Horror Movie Quotes–Which ones made chills run up and down your spine?

1.  – Body Snatchers

“Where you gonna go, where you gonna run, where you gonna hide? Nowhere… ‘Cause there’s no one like you left.

That one still gives me the tinglies.  This is from the made for t.v. version of Invasion of the Body Snatchers, 1993.  Not the best movie, but when an abnormally subdued-ly dressed Meg Tilly says this….whew..chills!

2.  –Dawn of the Dead

“When there’s no more room in Hell, the dead will

walk the Earth.”

That’s the excuse some televangelist has for the zombies overrunning the planet in George Romero’s 1978 movie.

3.  – Night of the Living Dead

“They’re coming to get you Barbara!”

Barbara’s brother says this to Barbara in jest-right before he gets killed and zombified in George Romero’s genre starter–1968s Night of the Living Dead.

4.  – A Nightmare on Elm Street

“1 – 2 – Freddy’s coming for you

3 – 4 – Better lock your door5 – 6 – Grab your crucifix
7 – 8 – Better stay up late
9 – 10 – Never sleep again…”

ahhh…memories….I used to sing this to my little sister who would run away in abject terror.  I was merciless, sorry sis.  It creeped me out too.

5.   – The Poltergeist

“They’re Here-e-e-e-e…!”

Little blonde girl says this to her parents while talking to the white noise from the television.  Right before she gets sucked in to her closet because of the angry Native American spirits who were disturbed by suburbia being built upon their graves….’nuff said.

I know that there are a lot more out there.  Feel free to comment and add more.

4 thoughts on “Horror Movie Quotes–Which ones made chills run up and down your spine?

  1. Meg Tilly was in Body Snatchers?! I always remember her from Valmont, but dude, even the Body Snatchers movie poster freaks me out! What about: “Hi, I’m Chucky. Wanna play?” You can guess where that one came from.

  2. Great now I’ll never get to sleep tonight after you brought up the freddy song.Another good quote even though it’s not from a horror movie is “Have you ever danced with the devil in the pale moonlight” from the Joker in the first Batman,not really that scary but it sounds like it should be,and also “Have you checked the children?” from When a stranger calls.

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