The Wasp Woman 1959 Ages 12+
1.00PM Sat 25 May 2019 (1hr 13mins)
GOMA | Cinema A | Free
After using an anti-aging formula containing enzymes extracted from a queen wasp, cosmetics company owner Janice Starlin finds herself transforming into a murderous wasp-like creature. Director Roger Corman elevates the film with creative mid-century special effects, while the narrative features a surprisingly modern examination of powerful woman in society with strong feminist undertones.
35MM, BLACK AND WHITE, MONO, 73 MINUTES, UNITED STATES, ENGLISH / DIRECTOR: ROGER CORMAN / PRODUCER: ROGER CORMAN / SCRIPT: LEO GORDON / CINEMATOGRAPHER: HARRY C. NEWMAN / EDITOR: CARLO LODATO / ART DIRECTOR: DANIEL HALLER / MUSIC: FRED KATZ / CAST: SUSAN CABOT, ANTHONY EISLEY (AS FRED EISLEY), BARBOURA MORRIS, WILLIAM ROERICK, MICHAEL MARK / PRINT SOURCE/RIGHTS: WADE WILLIAMS / SCREENING FORMAT: DIGITAL