Lunar Week is almost over (tomorrow’s the last Lunar article, the Avenue’s next update will be on Tuesday), but today we take a look at one of the movies from the banner above. The third picture is a still from Cat-Women of the Moon, a complete schlockfest made in 1953. As an added bonus, it’s one of those 3D movies. Which meant the silliness of the film went great along with the silly glasses you had to wear to watch the film.
Arthur Hilton was responsible for directing “the most startling picture of the century” (according to Cat-Women‘s own trailer), a group of space explorers ends up on a planet without men. Handy, as most of the explorers are men. There’s a bit of a twist as there’s also a female on board in this film and that she’s telepathically controlled by the Cat-Women (played by the Hollywood Cover Girls).
This film should be watched by anyone who’s afraid of spiders. The one used in this film is so fake literally noone will be scared by it.
P.S. Apologies for the fact the wide trailer obscures some of my links. Tomorrow the article drops a bit and all the links will be crystal clear again.