It is hard to rate this - I keep alternating between 3 and 4 stars...
It is a "classic" black and white sci-fi movie from the early 50's. I've wanted to see this for some time, having read about it.
There's a sort of OK story here (the woman navigator on the first trip to the Moon falls under the telepathic control of the ruler of the remains of a race of lunar cat-women). Unfortunately the acting is not so hot and neither is the script. Given its pre-digital effects age, it is OK visually - the painted lunar backdrops add quite a bit to it - possibly Chesley Bonestell paintings.
But you are left to wonder why did the first moon mission have four men and one woman? Why did they choose over-macho sexists? Why do three of them have one space-suit design and the other two another design? Why are they called Cat Women? They wear black body stockings but have no tails, cat-ears, whiskers etc.
However, should we take it seriously or not? In the end I decided to got with four stars (I like it) and decided that it shouldn't be taken seriously.
For aficionados of pre-Apollo moon mission films only, I guess.