Halloween

Halloween quotes

32 total quotes (ID: 259)

Dr. Sam Loomis
Laurie Strode
Multiple Characters
Sheriff Brackett


Lynda: So Annie, are we still on for tonight?
Annie: I wouldn't want to get you in deep trouble, Lynda!
Lynda: Oh come on Annie! Bob and I have been planning it for weeks.
Annie: Alright, the Wallace's leave at seven.
Laurie: I'm babysitting the Doyle's, it's two houses down. We can keep each other company!
Annie: Oh terrific, I've got three choices: Watch the kid sleep, listen to Lynda screw around or talk to you!


Sheriff Brackett: Every kid in Haddonfield thinks this place is haunted.
Loomis: They may be right. Look!
Sheriff Brackett: What is that?
Loomis: It's a dog.
Sheriff Brackett: It's still warm.
Loomis: He got hungry.
Sheriff Brackett: ...It coulda been a skunk.
Loomis: Could have, huh?
Sheriff Brackett: A man wouldn't do that.
Loomis: This isn't a man.

Sheriff Brackett: I have a feeling that you're way off on this.
Loomis: You have the wrong feeling.
Sheriff Brackett: You're not doing very much to prove me wrong!
Loomis: What more do you need?
Sheriff Brackett: Well, it's going to take a lot more than fancy talk to keep me up all night crawling around these bushes.
Loomis: I watched him for fifteen years, sitting in a room staring at a wall, not seeing the wall, looking past the wall, looking at this night, inhumanly patient, waiting for some secret, silent alarm to trigger him off. Death has come to your little town, Sheriff. You can either ignore it or you can help me to stop it.
Sheriff Brackett: More fancy talk.

Tommy: Laurie, what's the boogeyman?
Laurie: There's no such thing.

Tommy: Was it the boogeyman?
Lindsey: I'm scared!
Laurie: There's nothing to be scared of, now get changed.
Tommy: Are you sure?
Laurie: Yes.
Tommy: How?
Laurie: I killed him...
Tommy: You can't kill the boogeyman!

Tommy: What about the boogeyman?
Laurie: There's no such thing.
Tommy: Richie said he was coming after me tonight.
Laurie: Do you believe everything Richie tells you?
Tommy: No.
Laurie: On Halloween night, it's when people play tricks on each other. It's all make-believe. I think Richie was just trying to scare you.
Tommy: I saw the boogeyman. I saw him outside.
Laurie: There was nobody outside.
Tommy: There was!
Laurie: What did he look like?
Tommy: The boogeyman.
Laurie: We're not gettin' anywhere. All right, the boogeyman can only come out on Halloween night, right?...Well, I'm here tonight and I'm not about to let anything happen to you.
Tommy: Promise?
Laurie: Promise.

[into phone] You've got to believe me, Officer, he is coming to Haddonfield... Because I know him - I'm his doctor! You must be ready for him... If you don't, it's your funeral!

[to herself] Well, kiddo, I thought you outgrew superstition.

[to Lynda, on the phone] Are you fooling around again? Well, I'll kill you if this is a joke.

[to Tommy] There's no boogey man, and if you don't stop all this, I'm gonna have to turn off the TV and send you to bed.

Everybody's havin' a good time tonight.

Excuse me, Laurie...I didn't mean to startle you...You know, it's Halloween. I guess everyone's entitled to one good scare.

He's gone from here. The evil is gone.

I met him fifteen years ago. I was told there was nothing left. No reason, no, uh, conscience, no understanding and even the most rudimentary sense of life or death, of good or evil, right or wrong. I met this six year old child with this blank, pale, emotionless face, and the blackest eyes, the devil's eyes. I spent eight years trying to reach him and then another seven trying to keep him locked up because I realized that what was living behind that boy's eyes was purely and simply evil...He's been here once tonight. I think he'll come back. I'm gonna wait for him.

Probably kids...and all they took was some Halloween masks, a rope, and a couple of knives.