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The Brain That Wouldn't Die (1962) Poster

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Version of 

The Brain That Wouldn't Die (2018)
based on the original

Edited into 

Bride of Monster Mania (2000) (TV Movie)

References 

Frankenstein (1931)
It is referenced.
Bride of Frankenstein (1935)
It is referenced.
Peeping Tom (1960)
It is referenced.

Referenced in 

The Body Shop (1972)
It is referenced.
Frankenstein: The True Story (1973) (TV Movie)
It is referenced.
Rabid (1977)
It is referenced.
Motel Hell (1980)
It is referenced.
Basket Case (1982)
Jan and her tragedy are indirectly alluded to.
Re-Animator (1985)
It is referenced.
Deadly Friend (1986)
It is referenced.
Basket Case 2 (1990)
Frankenhooker (1990)
Thirtysomething: The Haunting of DAA (1990) (TV Episode)
Elliot says that people are watching "The Brain Who Wouldn't Die" after the masquerade party at DAA.
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Teen-Age Crime Wave (1994) (TV Episode)
Referenced in the letter read by Mike
Serial Mom (1994)
Video case is shown in a video store.
Mystery Science Theater 3000: San Francisco International (1994) (TV Episode)
Jan in the Pan appears on the Satellite of Love.
Se7en (1995)
Giving a lecture at Boston University in November 2010, renowned title credit designer Kyle Cooper said that this film was one of the inspirations for his opening credits' sequence for Se7en aka Seven. Cooper told director David Fincher that he had watched "Brain" as a young boy and had waited and waited and waited and waited for the monster to appear. He felt that since "John Doe" didn't appear in Fincher's film until quite late, it was important to give a glimpse of him in the opening credits. So, although you never see Doe's face in the credits, his presence is felt.
Full Metal gokudô (1997) (Video)
It is referenced.
Urban Legends: Final Cut (2000)
A movie poster can be seen.
Bride of Monster Mania (2000) (TV Movie)
Emperor: Battle for Dune (2002) (Video Game)
Severed head saying "Let me die."
No One Lives Forever 2: A Spy in H.A.R.M.'s Way (2002) (Video Game)
After two gaurds have been man-handled, they talk about The Brain that Wouldn't Die.
Skeleton Key 2: 667 Neighbor of the Beast (2008) (Video)
mentioned in dialogue
F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin (2009) (Video Game)
Several movie posters in Terry Halford's lab are put on display, one of which is the poster for The Brain That Wouldn't Die.
Crank: High Voltage (2009)
Head kept alive after accident
Cinemassacre's Monster Madness: The Brain (2009) (TV Episode)
Among the posters of movies with "The" in the title.
The Cinema Snob: The Body Shop (2010) (TV Episode)
Snob mentions it. Also, poster is shown.
All About Evil (2010)
One of the movies shown at the Victoria.
Cinemassacre's Monster Madness: Fiend Without a Face (2010) (TV Episode)
Listed as the other "brain" movies.
Cinemassacre's Monster Madness: The Screaming Skull (2010) (TV Episode)
Movie listed on the box art of James' Classic Horror DVD Box Set.
The Cinema Snob: My Baby Is Black! (2013) (TV Episode)
"It looks like The Brain That Wouldn't Die II: My Brain is Black!"
Adjust Your Tracking (2013)
Video case is shown.
Laggies (2014)
Poster seen in Craig's office
Burying the Ex (2014)
Poster seen in Bloody Mary's shop
Beautiful Children (2016) (Short)
Cast is watching this as the film opens.
The Cinema Snob: Bela Lugosi Meets a Brooklyn Gorilla (2017) (TV Episode)
Sammy Petrillo appears in this movie
Housewife Alien vs. Gay Zombie
Main character is a living, severed head

Featured in 

TJ and the All Night Theatre: The Brain That Wouldn't Die (1978) (TV Episode)
Film featured on this episode.
AIP: Fast and Furious (1985) (Video)
trailer
Heartburn (1986)
Seen in a reflection in the glass of a framed poster after Mark and Rachel's first night together
Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Brain That Wouldn't Die (1993) (TV Episode)
'The Brain That Wouldn't Die' is the featured movie in this 'MST3K' episode.
Svengoolie: The Brain That Wouldn't Die (1995) (TV Episode)
This film is featured in this episode.
Gotha - kult, kitsch og b-film: Episode #1.7 (1996) (TV Episode)
Palle Strøm introduces clip + clip shown
Whose Line Is It Anyway?: Show No. 342 (2000) (TV Episode)
Footage from the film is dubbed over in the game "Film Dub".
Schlock! The Secret History of American Movies (2001)
It is mentioned and discussed. Also, footage of this movie is shown.
Elvira's Box of Horror (2004) (Video)
Full movie presented
Elvira's Horror Classics (2004) (Video)
Full length movie presented
Sorrow B4 Christmas (2005) (Short)
Some voices of Adele Lamont (as Doris Powell).
TCM Underground: The Black Sleep/The Brain That Wouldn't Die (2006) (TV Episode)
This film is featured in this episode.
Warehouse 13: Mild Mannered (2010) (TV Episode)
Brenda the postal clerk is watching it on TV when Myka picks up her package.
Elvira's Movie Macabre: The Brain That Wouldn't Die (2010) (TV Episode)
Elvira hosts the movie.
The Schlocky Horror Picture Show: The Brain That Wouldn't Die (1962) (2010) (TV Episode)
Film featured on this episode.
Burying the Ex (2014)
Shown on TV
Why Horror? (2014)
Clips from the trailer are shown.
The Death of "Superman Lives": What Happened? (2015)
mentioned by Tim Burton
Winners Tape All: The Henderson Brothers Story (2016)
Footage from trailer featured
Mad Scientist Theatre: 50 Movie Mega Pack (2016) (Video)
movie is featured in this DVD collection
Dead Ring (2016)
Plays on the TV and is discussed.
The Most Extreme: Thinkers (TV Episode)
A clip is used.

Spoofed in 

Mystery Science Theater 3000: Racket Girls (1994) (TV Episode)
Spoofed in a host segment, with Jan in the Pan appearing and beginning to do a striptease
Mars Attacks! (1996)
The gadget keeping Pierce Brosnan's head alive is a spoof of the device that kept Jan's head alive in this movie.
Broken (2014) (Short)
inspired by

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