Good enough ideas could sometimes rescue cheapest sci-fi past a time when major companies were willing to bet on the genre. By 1957, about all you had left was actors hashing out concepts that could as easily be read in far-out anthologies or done on radio. There just wasn'twillingness to spend for visual effects or well known players. An exception that year was Universal and The Incredible Shrinking Man, but it had a gimmicksure-fire as fantasy could get, and how could you tell the story of a Shrinking man without having him shrink? In She-Devil, it's mostly personality change that comes over Mari Blanchard after experimental serum gets her past imminent death, resulting sex lure a threat to all male-kind. That last has excited interest among those who study gender roles as understood to have been enforced in the 50's, and if that's a boost to Blu-Ray sales, I say bring on closer readings. Bob Lippert had paw prints on She-Devil, even as he went uncredited, black-and-white scope there to emphasize decor that's lacking. This was long among missing of chillers from its era, and I double-taked on word that Olive would release it in HD. Go forward like mewith low expectations and you'll be surprised how good She-Devil turns out, truly a 50's sci-fi quickie for fans who thought they'd seen everything.