Wasp Woman 2004 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
...had a couple of hours to watch a horror flick
> night. Only problem is, “The Wasp Woman” had no
> stinger. Let’s say it was a stinker. The original
> classic was made in 1959. This 1995 remake by Roger
> Corman is lower than low-budget. Not only will it
> likely be available at the 99 cent store, but it
> off as being shot there (and produced, directed, and
> choreographed by the owners). Not that I’m putting
> down the owners of a thrift store…but, yes, I am
> putting down this silly insect flop that should have
> been assaulted by RAID the week before its release.
> The opening scene is almosy comedic. A jogger is
> attacked in the park by a swarm of black blobs…I
> assume they are supposed to be wasps, but every real
> insect in the film is a bee. Maybe they are
> but I do know my a - bee- c’s.
> The audio is irritating (cell phones ring
> in the background. I must have reached for my phone
> at least a half dozen times).
> The star is Jennifer Rubin, whose previous
> performance was in “Plump Fiction”...that’s right
> “PLUMP” Fiction. Get my drift?
> While her performance gets a 3…on a scale of
> 10…the movie also gets a 1 for being somewhat
> entertaining…only because you want to hang in
> and see how much cornier this disaster can get.
> Corman should be ashamed for this DOG! With no
> sting…there’s no buzz (as in bee…I mean wasp!).
> Avoid this. Read the current issue of National
> Geographic if you’re starved for entertainment.