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What sin could a man commit in a single lifetime...

  • Nov 26, 2001
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This is a fairly typical MST episode, featuring a fairly typical bad science fiction movie: Bert I. Gordon's dysfunctional morality play about the alleged dangers of nuclear testing. Fortunately, 'a fairly typical MST episode' on video is still guaranteed to be more worth watching than anything on TV at the same time.

Frankly, I don't have any real standout memories about this episode, save a few disturbing recollections of comments about Glen Manning's diapers. This isn't one of my personal favorite MST episodes. But on the other hand, the Brains were (in my opinion) approaching the top of their form here in the third season, and 'The Amazing Colossal Man' is one of the proofs of that.

Plus, they ripped off the title for their own 'Amazing Colossal Episode Guide,' so that alone makes this ep worthy of a place in the MST hall of fame.

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Genre: Comedy, Science Fiction & Fantasy
Studio: Rhino / Wea

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