The Mist

The Mist quotes

43 total quotes (ID: 944)

Amanda Dumfries
Dan Miller
David Drayton
Mrs. Carmody
Ollie Weeks

There's no defense against the will of God. There's no court of appeals in hell. The end times have come; not in flames, but in mist...

David Drayton: We have to get out of here. I mean permanently.
Mike Hatlen: Why? We've got plenty to eat!
David Drayton: But what happens when one of those things decides to break through this window? I'm talkin' one of the big ones, like the one that killed Norm.
Dan Miller: Yeah, the flaming torch idea didn't work out so well. Almost burned the goddamn store down.

Amanda Dumfries: Who knows how far this mist has spread? It could be the entire eastern seaboard.
David Drayton: It could be the whole world for all we know. It wouldn't make us any less dead.

Welcome to Sesame Street. Today's word is 'expiation.'

[to Amanda] The day I need a friend like you, I'll just have myself a little squat and shit one out.

Ollie Weeks: I... killed her....
David Drayton: Thank you, Ollie.
Ollie Weeks: I shot her, David. I wouldn't have done that if there had been any other way.
David Drayton: Like I said, thank you, Ollie

The beast will leave us alone tonight. Tomorrow... tomorrow we'll just have to wait and see...

You scare people badly enough, you'll get them to do anything. They'll turn to whoever promises a solution. Or whatever.

Feed him to the beasts!

[Seeing otherworldly insects gather on the store windows] "And they came out of the smoke, locusts upon the earth; and unto them was given the power, even as the scorpions of the earth..." wow... look at those stingers!

Don't go out there. It's death out there. It's the end of days.

Private Jessup: I heard stuff. Like they thought that there were other dimensions. Other worlds, all around us. They wanted to try and make a window so they could look through and see what's on the other side.
Mrs. Carmody: Well maybe your window turned out to be a door!

[after slapping Mrs. Carmody] I'm sorry everybody, but this lady's perspective is a little too Old Testament for my tastes.

By tomorrow night, when those things come back, she'll have a congregation. And then we can worry about who she's gonna sacrifice to make it all better.

Are you guys being willfully dense?