When Nassor is convinced he can bring his pet hamster, Colossus, a minor antagonist of the movie, back to life with a combination of incantations and Victor Frankenstein's scientific secrets, Mummy Hamster is born! The mummy-wrapped little mShelley.
- Since the other monsters are meant to bare a resemblence to the original Universal Movie monsters, Colossus is meant to represent The Mummy. Ironically, Nassor, his owner, bares a strong resemblence to actor Boris Karloff, who not only played the Frankenstein monster from Frankenstein, but also Imhotep from The Mummy .
- In this movie, Mummy Hamster is voiced by Dee Bradley Baker.
- His death is based on the popular internet video Bambi Vs. Godzilla.
- Colossus's name is gag on his size.
- Colossus resembles Tim Burton's MummyBoy from the original poem.