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2hrs 0min
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1993
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Rhino Home Video
Synopsis: Astronaut Mike Nelson (Michael J. Nelson) is trapped in outer space with only his mechanical friends Tom Servo (Kevin Murphy) and Crow (Trace Beaulieu) for company. So what better way to kill the time than watch bad movies and crack jokes about them? That's the premise of the TV series Mystery Science Theater 3000, and in this installment, Mike, Tom, and Crow take a long, hard look at The Brain That Wouldn't Die, in which a slightly crazy scientist tries to find a new body for his recently-decapitated ... Full Synopsis
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A terrible attempt at a horror film, The Brain That Wouldn't Die offers little in terms of believability, and less in terms of convincingly inducing fear. While the inadequacies of the story and dialogue left plenty of room for Mike and the 'bots to intervene with comedic insertions, even they could not sustain the entertainment so torturously lacking in this film. By the time the credits roll, the ... Read Review
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