Halloween movie quotes
Lori: What kind of boogman?
Lori Strode: Was it a boogman?
Dr. Loomis: Actually it is.
Dr. Loomis: Actually it is.
Bob: I can’t help it. The phone continues to ring.
Lori: Linda, if it’s a joke, I’ll kill you!
Graveyard Keeper: Damn children. They do it all the time. (The tombstone of Judith Myers was torn out.)
Graveyard Keeper: Damn children. They do it all the time.
Brackett: Doctor, do you know what Haddonfield is? Families, children, all lined up and down these streets. Are you telling me that they lined up the slaughterhouse?
Dr. Loomis: They can be.
Brackett: Well, I’ll stay with you all night, just in case you’re right. And if you’re right … damn it for letting him go.
Dr. Loomis: He came home!
Dr. Loomis: This is not a man!
Brackett: You know it’s Halloween. I think everyone has the right to one good panic, huh?
Dr. Loomis: I met him fifteen years ago. I was told that there was nothing left. I met this six-year-old child, with this empty, pale, insensitive face and the darkest eyes … eyes * of the devil *. I spent eight years trying to get through to him, and then seven more, trying to keep him locked up, because I realized that what lives behind the eyes of this boy was clean and simple … * evil *.
Lori: “I already lost it.”
Lori: I already lost this.
Judith Myers: “Michael is somewhere nearby.”
Judith Myers: Michael is somewhere nearby.
Dr. Loomis: “He had the blackest eyes. The eyes of the devil. ”
Dr. Loomis: He had the blackest eyes. Eyes of the devil.
Lori: “Tommy, it’s me! Tommy, open up! Tommy, please!”
Lori: Tommy, it’s me! Tommy, open up! Tommy, please!
Marion: “Your compassion is staggering, doctor.”
Marion: Your compassion is staggering, doctor.
Michael Myers, 21: I’m not Michael, I’m a clown.
Dr. Loomis: He came home.
Dr. Loomis: Sheriff, death has come to your small town.
Linda: See what you like?
Lori: it was a boogman
Lori: It was a boogman.
Dr. Loomis: really. It was
Dr. Loomis: Two road blocks and All Point Bulleten will not stop a 5-year-old child.
Bob: Don’t get dressed …
Annie: Hello, moron! Speed is killing!
Annie: Hello, moron! SPEED KILLS! [car stops]
Lori: Tommy! (Knocks on Doyle’s door) Tommy, it’s me! Tommy! Tommy!
Lori: Tommy! [knocks on Doyle’s door] Tommy, it’s me! Tommy! Tommy!
Annie: Still scared?
Lori: I was not scared.
Lori: I haven’t been! I saw someone standing in Mr. Riddle’s backyard.
Annie: Probably Mr. Riddle!
Lori: He was watching me.
Annie: Mr. Riddle was watching you? Lori, Mr. Riddle is eighty-seven years old!
Lori: He can still watch.
Annie: That’s probably all he can do!
Lori: Was that a man?
Lori: [after Michael falls from the balcony] It was a boogman.
Dr. Loomis: Actually it is.
Linda: (Michael Myers stays outside the bedroom, dressed like a ghost on a white sheet) – Honey, Bob … Very sweet. See something you like? What’s the matter? Can I get your ghost, Bob? Good good. Come on, where is my beer? OK, are you not going to answer me? … Alright, don’t answer me.
Linda: (Michael Myers stays outside the bedroom, dressed like a ghost on a white sheet) Darling, Bob. Very cute. See something you like? What’s the matter? Can I get your ghost, Bob? Good good. Come on, where is my beer? OK, are you not going to answer me? Ok, don’t answer me.
Lori: (Tommy Doyle and Lindsay) – Now just listen to me. I want you to go down the stairs … and out through the front door. And I want you to go down the street to Mackenzie’s house … I want you to tell them to call the police. And tell them to send them here … Now, do you understand me?
Lori: (Tommy Doyle and Lindsay) Now just listen to me. I want you to go down the stairs and out through the front door. And I want you to go down the street to Mackenzie’s house. And tell them to send them here. Now you understand me?
Tommy: There is a boogman! He is outside! Look, there’s a boogman outside!
Lori: What’s wrong?
Tommy: I saw a boogman! I know it –
Tommy: I saw a boogman! I know it.
Lori: Oh, Tommy, stop it! … you scare Lindsay.
Lori: Oh, Tommy, stop it! You scare Lindsay.
Tommy: Richie said he would come for me tonight.
Lori: Do you believe everything that Richie tells you?
Lori: Tommy, Halloween night … this is when people make fun of each other … All this makes you believe. I think Richie was just trying to scare.
Brackett: (about Michael’s escape and his arrival at Haddonfield) – Damn, you let him go.
Bracket: (about Michael’s escape and his arrival at Haddonfield). Damn you letting him go.
Brackett: Every child in Haddonfield thinks this place is haunted.
Dr. Loomis: They may be right.
Annie: Oh, amazing, I have three options: watch the baby sleep, listen to Linda hanging out, or talk to you!
Dr. Loomis: Hey! Hey Lonnie, get your ass out of there!
Brackett: someone burst into a hardware store. Probably children.
Annie: You blame the children for everything.
Bracket: All they took were Halloween masks, a rope and a couple of knives. Who do you think it was?
Annie: It’s hard to grow up with a cynical father.
Brackett: won’t you be late?
Brackett: I said you’re not going to be late ?!
Bracket: I said, you are not going to be late ?!
Annie: He screams too.
Cemetery keeper: Yes, you know that something similar happens in every city … I remember in Russellville, old Charlie Bowles, about fifteen years ago … One night he finished dinner and apologized at the table. He went into the garage and took a hacksaw. Then he returned to the house, kissed his wife and his two children goodbye.