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The Atomic Brain - Season 10 - Episode 5

The Atomic Brain - Season 10 - Episode 5

Mr. Lobo takes us back to the year of 1963 for a rare look at a lost episode from the grandfather series to Cinema Insomnia, Insomniac Theater, and the broadcast television premiere of The Atomic Brain.

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Mr. Lobo takes us back to the year of 1963 for a rare look at a lost episode from the grandfather series to Cinema Insomnia, Insomniac Theater, and the broadcast television premiere of The Atomic Brain.

Comments: 10

  • MrLobo
    MrLobo · 1701 days ago

    we're finally completing our 10th Season-a year and a half overdue. Better times ahead though! We're finding a whole new audience via ZOM-BEE TV. Mr. Lobo has a role in 30 Second Doom and I believe Gary will be uploading a sneak peak here on Lobovision so stay tuned!

  • tmedley1
    tmedley1 · 1702 days ago

    Duck and Cover! This episode is Retrotastic. Season 10 is living up to the lofty goals you set for yourselves in the kickstarter pitch video 2 years ago. (can you believe it's been that long?) Best 25 bucks I ever spent. Thanks for setting the controls of the Wayback Machine to the year of my birth. Is Gary Hughes the man behind the upcoming epic 30 Second Doom! If so do you have any info on the release date?
    Thanks for another great one.

  • MrLobo
    MrLobo · 1717 days ago

    Gary "Rocket Patrol" Hughes was or 50's director and is a retro TV expert...

  • MrLobo
    MrLobo · 1717 days ago

    Our new editor Aaron Lane added a lot to the show as far as the adverts and extras go. Glad you loved the episode...I've been wanting to share INSOMNIAC THEATER with the fans for a long time...

  • BunnyGalore
    BunnyGalore · 1717 days ago

    Sheer brilliance! wonderful to see Insomniac Theater, I hope more lost episodes are found!
    Plus the Atomic Brain is my new favorite replacing The Brain That Wouldn't Die!
    and some of the most disturbing Adverts and short films ever LOVE IT!

  • MrLobo
    MrLobo · 1718 days ago

    Thanks CInsomniacs! We'll have to revisit the INSOMNIAC THEATER days in future episodes!

  • Oldschool
    Oldschool · 1718 days ago

    OMG...bad dream...disturbing...not very PC. In other words GREAT JOB Mr.Lobo

  • TalkyTina
    TalkyTina · 1718 days ago

    OK, as soon as you "think" that you want to see something scary and grusome, as soon as you are introduced to it, you find out how much you really don't! Of course I'm refering to that nice little intermission piece made in Russia. I can easily go the rest of my life without watching that again! thanks Mr. Lobo, I'll never look at my dog the same way again!!

  • Princeeverlove
    Princeeverlove · 1719 days ago

    WOW. 5 "WOWS" on the "Wow~A~Meter"! You get a Stephen Stills Henchman (You know from the Group "Crosby,Stills,Nash and Huh?)plus 3 Covergirl Bunnies, Norman Bate's Mother,An Ancestor of the Franken-Family,Dirty 'Ole Man,Jan~In~The~Pan,and One BAD 'Ole Putty Tat! The Vintage Mr.Lobo was awesome complete with breelcream hair,bow tie and yes--rotary phone!!! Special mention must be made of the cat-eye spectacled wonders. Oh, to date back then...digging your fingers out of all that HairNet spray. I hope this is coming to DVD! It's an Instant Classic! =)

  • Badbraven
    Badbraven · 1719 days ago

    THIS IS MY FAVORITE OF ALL TIME!!! I EVEN LOVED THE MOVIE!! ~LOVE MA


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