I suppose it has to be this bad, Hundra (1983) when men try to make a women's lib barbarian film. Very good production values for a B film, shot in Spain with mostly Spanish crew. It is so horrible... ol' "I'll score anything that'll pay for an orchestra", Ennio Morricone, doesn't even help. Why a barbarian world, set somewhere, perhaps thousands of years ago, has to have a classical (and by that I am referring to the actual style) score... makes no sense? And it works even less. It is constantly reminding you how long the boring shots are, and feeling like a complete pastiche, cliché, but not even the right cliché for the genre. What was anybody thinking? The orchestra sounds good, that is about the only thing one can say for it, but I'm not opinionated (no sirree!!). I just bet some Hollywood wisenheimer is going to get it in his mind to redo this one (this is tonight's nightmare).