The twenty-something college graduates visit the museum and start exploring the displays. They learn a) that their grandfather was about to open a new exhibit displaying the greatest lovers in history and b) that a local civic committee led by Elizabeth Kaitan wants to shut the museum down because of the erotic wax exhibit. Conveniently, the grandfather had an apartment in the back of the house of wax that has plenty of room for all four of them, so they decide to stay at the house of wax and try to get it ready for showing.
Over a series of nights they discover that a strange figure is haunting the museum, and that the wax statues come to life and engage in sex at midnight, but only if a magic medallion is worn. So, in order to save the museum, the foursome decide to open an exhibit and advertise "animated erotic wax figures".
Now, both lead actresses do a pretty good job. Blake Pickett has one of the leanest bodies in the business and she looks fantastic (very trim and toned), particularly in her soft porn scene where she's wearing the medallion and having sex with her boyfriend. She writhes like a snake, and the music isn't intrusive to the scene. Jacelyn Lovell has done enough of the Surrender Cinema films that she's gotten plenty of practice at soft porn. The other actors/actresses are attractive and fit, though for entertainment I tried to count how many had silicone implants (I think Blake does, but I didn't see a scar so I'm not sure). Elizabeth Kaitan is always lovely (and is all-natural). In fact, she looks better now than she did 10 years ago when she starred in the classic "Slave Girls From Beyond Infinity". All those sessions with the personal trainer are paying off, girl! I'm kind of surprised she didn't have a better role in this film, but its good to see her working.
Anyway, if you enjoy costume sex, this is a pretty good film. If you enjoy "traditional" sex, this is a pretty good film. If you're looking for bondage or something harder, you may do better with Cheri Caffaro's "Ginger" films. This film is typical of the Friday night cable tv movies that are/were shown on Cinemax and Showtime. In fact, I remember when Showtime was first starting out and they would show these aerobics clips where 3 women would exercise on a rotating platform with the camera zooming in for close-ups on certain body parts. This movie reminds me of that style of film-making.