The Brain That Wouldn't Die (1962) is a surprisingly gruesome black and white film about a decrepit doctor who's been performing experimental transplants on both humans and guinea pigs. (The phrase does come from somewhere, after all.) He's on the way to his country home one day when he ends up in a horrible car crash that decapitates his fiance Jan. Instead of letting her die, he performs that ultimate sin and keeps her head alive while he seeks out a proper body to murder and fuse with her head. And when you're picking out your girlfriend a new body, why not choose a bikini model, right? That's exactly what he does, kidnapping his ex girlfriend (Adele Lamont) after a long look at her posing for the camera and taking her back to his lab, where Jan's Head a mutant monster he once created are trapped. Long story short, the monster and Jan's Head team up to destroy the evil doctor, and everyone dies but the bikini model. That's not all, either—we also get a really great shot of Bonnie Sharie in a girl fight with another woman playing a stripper, both of which are wearing nothing but lingerie. Thank god some of these women have bodies.