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The Wasp Woman (1995)

R | | Horror, Sci-Fi, Thriller | TV Movie 1995
In this remake of the 1959 classic,the owner of a cosmetic company works with a Dr. that has been experimenting with a miracle cure for aging. He has extracted an enzyme from queen wasps that eventually change Janice into a giant insect.

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Janice
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Alec
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Dr. Zinthorp
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Mary
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Caitlin
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John (as Jay Richardson)
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Arthur (as Gerritt Graham)
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Nick
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Wasp Collector
Lenny Juliano ...
Wise Guy
Kimberley Roberts ...
Jogger (as Kimberly Roberts)
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Tex
Julie K. Smith ...
Carla (as Julie Smith)
Rob Kerchner ...
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Antonia Dorian ...
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This is the made for T.V. remake of the 1959 classic. Janice, the owner of a cosmetic company starts to work with a Dr. that has been experimenting with a miracle cure for aging. He has extracted an enzyme from queen wasps that makes Janice look much younger.Then the deadly side effect occurs and Janice is accidentally transformed into a giant wasp woman.At night she starts stalking her prey which results in mass hysteria. Written by blogmonstermike.wordpress.com

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Rated R for monster violence and sexuality | See all certifications »

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1995 (USA)  »

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Crazy Credits

During the end credits Victor M. Macias is credited as a grip in both the main and the second unit, but in the latter his surname is misspelled as 'Marcias'. See more »

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Remake of The Wasp Woman (1959) See more »

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So, so bad
16 March 2004 | by (Orlando, FL) – See all my reviews

There is a long list of movies that should never have been made. Congo, 200 Cigarettes, Cool World, My Blue Heaven, Eye of the Beholder to name a few, and alas, Wasp Woman. This movie was beyond bad. I could have done better with a ten year old Camcorder, a fifth grade drama class, and a shoebox diorama. I'm all for campy films that appeal to my sense of goofy, but this film tried to pass itself off as legit. My husband and I watched it on late-night cable and scarily enough, found ourselves unable to turn it off. We were just so amazed at the horrible acting, wretched makeup (drawing lines with an eye pencil on Jennifer Rubin's face does not an aging woman make), ridiculous "special" effects, and lack of continuity. In one scene, the receptionist is walking down a hallway. She has straight hair. When she opens the door and sits down outside, she has very curly hair. Bad. But, if you want to watch a complete no-brainer, this is for you!


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