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Sci-Fi Classic Review: THE INCREDIBLE SHRINKING MAN (1957)



The first movie to be based on a Richard Matheson book, The Incredible Shrinking Man was one of the biggest sci-fi hits of the fifties and remains one of the most interesting and most serious takes on the subject matter.

If you’re looking for a “review” in the traditional sense, then let me just say I love this movie. This video, however, is a “review” in the literal sense (using the Miriam-Webster definition “a retrospective view or survey”), in that I’m going over the history of the film and its place in sci-fi cinema history.

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Related video reviews:

20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (1954) – https://youtu.be/jPc4ltibUT0
Flash Gordon (1936) – https://youtu.be/6uy8oEtdMkk
The Fly (1986) – https://youtu.be/CRzIgaVt_NU
Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1978) – https://youtu.be/evr0ZjlotSQ
The Invisible Man (1933) – https://youtu.be/_pZXQ4cLU4A
It Came from Outer Space – https://youtu.be/Y3uCkMlWmeo
The Omega Man – https://youtu.be/QUEHvIS_Rb0
The Thing (1982) – https://youtu.be/RHxbT0am9QI

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