X—The Man With the X-Ray Eyes | Chicago Reader

X—The Man With the X-Ray Eyes

Scientist Ray Milland discovers a potion that gives him X-ray vision, and after becoming a freak he ends his days as a sideshow attraction promoted by Don Rickles, who gives a fine low performance. This queasy 1963 SF parable was directed—quickly and cheaply—by Roger Corman for American-International, drawing some of its strength from its tawdry drive-in overtones. Milland grows through his debasement, and the production offers plenty of it. With Diana Van Der Vlis and John Hoyt. 80 min.

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