The Brain That Wouldn't Die

The Brain That Wouldn't Die

Dr. Bill Cortner (Jason Evers) and his fiancée, Jan Compton (Virginia Leith), are driving to his lab when they get into a horrible car accident. Compton is decapitated. But Cortner is not fazed by this seemingly insurmountable hurdle. His expertise is in transplants, and he is excited to perform the first head transplant. Keeping Compton's head alive in his lab, Cortner plans the groundbreaking yet unorthodox surgery. First, however, he needs a body.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:82 minutes
  • Release:1962
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:scar,   nurse,   decapitation,  

A doctor experimenting with transplant techniques keeps his girlfriend's head alive when she is decapitated in a car crash, then goes hunting for a new body. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Douglas M (jp) wrote: I bought the whole collection of Fast and Furious movies on BluRay and every single one except this one came with an Ultraviolet copy, it's a good movie even if it isn't the best in the series and I feel incomplete having a partial collection. C'est la vie.

Eric H (ag) wrote: When I watched this film, well, before, I thought this was going to be a immature, boring film for little kids. I'd love to say I'm wrong, but sadly, no. The script was terrible, acting very, very poor, and it seems EVERYTHING in the movie sucks. The music, out of all the parts of the movie, was the best. And the music is just OK. The Ben 10 team could have made something better, and I watched the film with very low expectations. Any lower than that, I'd be dead. The movie did not live up to my expectations. I wasn't expecting a Die Hard, just expecting a low rate film. I was 100 percent right!Out of all the movies playing on TV, I ended up watching this. If you want to see a movie based on a TV show, go watch Transformers.

Michelle S (jp) wrote: I saw this on Youtube after I finished watching Sherlock. At the time I was still tentative when it came to watching movies/programs with Benedict Cumberbatch. Sure, he was great in Sherlock, but his earlier stuff could've been nothing but artsy, boring, and utterly joyless and impossible to watch. I decided that since this was only a staggering 11 minute long film that I would give it a try. It's 11 minutes, what's the worse that can happen. Apparently, A LOT! This story is about a young father who finds out in the beginning of the film that he has some sort of terminal illness and that he will inevitability not survive, and in 11 minutes, we watch him deal with the initial shock, his emotional breakdown, and his solution to the problem, which involves his twin brother. Here is what makes this film AMAZING and, in my opinion, what makes this one of Cumberbatch's best performances. We are allowed about 3 minutes to get to know his character, enough time to know that he has a loving wife and a child. Just after that, we are told that he is going to die. In those first 5 minutes of this film, we are already so emotionally invested with this character, that we are oddly devastated when we find out that he isn't going to survive. Is that all? NO! Cumberbatch also plays the twin brother, who is presented as someone who has not made good life choices and is the polar opposite of his brother, yet, somehow, we care for him too. By the end of this movie, you are left in awe and emotionally compromised by Cumberbatch's performance and are most likely in tears.

Michal P (it) wrote: Great actors, interesting screenplay, nice. Hitchcock done French style.

Melly B (au) wrote: omg i think i saw this movie

Ahmed J (ca) wrote: This shit is weird, abstract, surreal and nostalgic. Still good, though and a bit cute

Tsukasa A (au) wrote: Based on the autobiographical account by Bruce Lee's widow Linda Lee Caldwell, the movie is entertaining with kung fu actions as well portrayal of his life. Bruce Lee tried to realize an American dream and, by his sudden death, he jumped directly into the legend. It's his great achievement that he made the kung fu movies spectacular with philosophical spices.

Andrey B (nl) wrote: Very charming and strong movie, a rare movie that you would like to have a happy ending.

Amy R (de) wrote: Vincent Price, Peter Lorre and Boris Karloff in an unusual dark comedy. Basil Rathbone is a treat as their nemesis. Also giving a standout performance as Cleopatra is Rhubarb the cat!

Erin D (jp) wrote: Not the greatest, but certainly not bad. I liked it because none of the characters were really annoying, and we've all struggled through having to grow up, and it sucks. It was kind of bland but not hurting anyone, and Sam Rockwell is always a bonus.

Heidi S (fr) wrote: great cast, sucky movie.