Solina: You know, it's a special thing to be chosen. Feels like being born.
Solina: (to Simon about to kill her) Go ahead. Cut me. Won't you have a lot to explain.
J.T.: (very afraid) Don't kill me.
Dracula: There are worst things than death.
Detective Gautreaux: Solina, Dr. Seward here tells me you believe yourself to be a vampire. Now how does one become a vampire, Solina?
Solina: No, how does one become... a lover?
Detective Gautreaux: Well, I-I don't know.
Solina: (Groans) One is chosen.
Detective Gautreaux: You see that?
Dr. Seward: See what?
Solina: (sighs; Sultry voice) Would you like to be chosen, Mr. Detective? Are you waiting for a woman to choose you as a lover?
Detective Gautreaux: You getting this on tape?
Solina: (Yells) Look at me when I'm talking to you!
Detective Gautreaux: Now, Solina, you... you can't see me.
Solina: Of course I can.
Dracula: Let me show you what I have shown no other.
Valerie Sharp: I don't want to die.
Dracula: Then you never will.
Dracula: Blood has always been the coin of our realm.
Mary: I am Mary Van Helsing. I am my father's daughter. And nothing can ever take that away.
Dracula: (to the neon cross) You knew all this would come to pass.
Dracula: You made the world in your image. Now I make it in mine.
Dracula: I don't drink... coffee.
Dracula: You haven't been feeding her.
Solina: (to Simon) You Brits like to sweet-talk and you Brits like to romance, and all I wanna do is suck.
Marcus: (Simon produces a cross) Sorry sport. I'm an atheist.
Simon Sheppard: (a dagger pops out of the cross' base) God loves you anyway.
Mary: (confessing to her pastor) I've had these dreams my whole life. Trapped in darkness with this man. I used to think they were just... nightmares.