When Tobey (Yvette Mimieux), Eulice (Judy Pace) and Jan (Maggie Thrett) discover they have been seeing the same man – Paxton Quigley (Christopher Jones) – they decide to take revenge.
Tying him up in the attic, the three women try to kill him with constant sex. What a way to go.
Considering this film was made by a veteran director who had worked on Orson Welles’s early classics and who made the cracking Al Capone (1959), this Swinging Sixties wish-fulfilment fantasy may come as something of a letdown.
The rare soundtrack features Chad and Jeremy.