After years - decades, actually - of starring, co-starring, and cameoing in other people's B-movies, Bruce Campbell has gone and made one for himself. In Man with the Screaming Brain, a Sci-Fi Channel production that played a few festivals and on television before hitting DVD, Campbell plays William Cole, a wealthy, boorish business man visiting Bulgaria with his near-estranged wife Jackie (Antionette Byron). Through a set of circumstances bizarre even by science-fiction standards, Cole and his wife become embroiled in two flavors of scheme: underworld revenge and Frankensteinian brain-transplant (the latter courtesy of mad scientist Stacy Keach).
In the fine B-movie tradition of stealing rampantly from disparate films, the story also includes healthy portions of All of Me, Campbell's Evil Dead series, and... well, I thought I could come up with a movie where a humanoid robot woman fights a Bulgarian in a wedding dress, but maybe Man with the Screaming Brain does traffic in some originality after all.
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