The Omen

1976

Action / Fantasy / Horror / Mystery / Thriller

102
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 86%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 80%
IMDb Rating 7.6 10 91362

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Gregory Peck as Robert Thorn
Lee Remick as Katherine Thorn
David Warner as Jennings
Billie Whitelaw as Mrs. Baylock
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by rensosalch 9 / 10

masterpiece

Perfect timing , the music , the story all is great

Reviewed by justin-fencsak 7 / 10

One of the best horror films of the 1970s

When the Omen first came out during the summer of 1976, it became a horror blockbuster and spawned several sequels including a made for tv fourth one as well as a bad remake as well as two short lived tv series. This movie deals with the Antichrist as well as canine carnage. Gregory Peck and Lee Remick play the parents of a young kid named Damien Throne, played by Harvey Spencer Stephens when he was around five, who is fascinated with the devil. The soundtrack is chilling and the special effects are practical but enjoyable. Worth a rental.

Reviewed by DylanW 9 / 10

Quickly, call the 666 helpline!

The Omen, directed by Richard Donner (director of The Goonies) and starring Gregory Peck as Robert Thorn and David Warner as Jennings, is an absolutely fantastic promotor not alone for the supernatural-horror genre, but for the film industry itself. Peck and Donner have both had phenomenal careers in acting, particularly Gregory Peck who has starred in Roman Holiday with Audrey Hepburn and To Kill A Mockingbird, based on the world-renowned novel by Harper Lee. Due to a fabulous duo and supporting cast, all who perform exceptionally, the visually stunning violence is encapsulating and completely unpredictable.

The film is a supernatural, horror film, centered on the Anti-Christ/Spawn of Satan, who takes the form of a human boy. Off the synopsis alone, you know it'll be hard to get it wrong.

The film is renowned for its enlightenment on the number of Satan, the triple-six (666). Based off readings in the bible, The Omen captures the pure essence of supernatural-horror, and, despite the antagonist being a small child, it can become truly terrifying thanks to a great psychotic demon-bodyguardÂ… One of the best finale sequences I've yet to witness and should (if it even can) not disappoint.

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