Endangered Species (1982)
Ruben Castle: So how you like chasin' bad guys?
Harriet Purdue: Aw, we don't have many bad guys out here in the sticks, Lieutenant.
Ruben Castle: Lesson Number One: There are bad guys everywhere.
Steele: We spent a lot of shit on this, Morgan, waiting for the right - the right conditions. We duplicated fucking Moscow here. We're this close, do you understand? Nothing is gonna get in our way. Nothing.
Chester: [breaking away from kissing] Hey, hey. How old are you?
Mackenzie Castle: Nineteen.
Chester: No - Really?
Mackenzie Castle: Chicken.
Harriet Purdue: Fred, I showed you Ben Morgan's body. The man virtually *exploded*.
Mayor: What do you expect out of somebody who was thrown out of a damned pickup truck?
Joe Hiatt: You know in almost every case, bright lights in the sky, no tracks, strange noises...
Ruben Castle: UFOs, huh?
Joe Hiatt: Look pal, if it's UFOs, it's bigger than all of us. That's like saying God did it. But if it's not UFOs...
Ruben Castle: Those two couldn't mutilate a hot dog without leaving tracks. This devil cult stuff is just to throw you off. You better keep looking, Sheriff.
Ruben Castle: What are you doin'?
Mackenzie Castle: Nothin'.
Ruben Castle: What are you grinnin' at?
Mackenzie Castle: Nothin'!
Ruben Castle: You're sixteen, that guy's thirty years old!
Mackenzie Castle: So what? My mother was sixteen when she married you, right?
Ruben Castle: So what?
Mackenzie Castle: Yeah? So I like older men. They remind me of the father I never had.
Ruben Castle: Oh, yeah, yeah? Well, you got one now, kid.
Dr. Ross: The test results from the catalog that you sent to me were interesting.
Harriet Purdue: Really! What'd you find?
Dr. Ross: First, the incisions. Laser surgery is what I'd have to guess. And we also found traces of a rare bacterium: Clostridium botulinum.
Harriet Purdue: What?
Dr. Ross: Botulinum. It's a poison, extremely deadly. And uh, this particular strain has been modified by gene splicing.
Harriet Purdue: Where does it come from?
Dr. Ross: Well, I'd never sign my name to this. Uh, Lieutenant Castle did say he wouldn't quote me?
Harriet Purdue: No, I won't.
Dr. Ross: Yes, well, uh, the only place I've ever heard of it showing up was in some germ warfare tests that the government was doing, back before this was all banned, back in 1969 and 1970. So, what have you got going on out there?
Ruben Castle: If what's goin' on around here is organized, you don't want to go up against it. The government, the right wing, the left wing, mercenaries, the mob... It doesn't make much difference if you get in their way.