The Incredible 2-Headed Transplant


Horror / Sci-Fi

IMDb Rating 3.5 10 1435

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Uploaded By: FREEMAN
July 13, 2021 at 03:17 PM


Bruce Dern as Roger
Casey Kasem as Ken
Pat Priest as Linda
808.61 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 28 min
P/S 42 / 137

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Boba_Fett1138 4 / 10

Totally insane...that's why it's still fun.

Obviously this is a bad movie. But what else did you expect from a movie with a title such as this one has. I'll admit, this movie its title is the only reason why I really wanted to see it and no, I also certainly don't regret I did. Yes, it's still being a bad movie but it's just one of those movies that is fun to watch, regardless of how bad things get in this movie.

The movie does work out as fun because of its insane and silly concept. Main concept of the movie is a scientist experimenting on putting two heads on one body. But I seriously still don't understand with what purpose the professor was executing his experiments. As far as I understood it, it all had something to do with successfully transplanting limbs from one body onto another but this all doesn't explain why our dear professor and his disabled assistant are experimenting with putting extra heads onto animals bodies. But needless to say that this is simply one of those movies you really shouldn't think too much about, while watching it.

I was really interest to see how they had done the two heads effect on one human body in this movie. The answer is; poorly. It's quite laughable actually. For certain shots they used an obvious (very) fake puppet head, that never gets shown from the front and for its close-ups it's basically the one guy standing very close behind the other guys back, to create the illusion of two heads on one body. This should pretty much sum up how this entire movie is being like. Silly, cheap, poorly done and just overall bad but you still can't help being amused by it all.

No, it's not really a story with much good story and that also is really foremost its downfall. This movie could had still been a much better and more entertaining one if more was happening in it. Now the 'monster's rampage doesn't happen until far into the movie. It's all such a big waste and shame. Surely they could had come up with some more original and entertaining stuff than what they show in the eventual movie. They waste too much time with this movie by setting up its shallow characters and shaky plot, that is being filled with holes and inconsistencies.

I also just love it how mentally challenged persons why behave like little kids in movies always wear dungarees. In this movie that isn't any different and he's constantly wearing the same sweater as well in this movie to complete things. I also just love how insane and over-the-top the smirking murderer is in this movie. Those two are the persons who get attached to one and the same body in this movie, so prepare yourself for lots of insane madness.

The movie foremost sounds like a crazy B-monster movie from the '50's and for most part the movie is also really being that way but it it's actually an '70's movie, so it's still has lots of hints of the exploitation genre in it as well. The movie is not that bloody or gory but it still features plenty of killings and also some nudity. The camera-work and especially its editing are being quite experimental at times, which also makes it all the more apparent that you're watching an '70's movie here.

Funny that somehow Bruce Dern ended up being in this mess, that foremost is still being a silly/bad fun one to watch.


Reviewed by 13Funbags 4 / 10

Not the worst movie about a guy who gets a second head sewn on.

What can you expect from a movie when Pat Priest and Casey Kasem are the most famous people in it? You say I'm insane, Bruce Dern is the most famous person in it? But you're wrong. He's not famous at all because I've never heard of him. I assume he was famous in the 60's or the 20's or whenever you thought you were cool but no one under 50 knows him. Anyway,this is much better than The Thing With Two Heads.The plot is much better and although there's less action, it's somehow less boring. Unlike that other movie this transplant was done by a rogue mad scientist, using unwilling subjects. He uses the body of a huge mentally challenged teen and the second head is from a psychotic rapist and you know that can't be a good combo. So of course the giant goes crazy and wreaks havoc. My only problem with the movie is the inclusion of Casey Kasem. His part was completely unnecessary and his acting was atrocious.You could literally edit him out and no one would notice. All we know about Kasem's character is that he is a doctor in the city. From what they say and what we see, it looks like the city is not close. Yet for some reason, when a body washes up on a river bank, Kasem is there with the sheriff. What?? Not to mention that when they turn on the radio it's Kasem's voice coming out. Those little things don't really hurt what is a very average movie. This is definitely worth watching.

Reviewed by MartianOctocretr5 5 / 10

Two heads are weirder than one

Casey Kasem, Marilyn Munster, Bruce Dern, and Seymour in a campy horror cheapsterpiece that is good for some laughs.

Bruce Dern is a mad doctor/scientist, and of course, nobody has ever seen a mad scientist in a movie before. He concocts a plan to take a dead head off one guy, and surgically attach it to another guy. Neither he nor you will ever know why he wants to do this, but it provides the backbone for this juicy camp novelty, that looks to have been made on a budget of about ten bucks, and two S&H green stamps. Casey Kasem was not doing a top 40 show or Scooby Doo cartoon that week, so he drops by. He's a colleague of Dern, but not nuts like Dr. Dern is. I love the scenes where our hero, Dr. Kasem, turns on the radio, to listen to his own voice doing the radio news announcer. Pat (Marilyn Munster) Priest is the blonde bombshell romantic interest (of more than one character, if you catch my drift). And of course, the two-headed transplant: both actors combine to actually give this awkward looking beast some real emotion.

They're all good, in a campy way, but a special treat this movie had was a popular local late night horror host seen here in L.A. in those days, named Larry "Seymour, the Master of the Macabre" Vincent. He used to offer up golden turkey monster flicks, in order to poke fun at their awfulness, MST3K style. He roasted himself for doing "Transplant," although his all-to-brief screen before making a routine horror film exit, was actually pretty good acting. Sadly, Seymour died fairly young, leaving this as one of his few film appearances.

The idea is goofy, but the script has enough going on that the actors can work with it. They all seem to have had fun making the flick, too. Considering the z-budget, it's not bad at all. This can actually be entertaining if you go in expecting dumb but amusing camp.

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