Not Rated | | Horror, Sci-Fi
A scientist develops a youth formula for a cosmetics queen from jelly taken from queen wasps, failing to anticipate the typical horrible side effects.
Leo Gordon, credited with the screenplay, was married to actress Lynn Cartwright, who plays the receptionist in the movie.
I'd stay away from wasps if i were you, Mrs. Starlin. Socially the queen wasp is on the level with a Black Widow spider. They're both carnivorous, they paralyze their victims and then take their time devouring them alive. And they kill their mates ...
When the Doctor makes the guinea pigs younger, the supposedly younger, smaller guinea pigs are in fact lab rats.
When the film was sold to television in 1962 it featured additional footage featuring Michael Mark that was not in the original theatrical release.
A cultish pyramid scheme and a twisted series of murders hit the small screen along with a powerful new documentary about our attachment to even smaller screens.
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