Lord of Illusions (1995)
Butterfield: A lot of people believed in Nix. They haven't forgotten his promise.
Ray Miller: About...?
Ray Miller: What about death?
Butterfield: It's an illusion.
Loomis: What's the story? Was the kid really possessed?
Harry D'Amour: Probably.
Loomis: You gonna tell me by what?
Harry D'Amour: Oh, you know, the usual.
Exorcised Boy: Taste the darkness, D'Amour, it's been waiting for you.
Butterfield: You ever watched a man die? If you watch very closely, you can sometimes see the soul escaping. And if you're very quick, you can catch it.
Butterfield: [to D'Amour] You don't have a clue what you're into, did you?
Ray Miller: I feel it!
Butterfield: [to Tapert] Shhhh.
Harry D'Amour: Deep shit?
Dorothea: [talking about Nix] Think he'll be in a fit state to resurrect after 13 years?
Butterfield: If he was just a man, like me, then no. But... he's not.
Dorothea: What is he, then?
Butterfield: Maybe he'll show you.
Harry D'Amour: Any movie stars buried here?
Harry D'Amour: It's not a bad place. It's warm, lots of palm trees.
Valentin: I don't think the dead much care.
Harry D'Amour: You sure?
Valentin: Are you a believer, then?
Harry D'Amour: Oh, yeah. I signed on for all of them in my time. Catholic, Hindu, Moonies. You can't have too many saviors.
Title Card: There are two worlds of magic. One is the glittering domain of the illusionist. The other is a secret place, where magic is a terrifying reality. Here, men have the power of demons. And Death itself is an illusion.
Nix: [fire in his hand] And the fire said to me, said to me... Nix, Nix, you are my instrument. From now on you shall be known as "The Puritan".
Harry D'Amour: [missing body] He got up and walked!
Maureen Pimm: After that fall he would have broken half his bones.
Harry D'Amour: I don't think he'd have given a shit.