Cry of the Banshee (1970)
Maureen Whitman: It's as though we're all seeds of evil.
Roderick: Winter's coming in and the wolves coming with it.
Lord Edward Whitman: Oona. Of course. Once I showed her mercy. I should have killed her.... Burke. I don't care how you do it - bring Oona to me.
Bully boy: [to Maggie] We can make you die a minute every day for a year.
Lord Edward Whitman: [to the crowd partying at his castle, when they have been frightened by a wolf's howl] That mad dog that you all thought the product of sorcery is DEAD.
[glowering, he adds after a moment:]
Lord Edward Whitman: Now drink, dance, and be merry.
[panicking because everyone is dying]
Lord Edward Whitman: Light. Light. Sean. Burke. I want this house to shine as bright as noon.
[when asked what is written on the gravestone]
Mickey: It says, "Born by fire, dies by fire." What it means, don't ask me. It don't even rhyme.
Lord Edward Whitman: [proudly, to his sons] You may have heard that they think of me as some kind of monster in the village.
Villager: Who'd have use for a dead man's hand, Mister Mickey, sir?
Mickey: Witches, my boy. There's evil around.
Margaret Donald: When I'm flying, I can shoot down any Christian who sees me and does not cross himself.
Lord Edward Whitman: How much are we paying the weepers?
Bully boy: Five groats a head, my lord.
Lord Edward Whitman: See that they weep til dawn.