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  • Format: Colour, Dolby, DVD-Video, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.66:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: R (Restricted) (US MPAA rating. See details.)
  • Studio: Mondo Macabre
  • DVD Release Date: 31 Oct. 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000HXDWSW
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 316,240 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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A man grows up in an ideal world, a sort of campus where everybody is promised that one day they'll graduate and go to "America". Then he discovers the truth, that "America" is where he and his fellow clones will be kept in cold storage until they're needed to be ripped asunder for the spare parts needed to infinitely prolong the lives of the privileged elite of America (one of whom is called George W).

Our hero escapes. But when he finds the truth...he wants to go back to his formerly "perfect" life, no matter what that involves. Jeepers, but these low-budget, paranoid seventies thrillers sometimes touched some real nerves. The movie has that lovely cold look often captured in genre movies of the time, and is made with considerable skill, despite having obviously been achieved for very small money.

Timothy Donnelly and Paulette Breen, as the hero and his girlfriend, are as bland as the heroes of any amount of coming of age stories from the late seventies. At the start, they'd fit neatly into "The Paper Chase" or some other going to college movie. And I think that's the whole point. Raised on promises that the good life can be theirs if only they behave themselves, they are completely helpless in the face of the "truth".

The recent "Moon" came to mind while I was watching this; another decent movie about a man who discovers the unhappy truth about his existence and tries to face down the implications. Both movies cop out a little at the end in pursuit of something sellable as a "happy" ending, "Moon" moreseo than "Clonus".
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By Jalllala on 23 Sept. 2014
Format: DVD
Early proto-synth score and glimpses of a long-gone 1970s America (some painfully nostalgic street and suburb location shooting) aside there is NOTHING to recommend this movie. The acting, even from veterans like Keenan Wynn, is of the level of "bad school play" which also adequately describes the sets, production values and lighting/photography - All abysmal. If anyone can tell whether or not Peter Graves is giving a nuanced performance then they`re a better judge than me - Clench-jawed in Mission Impossible or piss-take in Airplane is about his level. As if the previous ninety minutes weren`t bad enough then the laughable ending scuppers any chance this has of being taken even remotely seriously. I understand Mystery Science Theater lampooned this and it`s not hard to see why. The Mondo Macabre US disc lavishes wholly undeserved special edition status upon it replete with director commentary and a half-hour interview. Picture is horrible so your tolerance for the package as a whole will be entirely dependant on whether or not you already know and like the movie.
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I bought this on the recommendation of a colleague, who has a penchant for this type of thriller/horror from the 1970's.
Telling the story of a large group of cloned teenagers in a secret compound somewhere near Milwalkee, and being basically "farmed" for their organs, with political undertones, it is worth the 4 stars I give it.
The acting is adequately good, some of the women resemble Farrah Fawcett-Majors, and it even features Peter Graves (Mission Impossible and, of course, Captain Over in Airplane).
The only scary bits really aren't. I can only guess it warrants an 18 because you can see the occasional female breast and pubic hair of the frozen naked bodies strung up in the freezer.
A dark ending with the promise of hope for those poor unsuspecting clones!
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I had seen this film years ago when it was released on VHS and enjoyed it thoroughly. This recent DVD release is exceptional in both quality and content. We get a very informative director's commentary as well as the trailer.
Well-known actors in support include Peter Graves, Keenan Wynn, Lurene Tuttle, Dick Sargent, Frank Ashmore and David Hooks. In the leads we have Tim Donnelly and Paulette Breen. If you are into Clone movies - another forgotten gem is titled simply -The Clones (1973) and features Stanley Adams, Michael Greene and Gregory Sierra, which I would also like to see released on DVD.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By C. Bourne on 10 Aug. 2009
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This film is supposed to be the fore runner of the famous film "The Island". There are some similarities between the two however - the Clonus is firmly entrenched in the past and now appears to be more of a TV film than a blockbuster. It is different enough to make it worth watching!
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