Long unavailable except on late night TV and now on DVD, Ray Milland and Roosevelt Grier put their heads together to come up this politically correct movie before the term "politically correct".
It looks like director Lee Frost is challenging Rodger Corman for best director of a cultural movie. He may have a ways to go.
Roosevelt Grier wakes up face to face with Ray Milland who had his head grafted on to Rosey's body. Naturally one is a bigot and the other is a criminal. This looks so real that you would think not that Ray has a plastic head. They must explain this to friends and there is the obligatory chase scene. This is a must for motorcycle enthusiasts.
Lila (Chelsea Brown) wants to know if he has two of anything else.
on 29 December 2014
Love this movie, love this genre, and love Rosey Grier! For anyone who thinks Transformers is the best movie ever this is NOT for you. Sure there are flaws in The Thing With Two Heads (so many of them down to budget) but it's the most creative, charming, entertaining movie you're likely to see. PLUS Rosey Grier, aside from being a retired American Football player, is also the man who tackled Robert Kennedy's assassin. Remarkable man, great movie