Clad only in bikinis, they escape and commandeer a shuttle and crash land on a seemingly benign planet. Our two very capable damsels make their way to a jungle compound, occupied by the very handsome Zed (Don Scribner) and his two rude androids. At first, Zed seems like a savior, even providing some slinky evening ware to our shapely protagonists. However, Daria and Tisa become alarmed when they meet two other guests, also from a crash landing, the hunk Rik (Carl Horner) and his sister Shala (Stevens). Shala and Carl advise our buxom heroines that most of the other guests disappeared when Zed took them hunting. Both Shala and Tisa are on the ball, and realize they must escape. Uh oh, Zed does indeed have plans for his captive women. Shala is the first victim, and she is put in chains, stripped, and put to use as Zed's sex toy.
All three scream queens do a magnificent job. Director Ken Dixon knows what his fans want, and that is to see a lot of the three actresses in the least amount of dress. Will Tisa and Daria find satisfaction in bigger guns? Is the plight of our three scream queens in this film a mere metaphor for the increasing divide among the classes during the industrial revolution in western Europe? Very reasonably priced on Amazon.com, watch "Slave Girls From Beyond Infinity," and give yourself a well deserved reward for putting up with that chick-flick your wife (...or wimpy husband) made you watch.