The Wasp Woman

Film

Horror films

 

Time Out says

A film that highlights Corman's ability to ring interesting changes on proven formulas. The she-creature and the havoc she wreaks are both predictable enough, but it's a novel touch that she's a beautician, and that her metamorphosis is caused by experiments with new cosmetics ingredients. Susan Cabot (always Corman's favourite female sadist-figure) anchors the sexual mayhem in a very credible characterisation.
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Release details

UK release:

1959

Duration:

73 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Roger Corman

Cast:

William Roerick, Michael Marks, Barboura Morris, Fred Eisley, Susan Cabot, Frank Gerstle

Music:

Fred Katz

Art Director:

Daniel Haller

Editor:

Carlo Lodato

Cinematography:

Harry C Newman

Screenwriter:

Leo Gordon

Producer:

Roger Corman

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