Trace eventually gets an urge to rescue Arlie. He continues to mow down Scourge's men, and rescues another blonde damsel, Stinger (Laura Banks). These two take their time getting to know each other, while Arlie continues to get raped. Then they engage in pre-marital sex in the desert...and Arlie continues to get raped. The clumsy Stinger then falls in a hole and is captured by mutant cannibals. Because Stinger is good for pre-marital sex, and Arlie is merely his sister...Trace mounts a rescue operation for Stinger..while Arlie continues to get raped. After more adventures with Stinger, Arlie finally heads to Scourge's compound, where Arlie continues to get raped. Machine-guns, flame-throwers, cool hot-rods, and motorcycles will all be part of a final epic battle.
Will Trace be in time to save his sister? Is the post-apocalyptic landscape merely a metaphor for the treatment of women by modern, organized civilization? From Arlie's perspective this is a brutal film. SPOILER ALERT [her demise will rival that of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid]. Made in Asia, budget wise, "Wheels of Fire" is impressive. Lots of neat souped up car battles and chases, hair spray, and body make-up separate this film from your average low-budget film. Available in great quality on YouTube, this is a great companion piece to the new "Mad Max" film.