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The Seventh Sign
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The Seventh Sign 1988

From Amazon: Seas boil, heavens fall, and Demi Moore takes a candlelit bath in this effective apocalyptic chiller. The prosthetic-enhanced Moore plays a pregnant nonbeliever whose baby may hold the key to impending Armageddon. Logic is not exactly the strong point in this well-acted, stylish, theological grab bag, but the random collection of horrific images manages to work more often than not. An acceptable time waster for fans of The Omen and The Exorcist. Also starring Michael Biehn (The Terminator), the always welcome John Heard in a brief cameo, and the exceptional Jürgen Prochnow as a mysterious stranger who could either...

Directed By:
No image existsCarl Schultz
Written By:
No image existsW.W. Wicket
No image existsDemi Moore
No image existsJuergen Prochnow
No image existsMichael Biehn
No image existsJohn Heard
No image existsPeter Friedman
No image existsJohn Taylor
No image existsLee Garlington
No image existsAkosua Busia
No image existsManny Jacobs

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The Seventh Sign Movie Review by Derringer (2/11/2009)

What the hell is it with Religion and Horror?

Why is it that whenever these 2 elements are fused together in a flick, like they are here in THE SEVENTH SIGN (TSS), that the flick is utterly doomed, right from the start, to be nothing more than a disastrous, incoherent mess? It's true.

TSS's story is solely focused in on...

(complete The Seventh Sign review by Derringer)

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