Trivia: New Line Cinema had tried to re-work this film into a sequel to David Fincher's "Se7en" for some time, but nobody involved in the making of that film wanted to work on a sequel - especially one with a supernatural element. It was eventually made under its original title and without any connection to the Fincher film.
Charles Ambrose: I have no interest in playing God. As far as his work is concerned, I'm not impressed.
Agent Katherine Cowles: Dr. Clancy, before we go upstairs, with all due respect, I don't hold an ounce of confidence in the paranormal in general. I think it's a sham. I hope that's okay.
John Clancy: No problem at all. I feel the same about shrinks. After only one thing, your money. They'll take your whole hand.
Agent Katherine Cowles: Whoever said that has obviously never met a good one.
John Clancy: It was Sigmund Freud.
Charles Ambrose: I don't enjoy the work I do. John, it's not a fetish. It's about allowing those who are already dying... to die with some dignity. Sometimes the greatest acts of love are the hardest acts to commit.