I'm a sucker for these trashy, old-school Sword and Sorcery epics, and if you are, Hundra won't disappoint. I didn't catch Hundra "back in the day", as with Conan, Deathstalker, etc., I just had a hankering for an '80s barbarian opus, and this is what I wound up with. Nearly everything about this movie is, on a technical level, terrible (dear god, the sound effects), but through it all, it has a certain spirit that kept me smiling throughout.
Immediately after watching it, I sat through it again, this time with the commentary, which is easily as funny as the film itself.
In a sense, there's no point writing a review for movies of this type - you already know if you like 'em not. So, if cheap battle sequences, exploitative nudity, and a cast of horrific over-and-underacting Z-list actors are your thing, then there's plenty to amuse you here ... plus maybe just a little added spunkiness.
I kind of wish they still made this stuff.