The Dark Half (1993)
George Stark: You are disturbing the peaceful mood I'm in. You are disturbing the peaceful frame of mind I'm in. You are disturbing my peaceful frame of mind.
George Stark: Remember, when you fuck with me, you're fucking with the best.
Thad Beaumont: Sounds like the police have been in touch.
Reggie Delesseps: They wanted me to confirm that you were a man of good character. I lied and told them that you were.
Thad Beaumont: They've come to take one of us away, haven't they? Which one?
Reggie Delesseps: The loser, of course. I do hope it's not you, Thaddeus. I'd hate to think of George Stark taking over your lecture group.
George Stark: [voice over the phone, threatening Thad] See if you can figure out where I'm calling from, Thad.
Thad Beaumont: [pauses a second, then realizes] NO!
George Stark: [Thad calls his own home] That was quick, hoss.
Thad Beaumont: [teaching] Most of us keep that inner-being lock up, hidden away. A fiction writer doesn't have to do that. He doesn't have to hide it. He doesn't have to keep it from anything. He can let it out, bring it out into the open. Let it live, let it breathe. Hell, he can let it party - give it the car keys, let it ride!
Male Student: Yes!
Murder Witness: What's going on here?
Murder Witness: Murder! You want some?
George Stark: [after slitting the throat of his literary agent, Rick Cowley, with a cut-throat razor] I've decided to change agents. Sorry, Rick - it's a cut throat business.
Thad Beaumont: I thought you knew about this stuff?
Reggie Delesseps: I don't know about of any of it, nobody does. Except the Almighty, and He seems to be on sabbatical.
George Stark: You have my word - the word of a Southern man, which is not given lightly.