Lord Gregoire: I'd rather be eaten by a pack of wolves, then allow your evil venom to course through my veins.

Henry Flesh: I say just go for the ten lifetimes of excess... I mean what the f**k, right?

Ashley: Sounds like something an unemployed game show host would do. Yeah, kind of like an actor doing dinner theater in Schenectady.

Jake McCallister: Prostitution may be one of the oldest professions, Celine, but that doesn't make it proper in my eyes. But that's not it, what I despise most about you, Celine, isn't what you do, but who you are... deep down inside. And that over time, you've done absolutely nothing to correct it.

Father Paul: I've killed those two over and over and over... and each time has been more enjoyable than the last.

Japoniko: As you took your dying breath, I did not regret your death, my brother, but only the fashion in which it occurred.

Henry Flesh: [points to Amy] . This one right here, I'm gonna do dirty shit to that one.

Lord Renault: I no longer care for the welfare of the poor and the weak, let their fate be in the hands of God.

Jake McCallister: I've waited Seven Hundred Years for this moment. I want to kill him with my sword, not yours!

Shopkeeper: Point taken... but why do you have to be so mean about it?

Hot Girl: [flirtatiously] Enjoy your stay, Jake.

Jake McCallister: What's your name again?

Melkon: Brother, how will you sleep tonight?

Menas: [Digs his knife deeper into his brother's back] Knowing that I am no longer number two!

Celine: Or maybe you like to be the one in charge. Is that it? Would you like it better, if you have to take it... like an animal.

Jake McCallister: I'd slap you right now, but you'd probably like it.

Jake McCallister: If I've told you once, I've told you a thousand times. I'm not your Lord!... I am your brother.

Shopkeeper: Yes, my Lord.

Jake McCallister: Whatever.

Celine: Fine, but in the mean time, remember what I am.

Jake McCallister: Of course, you're a dirty... little... whore.

Father Paul: Have you considered any of that 'turning the other cheek business', you know, let by-gones be by-gones?

Jake McCallister: Not today.