Due to radiation, a scientist becomes a murderous lizard when he’s exposed to sunlight.
“The Blaze Of The Sun Made Him A Monster!”
“Thermodynamic horror from outer space!”
“Whiskey and soda mix, not whiskey and science.”
The Hideous Sun Demon (1958) was produced, directed, and cowritten by its star, Robert Clarke. Technically, he co-directed (according to the IMDb) with a guy named Tom Boutross, but it looks like Boutross didn’t ever direct much else (just some TV episodes many years later), so I will assume that Robert Clarke was pretty much in charge on the set. Most of Boutross’ credits were as an editor, and he edited The Hideous Sun Demon, in fact. So perhaps he influenced the finished product so much that Clarke credited him as a co-director. Who knows? Continue reading