The Omen (2006)
A remake of the 1976 horror classic, The Omen, an American official (Liev Schreiber) and his wife (Julia Stiles) realizes that their young son, Damien (Seamus Davey-Fitzpatrick) may literally be, the devil incarnate.
Also starring Pedja Bjelac, Carlo Sabatini, and legendary actress Mia Farrow. Directed by John Moore.
With all of the recent controversy surrounding, The Da Vinci Code and the validity of Jesus Christ’s life, it is very peculiar that there has not been even a whisper in the media in regard to legitimacy of Satan.
Why do some people purposely discredit what is good for humanity but readily except all which is bad?
Fear of the truth, perhaps?
With that said…this film is a must see for true horror fans…even more importantly, non-believers need to ’peep it out’ as well, just on G.P.
Julia Stiles is a wonderful and beautiful young actress (Remember her from the movie, “O” with Mekihi Phifer?) and Mia Farrow makes her heralded return to horror, her first since the iconic, Rosemary’s Baby (1969).
The devil is real, ladies and gentlemen. No one is debating this fact on The Today Show.
So, how can he be running around alone promoting evil, destroying people’s lives, dreams and faith without the OTHER guy, cleaning up the debris and repairing all the damage?
Use common sense.
In order to destroy someone or something…that same someone or something must be created, first and foremost.
Go see this movie and wake up to the truth!
The Omen (1976)
An ambassador to the United States (Gregory Peck) who's wife (Lee Remick) has a stillborn child. Without her knowledge, he substitutes another baby as theirs.
A few years go by, and then grisly deaths begin to happen. The child's nanny hangs herself and a priest is speared to death in a freak accident. It turns out the child (Harvey Stephens) is the son of Satan and can only be killed with the seven daggers of Meggado.
Also starring Billie Whitelaw, Patrick Troughton, Martin Benson. Directed by Richard Donner.
The Omen is one of the greatest horror films of not only the 1970’s but of any era.
Along with Carrie released the same year (1976) and The Exorcist (1973) released three years earlier, The Omen is at the pinnacle of the horror genre.
Catch it on the late night tip with a pizza and a sexy friend.