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The Omen
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The Omen 1976

From Amazon: When his wife Katherine's (Lee Remick) pregnancy ends in a stillbirth in a Rome hospital, U.S. diplomat Robert Thorn (Gregory Peck) adopts another baby, whose mother died. Damien thrives as a normal child until, at his fifth birthday party, his nanny mysteriously dies; Father Brennan also dies after warning Thorn that he has adopted Lucifer's son. Thorn's fears escalate when a photographer shows him pictures from Damien's party with marks suggesting how the nanny and Brennan would die. Thorn seeks out an exorcist who confirms Damien's identity and tells Thorn that the only solution is to kill his adopted son. (read more)

Directed By:
Richard DonnerRichard Donner
Written By:
No image existsDavid Seltzer
Gregory PeckGregory Peck
No image existsLee Remick
No image existsHarvey Stephens
No image existsBillie Whitelaw
No image existsDavid Warner
No image existsHolly Palance
No image existsPatrick Troughton
No image existsMartin Benson
No image existsLeo McKern
Richard DonnerRichard Donner
No image existsRobert Rietty
No image existsRobert Rietty

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The Omen Movie Review by Jarrod (12/27/2010)

'The Omen' competed with The Exorcist for dominance in the realm of religiously themed horror films; The Exorcist was undeniably a bigger success, and left a deeper impression on audiences, mainly because of its more shocking, graphic, and provocative subject matter, and its more vivid, confrontational style. And the fact...

(complete The Omen review by Jarrod)

The Omen Movie Review by BillyBob (7/15/2010)

Like, what the frick does 666 mean, anyways?

Well, with 666 being the Number of the Beast, it seems that in the 6th hour, on the 6th day, of the 6th month the Antichrist shall be "reborn". And from this point of rebirth he shall set forth to take his rightful place in this sin-saturated world of ours.

This, I understand,...

(complete The Omen review by BillyBob)

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