One of the all-time worst. THEY SAVED HITLER'S BRAIN has a mighty cult reputation, but the film is so slow, convoluted, and so badly acted that it is nearly unwatchable, even with the unintentional comedy value. (The best moments all involve Der Fuhrer's severed noggin, which is only
on-screen briefly.) The movie--created by combining footage from a 1950s espionage melodrama with some that appears to have been shot somewhere in the Philippines--details Caire's search for her neurobiologist father who (with her sister) has disappeared. Caire and her husband, Stocker, fly to
Mandoras to search for her family, and it is only a matter of time until the seekers find a b...