Caged Fury, a film with notable stars like Erik Estrada and James Hong along with cameos by Ron Jeremy, is a movie about a fake prison being used as a disguise for an underground slavery and sex ring. Caged Fury begins with a lingerie-clad prisoner breaking out of prison via a hole in the wall behind a poster of flexing muscle men. The scene shifts to two of the prison guards engaged in a knife fight. Then it cuts to a girl named Cat running away from home in Utah. Cat goes to Hollywood looking to become a starlet, and hooks up with a shady movie producer, along with a motorcycle stunt driver played by Erik Estrada.
Cat is persuaded to play a hooker in what she's told is a fake film, but the film is then used in a trial for solicitation. Cat is sent to the prison where the opening shot took place. The prison, where the warden is a woman dressed in leather and inmates are given lingerie as uniforms, is nothing more than a front for a white slavery ring that deals in sex and deviancy. Cat's sister tries to track what happened, but she ends up following in her sister's footsteps and winds up in the same fake prison herself.
This case falls to Richard Barathy, playing Dirk Ramsey, to try and solve. He eventually tracks down where the girls have been sent to, along with all of the mysterious goings on, which leads to a number of fight sequences as the prison begins to truly fall apart from the inside out. At the end of the film the women all escape to find that they were held not in a prison, but in a camouflaged office building across from a Chinese restaurant in downtown!