Wednesday, August 10, 2016
"The Brain That Wouldn't Die" released 1962
Super-campy The Brain that Wouldn't Die was released on August 8, 1962. When a mad doctor's fiance is beheaded in a car crash, the doctor manages to keep her head alive in a pan, hooked up to tubes with colored liquid flowing through them. "Jan in the Pan" is how she would later be known as in pop culture. The actress Virginia Leith reportedly hated the movie so much she refused to return for post-production work.
Michael and the bots had a great time skewering this movie of unspeakable horror from hell!