Friday the 13th (1980)
Alice: The boy. Is he dead, too?
Alice: The boy. Jason.
Alice: In the lake, the one... the one who attacked me. The one who pulled me underneath the water.
Tierney: Ma'am, we didn't find any boy.
Alice: But... then he's still out there.
Mrs. Voorhees: Did you know a young boy drowned the year before those two others were killed? The counselors weren't paying any attention... They were making love while that young boy drowned. His name was Jason. I was working the day that it happened. Preparing meals... here. I was the cook. Jason should've been watched. Every minute. He was... he wasn't a very good swimmer. We can go now, dear.
Mrs. Voorhees: [high voice] Kill her, Mommy! Kill her! Don't let her get away, Mommy! Don't let her live!
Mrs. Voorhees: I won't, Jason. I won't!
Mrs. Voorhees: You let him drown! You never paid any attention. Look what you did to him.
[pulls out a large hunting knife]
Mrs. Voorhees: Look what you did to him!
Jason: [in flashback] Help me! Help! Help, Mommy! Help! Help, Mommy! Mommy, help!
Mrs. Voorhees: I am, Jason. I am.
The Truck Driver: I tell ya, he's causing problems enough for your boss with all that talk... goddamn nuisance... Did he tell you anything?
Annie: Oh, I'll be cooking for fifty kids and ten staff. The campers will mostly be like inner-city children.
The Truck Driver: I mean about what happened.
[the truck driver shakes head]
Annie: Come on, there's something you're not telling me.
The Truck Driver: Quit. Quit now.
Annie: Quit? Why would I wanna quit?
The Truck Driver: Camp Crystal Lake is jinxed.
Annie: Oh, terrific. Not you, too! You sound like your crazy friend back there, Ralph.
The Truck Driver: Did Christy ever tell you 'bout the two kids murdered in '58? Boy drowning in '57? Buncha fires. Nobody knows who did any of 'em. In 1962, they was gonna open up... the water was bad. Christy'll end up just like his folks, crazy and broke. He's been up there a year fixin' up that place. He musta dropped 25 thousand dollars, and for what? Ask anybody, quit.
Annie: I can't.
The Truck Driver: Dumb kids. Know-it-alls. Just like my niece, heads fulla rocks.
Annie: You're an American Original.
The Truck Driver: [mocking] I'm an American Original. Dumb kid.
Ned: [Runs around howling like an Indian in a headdress, he sees a Police officer staring at him] Oh, shit.
Mrs. Voorhees: Come, dear. It'll be easier for you than it was for Jason.
Ned: [shoots arrow at target after Brenda sets it up] Ta-da!
Brenda: Are you crazy?
Ned: Wanna see my trick shot? It's even better.
Brenda: I don't believe you!
Ned: [imitating Humphrey Bogart] You know, you're beautiful when you're angry, sweetheart.
Brenda: Oh, yeah?
Brenda: Are you gonna help me or scare me to death? If you do that again, I'll tack you up to the wall to dry.
Ned: Yeah! I love that sexy talk.
Mrs. Voorhees: You see, Jason was my son, and today is his birthday...
[while playing strip Monopoly]
Alice: Baltic Avenue.
Bill: No one ever lands on Baltic Avenue.
Alice: I think it's a pretty color. I'll buy it.
[Bill rolls and lands on Baltic Avenue]
Alice: Ha. Baltic Avenue. You owe me one boot.
Brenda: Alice draws first blood.
Bill: That's a terrible way to talk about my feet.
The Truck Driver: All the girls up there gonna look as good as you?
Annie: I don't know.
Crazy Ralph: You're going to Camp Blood, ain't ya?
The Truck Driver: Goddammit, Ralph, get outta here! Go on, get! Leave people alone!
Crazy Ralph: You'll never come back again.
The Truck Driver: Oh, shut up, Ralph.
Crazy Ralph: It's got a death curse!
Alice: Bill? Steve wants to know if we need more paint.
Bill: Paint's all right. Need more thinner.
Bill: Alice. Did the others show up?
Alice: Yeah, everybody except that girl Annie.
Bill: Think you're gonna last all summer?
Alice: I don't know if i'm gonna last all week.
Alice: I'll tell Steve about the thinner.
Officer Dorf: You kids keep your noses clean, you understand? You'll be hearing from me if you don't! We ain't gonna stand for any weirdness out here!
Officer Dorf: I'm looking for somebody.
Ned: Now, who's that?
Officer Dorf: Guy named Ralph. Town crazy.
Ned: [acting silly with the stereotypical Native American headdress on] Well, there's no crazy people around here!
Officer Dorf: I told you to sit on it, Tonto!
Ned: He neglected to mention that downtown they call this place Camp Blood.
Marcie: Next, they're going to tell us there are poisonous snakes in the outhouse and crocodiles in the lake.
Jack: The crocodiles are in the cabin.
Claudette: [having sex] Barry's out of bounds... Barry...
Barry: Come on, a man's not made out of stone.
Claudette: [whispers] Somebody's there!
Barry: [notices who it is] We weren't doing anything. We were just messing...
Crazy Ralph: I'm a messenger of God. You're doomed if you stay here!
Alice: [finds a bloody axe in someone's bed] What is going on?
Brenda: [upon repairing the generator] What hath God wrought?
Steve Christy: Well, hi. What are you doing out in this mess?
[he gets stabbed]
Ned: [after dancing around, doing a rain dance with a stereotypical Native American headdress on] Yeah, right, I'm just fooling around...
Officer Dorf: Hey, can it, Cochise.
Jack: [seeing Bill with a machete raised] Jesus, Bill! What are you doing?
Bill: There's a snake in here!
Marcie: Why are we in here?
Alice: [a snake is under the bed] I can't sleep if there's a snake in here!
Bill: I can't kill it until it comes out.
Alice: Well, call him!
Bill: How do you call a snake?
Alice: [Bill's just killed the snake] Is it dead?
Ned: Either that or it's got a very short clone.
Marcie: Well, at least we know what's for dinner.
Annie: Guess I always wanted to work with children. I hate when people call 'em kids. Sounds like little goats. But when you've had a dream as long as I have, you'll do anything.
Officer Dorf: What you been smoking, boy?
Jack: Smoking? Don't smoke; causes cancer.
Officer Dorf: You know what I mean. What, did you just get off a spaceship or something? Come on. Colombian gold, man. Grass, hash, the weed, dig it?
Mrs. Voorhees: [seeing Brenda's dead body] Oh, good Lord! So young. So pretty. Oh, what monster could have done this?
Alice: Bill's out there.
Tierney: It's not bad enough to have Friday the 13th, we've gotta have a full moon too. We keep statistics. We have more accidents, more rapes, more robberies, more homicides, more of everything when there's a full moon. It upsets people. Makes them nuts.
Steve Christy: You're making a science out of coincidence.
Jack: It's gonna storm! It's gonna tear down that valley like a son of gun!
Marcie: I've been afraid of storms ever since I was a little kid.
Jack: No really!
Marcie: Yeah I had this dream about five or six times when I'm in a thunderstorm. And it's raining really hard, it sounds like pebbles when it hits the ground. I can hear it! I try to block out the sound with my hands only it doesn't work, the sound keeps getting louder and louder. And then the rain turns to blood, and it washes away in little rivers, and then the sound stops.
Jack: It was just a dream!
Marcie: I know! I call it my shower dream.