Anyone seen it? I watched it last night. I recently listened to an episode of the film history podcast You Must Remember This and they were talking about Val Lewton. For those who don't know, Lewton was a legendary horror producer at RKO, which was trying to compete with Universal and their monster movies. Cat People, which is produced by Lewton but actually directed by Jacques Tourneur, is one of his most well-known projects The synopsis from IMDB: An American man marries a Serbian immigrant who fears that she will turn into the cat person of her homeland's fables if they are intimate together. I enjoyed this movie. It's short and to the point and Simone Simon has a certain something that makes her very watchable. Even though it's classified as a horror film, however, I thought of it less as horror and more as . . . suspense? . . . a thriller? . . . even a family drama with just a tinge of the supernatural? I dunno. It's really a rather quiet and subdued movie overall, but an enjoyable way to spend 70 minutes. So yeah, anyone else seen this one? @europe1 I know you have. So of course I expect thoughts from you on it.