The cult favorite The Wasp Woman is a touchstone sixties monster movie. The story outline is familiar: an aging beauty (Susan Cabot) wishes to take a scientists experimental youth serum, which is derived from Wasps, but the serum goes too far and turns her into a monster. What separates The Wasp Woman is the quality of its acting. Going beyond the cheap (and fun!) effects and goofy costumes, The Wasp Woman enchants with good drama that unfolds into magnificently effective horror scenes – once the creature is unleashed, of course. While enjoying the fantastic popcorn fun, don’t forget to spot the sexy starlette Lynn Cartwright as a sultry and sassy Brooklyn secretary.