Silent House Movie Quotes  

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'Silent House' movie quotes include some of the most memorable lines from this 2012 horror thriller, which stars Elizabeth Olsen as Sarah Murphy. When Sarah and her father decide to clean out their family lake house, strange, terrifying things begin to happen. 'Silent House' is actually a remake of a Uruguayan movie that was said to be based on a true story. This list includes the best lines from 'Silent House,' so be sure to vote for your favorites. If you've seen 'Silent House,' and know of a great quote that isn't listed here, be sure to add it.

'Silent House' is unusual, in that events in the movie unfold in real time. As Sarah, her father, John (Adam Trese) and her uncle, Peter (Eric Sheffer Stevens) are terrorized by some evil, unknown entities inside the boarded-up lake house, paranoia begins to set in. Did she hear what she thought she heard? What was that bump?! The movie is directed by Chris Kentis and Laura Lau ('Open Water').

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Sarah: "Who are you?! Why are you doing this to us?!"

Sarah Murphy has a major problem on her hands: Her father is incapacitated, she's alone in a house that seems to be overrun with paranormal activity and she has no idea what's happening - or why.
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All Grown Up

Peter: "How are you, Sarah?"
Sarah: "I'm okay. How are you?"
Peter: "Look at you. I can't get over how grown up you are..."

Cue the slightly smarmy uncle for this one: Sarah's uncle, Peter, is helping with renovations on the family's lakehouse. Something just seems...off?
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Never Should Have Added You
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Sarah: "Hey dad."
Adam: "Hey sweetie, you should check your Facebook page. What's his name wrote on your wall again."
Sarah: "I should never have added you."

When Sarah and her father first arrive at the family's boarded-up lakehouse, things seem perfectly fine. Sarah's obviously close to her dad, and he's protective of her (i.e. checking her FB page regularly). What happens, though, when Sarah's in danger and her father isn't able to protect her from whatever's inside that house?
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You Don't Remember Me
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Sophia: "Sarah?"
Sarah: "Yeah?"
Sophia: "Wow, I can't believe you're here. You don't remember me, do you?"
Sarah: "I'm so embarrassed."
Sophia: "I'm Sophia, we used to play together."
Sarah: "Oh, of course...yeah...how are you?"

First clue that something's a little off: A semi-creepy neighbor who claims you played together as children....yet somehow, you have no memory of her.
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