Design is from a movie poster for The Brain That Wouldn't Die, a really bad 1962 horror movie.
The film focuses upon a mad doctor who develops the means to keep human body parts alive. He keeps his fiancee's severed head alive for days, and also keeps a lumbering, malformed brute (one of his earlier failed experiments) imprisoned in a closet.
The Brain That Wouldn't Die has received mostly negative reviews from critics, with many criticizing the film for its excessive violence. Dennis Schwartz from Ozus' World Movie Reviews gave the film a C+ grade. In his review, Schwartz criticized the film's acting, dialogue, and "awkward" direction, summarizing, "Though others might find it risible and in bad taste, it's hard to completely dislike a film that is so perversely entertaining and has no redeeming social values but is funny in all the wrong ways". -- Wikipedia
This pullover hoodie is markedly soft, unisex with a loose fit that is versatile and lends itself to daily wear. Spun from a plush fabric that is made up of cotton and polyester fibers, this hoodie features an up-to-date fit, hood with white draw-cords, kangaroo pocket, ribbed cuffs and waistband.
.: Retail fit
.: 52% combed ring-spun cotton; 48% polyester
.: Medium fabric (6.5 oz/yd² (210 g/m²))
.: Sewn in label
.: Runs true to size
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