"This is Willard, a men's college. One mile away is Fulton, a women's college.*
"You've heard of the sexual revolution. Well, I'm probably one of the first casualties. Paxton Quigley, that's me. I'm being held in the attic by these three chicks, and they're trying to torture me to death. They're trying to kill me.
"(Sigh) They call this torture. Go with me, Paxton Quigley, and I'll take you on a tour around a groovy little subculture of today's female."
Cut to the jingle-jangly Byrds-like soundtrack and so begins "Three in the Attic," a little known '60s flick starrring Yvette Mimieux that would be all but forgotten if not for the Preservation Society of Chapel Hill.
And that's all I'm gonna say. Tune in tomorrow as we count down to ... "Three in the Attic."
*all dialogue guaranteed heard at 4:30 this morning when I couldn't sleep and popped the DVD in