The Brain That Wouldn’t Die

Joseph Green’s low-budget feature (1963) about a surgeon trying to find a body to attach to the decapitated but still-living head of his fiancee. Legendary for its sheer awfulness, the film was shot in Tarrytown, New York, and wasn’t released until several years later, which automatically makes it ripe for canonization today. With Herb (Jason) Evers and Virginia Leith. 81 min. (JR)

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