The classic 1960’s B-movie The Brain That Wouldn’t Die has fallen into the public domain and is now available to download or to watch online.
It’s another classic story of boy meets girl, boy loses girl in terrible car crash, boy keeps girl’s head alive in neuroscience lab while looking for attractive new body.
Needless to say, it all ends in tears, but not before a journey that takes us from the lab, to a cat fight in a strip bar, and back again.
All in the best possible B-movie taste of course with some er… ‘unique’ dialogue that should give any experimental scientist cause for thought:
“The paths of experimentation twist and turn through mountains of miscalculations and often lose themselves in error and darkness!”
Wise words indeed.
Link to download from the Internet Archive.
Link to stream from Google Video.
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A true film classic. The lead actor changed his name after this one came out.