TV and Movies·Posted on Mar 16, 202215 Horror Movie Lines That You Hear All The TimeEven if you're not a horror fan, you've definitely heard these lines before.by Anthony OrlandoBuzzFeed ContributorFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Horror movies have been the source of some truly unforgettable lines. Warner Bros./Universal / Via YouTube Whether it's through impression, parody, or plain conversation, these lines have endured for years and years because of their memorability and overall quotability. So seeing how there's no escaping them, let's dare to look at the 15 Horror Movie Quotes That You Hear All the Time.WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD!!! 15. "Whatever you do, don't...fall...asleep!" —A Nightmare on Elm Street View this video on YouTube New Line Cinema / Via youtube.com This is the most important rule to remember when facing dream demon Freddy Krueger. However, this line pretty much applies to any horror movie situation. 14. "Groovy!" —Evil Dead II View this video on YouTube Renaissance Pictures / Via youtube.com Ash first says his famous catchphrase when he arms himself with his shotgun and chainsaw hand to take on the Deadites. Not only is it a killer line, but its use in this epic scene marks his transformation from a scared horror victim to a cool and daring action hero. 13. "You've gotta be fucking kidding." —The Thing View this video on YouTube Universal / Via youtube.com This line came from Norris after seeing the Thing turn into a spider made from Palmer's severed head. This quote expresses what pretty much everyone is thinking after witnessing this alien monstrosity creep across the floor, and it has been ingrained in our minds since then. It was even used by Bill Hader's character in a frightening homage to this film in It: Chapter Two. 12. "One of us. One of us." —Freaks View this video on YouTube MGM / Via youtube.com In this horror classic, Cleopatra attends a feast to celebrate her marriage to the dwarf, Hans, where all the other carnival "freaks" welcome her as one of their own. But what begins as a happy song of acceptance becomes twisted by Cleopatra's fear and prejudice, and it has since been repeated and riffed on many times, most notably by Jordan Belford and his crew in The Wolf of Wall Street. 11. "Do you like scary movies?" —Scream View this video on YouTube Dimension Films / Via youtube.com At the beginning of Wes Craven's meta-horror masterpiece, Casey speaks to a strange caller on her phone, who creepily asks if she likes scary movies before she ends up murdered herself. You've probably heard someone ask you this before, and most likely, they weren't quoting the film it's used in. There's always a friend who can't stand watching scary movies, so you have to ask if the genre's their thing. 10. "Get out!" —Get Out View this video on YouTube Universal / Via youtube.com After encountering the kidnapped Andre Hayworth at the Armitage house, the suspicious Chris accidentally sets off the flash on his camera phone trying to take a picture. Regaining control of his body, Andre runs up to Chris and frantically tells him to "get out" to try and spare him from the horrors the Armitage family has in store for him. What really makes this line stand out to us all is how it sums up what every person should do in a horror movie moment. Just get out of there! 9. "It puts the lotion on its skin or else it gets the hose again." —The Silence of the Lambs View this video on YouTube Orion / Via youtube.com Anyone who's seen this film remembers when Buffalo Bill taunts Catherine as she's trapped at the bottom of his well. The poor woman begs him to let her go, but Bill callously demands that she rub lotion on her skin, talking to her as if she isn't even a person, making this scene incredibly haunting. Whenever people think of a serial killer or are just putting on lotion, chances are that this line will come to mind. 8. "I see dead people." —The Sixth Sense View this video on YouTube Hollywood Pictures / Via youtube.com We've heard this line so many times, anyone who hasn't seen the film already knows the twist. When Malcolm visits young Cole in the hospital, the latter finally reveals his dark secret to him. The reveal that he can see spirits in scary enough, but Haley Joel Osment's soft but chilling delivery made this line one of the most unforgettable scenes in horror cinema. 7. "Quid pro quo." —The Silence of the Lambs View this video on YouTube Orion / Via youtube.com When Clarice asks Hannibal Lecter for his help in the Buffalo Bill case, the wicked doctor requests something in return: a story from Clarice's traumatic past. The Latin phrase Hannibal uses to make his demands has since been typically associated with him and this unnerving scene. 6. "They're here!" —Poltergeist View this video on YouTube MGM / Via youtube.com After Carol Anne speaks to the spirits inside her TV, they shoot out from the screen and shake the house in a frightening display of power. But when her parents jump out of their sleep, wondering what happened, she simply utters these two words, and her calm and creepy delivery elevates it to even scarier levels. 5. "Be afraid. Be very afraid." —The Fly View this video on YouTube Brooksfilms / Via youtube.com Many people have repeated this line before, but chances are, they might not even know where it's from. After Seth Brundle fuses himself with a fly, he relishes his new superhuman abilities, eventually becoming drunk with power. He ends up having a fling with a woman at a bar who's amazed by his extraordinary powers. Though Seth tries to reassure his new lady friend, Geena Davis's Veronica shows up and gives her a warning so terrifying that it became the film's famous tagline. 4. "The power of Christ compels you!" —The Exorcist View this video on YouTube Warner Bros. / Via youtube.com During the film's climactic exorcism, Merrin and Karass hurl holy water at the possessed Regan and try to cast the demon out of her body with this famous chant. The line has been parodied so many times that it might be the closest thing most people have gotten to watching The Exorcist, given its reputation as the scariest horror movie of all time. 3. "Here's Johnny!" —The Shining View this video on YouTube Warner Bros. / Via youtube.com This line pretty much ruined Johnny Carson for all of us. After a long and haunting stay at the Overlook Hotel, Jack Torrance takes an ax and breaks down his wife's room. This quote is equal parts frightening, hilarious, and totally unexpected, which is why it has been repeatedly used by everyone who's seen this Stanley Kubrick classic. 2. "You're gonna need a bigger boat." —Jaws View this video on YouTube Universal / Via youtube.com Chief Brody utters this legendary line after he sees the film's villainous great white shark for the first time, effectively summing up the threat that they sorely underestimated. Just by replacing the word "boat," people have repeatedly used this quote for pretty much any situation, making it one of the greatest in film history. 1. "It's alive! It's alive!" —Frankenstein View this video on YouTube Universal / Via youtube.com We all know this one. When Frankenstein's monster comes to life, the disturbed doctor screams his achievement to the heavens with this iconic line. For nearly a hundred years, it has been repeated and parodied in every corner of pop culture, cementing Frankenstein as a cinema classic. All in all, this line alone is an essential part of movie history, and its legacy will continue to live on for years to come. Do you agree with this list? Are there any other horror movie lines that I missed? Please let me know in the comments section below.