Parts: The Clonus Horror (1979) (part 7 of 7)
It’s nighttime now, and a bunch of goons are pulling up to Older Richard’s house. Among them is Jeff Knight. Jeff confronts Richard, wanting to talk, and all the men file inside.
Jeff wants to know where the clone is and where the tape is, but Richard claims to have no idea about either. Jeff doesn’t buy it, so Richard responds that they might as well kill him then. But first, he attempts to confuse them by speaking in babble: “Besides, if you kill me, you’re only out a few new parts. Can you do that? Then reprogram my mind so I won’t cause you so much trouble? Maybe even dance at your inauguration?” If you have any clue what he’s talking about, please let me know.
Jeff insists that he “will be president!” One goon holds Richard down while another takes out a hypodermic needle. At this, another Bad Movie staple rears its ugly head as Richard starts referencing the Bible. “Cain raised up, and slew Abel…” Yadda, yadda. After wearing out that cliché, he switches tacks, saying the whole Clonus setup is “clean, simple, neat… Just like Auschwitz!” Yep, I sure can’t get enough references to the Holocaust in bad sci-fi movies, can you?