Dead Silence (2007)
Children's Rhyme: Beware the stare of Mary Shaw / She had no children only dolls / And if you see her in your dreams / Be sure to never ever scream.
Det. Jim Lipton: [to Jamie] If you say I told you so, I'll shoot you.
Det. Jim Lipton: [walks up to Jamie] Can you help me with a missing persons case? I'm looking for a male.
[points to Jamies Head]
Det. Jim Lipton: Bout this tall. Sometimes seen with a hand up his ass.
Det. Jim Lipton: [to Jaime, after Jaime pushes him down] Jaime! You don't want to make me chase you!
Det. Jim Lipton: [after Jaime drives away, heads to his car] I don't even have a full tank of gas!
Lisa Ashen: [to Doll] If you scare Jamie I'll give you 7 minutes in heaven with my Barbie.
Jamie Ashen: What do you want me to tell you!
Det. Jim Lipton: Something less perplexing than a ghost story.
Det. Jim Lipton: You know, Jamie, you really are forcing me to use the word 'perplexed' an awful lot, lately.
Jamie Ashen: [reciting the nursery rhyme] Beware the stare of Mary Shaw / She had no children, only dolls / And if you see her in your dreams / Be sure to never ever scream.
[about Mary Shaw]
Henry Walker: Ever since she was buried, Raven's Fair has been plagued by death. Families murdered. They were found without their tongues.
Jamie Ashen: Who would've dug up a dummy and sent it to me?
Henry Walker: I don't know! No one from this town dares speak Mary Shaw's name, let alone go near her grave. They know she won't stop killing, until the screaming does!
[first title card]
Title Card: In the 6th Century B.C. it was believed that the spirits of the dead would speak through the stomach region of the living.
Jamie Ashen: I promised to make you dinner, right?
Lisa Ashen: Yeah.
Jamie Ashen: Well, I'm making you a gourmet dinner. Trust me. It'll be worth the wait.
Lisa Ashen: Surrender. Hmm. Surrender to the wonders of take-out.
Jamie Ashen: Oh. I knew this was coming.