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The Omen Collection [Blu-ray]


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  • Format: NTSC
  • Region: Region A/1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment
  • Release Date: Oct. 7 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001AZ5IOC
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #3,874 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Antonio Canas on July 16 2004
Format: DVD
Some of the best horror movies out there, intelligent horror is hard to make, they made three great movies. Fantastic really!
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OMEN - I'm sure when this movie came out it scared the socks off
people. There were definately some eerie moments within
the film. The book of Revelation has always fascinated me
along with the scriptures that tell about the rise of
the Antichrist. As for the Omen, it held my interest but
seemed to drag at times. Despite the slow pace of the
movie, it was in no way boring. Though you don't get to
see much of the 5 year old Damien (the Antichrist),
his character development is still portrayed during the
film. I give OMEN *** stars.
DAMIEN - Known as OMEN II, this movie is probably the best in
the series. Here we see 13 year old Damien brilliantly
portrayed along with his roots of power. Damien is
smart and cunning. When he learns who he is, Damien
takes desperate measures to ensure that no one close to
him betrays his trust. For the most part, there are no
slow spots within the movie and whether you like the
first Omen or not I'm sure this sequel is sure to
please. I give DAMIEN **** stars.
FINAL CONFLICT - The third Omen in the series takes a bit of a
nose dive from the previous film. Damien is 32
years old and is now in control of the world
powers. If you expect this movie to show the
ruthless reign of the Antichrist, you will be
sorely disappointed. I won't spoil the movie
for anyone who hasn't seen it but I do have a
particular complaint; though this movie gives
accurate scripture references it does not
present the audience with accurate events of
the Antichrist during his reign of power. For
example, Jesus in not going to be born a second
time here on earth.
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"The Omen" saga is one of the most enduring (albeit longest - running) horror movie franchises in film history, spanning over 16 years and feature Gregory Peck, Lee Remick, William Holden, Lee Grant and Sam Neill in top - notch performances.
The first film is undoubtedly the best in the series, and the main sreason why I gave the set five stars. I tend to like this movie more than the grossly overrated "The Excorcist" because unlike that one this one has a more realistic storyline, plus it did not feature arguably the greatest and bloodiest beheading sequence ever filmed (just wait til you see it, it's amazing). It also features screen legends Gregory Peck (who unfortuneatley left us in June of last year) and Lee Remick in their latter - day prime, as this film undoubtedly proved that there still was a place for aging screen veterans in cinemas other than "That's Entertainment". I also remember being afraid of Jerry Goldsmith's eerie score for the film, especially the gregorian chants (one of them was nominated for an Oscar). All in all, this film is truly scary.
1978's "Damien: Omen 2" is a somewhat lesser sequel. It documents Damien going through his adolescent years. It is also odd to learn that in this film that Damien himself realizes he's the son of the devil. And while it's not as good as the first one, it does feature some truly disturbing moments (the scene with the man stuck in the elevator is eerily reminiscent of Part One's beheading sequence) and features about the same level of star power, as Lee Grant and William Holden are very good in their respective roles.
"Omen 3: The Final Conflict" is when the series begins to slip. It jumps ahead about 19 or so years past the second one. Damien (the usually excellent Sam Neill) is now the U.S.
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The Omen series is arguably the great trilogy of the horror genre. Some could argue that Romero's zombie trilogy is superior, but Romero's films are not connected by characters or events while The Omen series is. Charting the rise and fall of the Antichrist fortold in the book of Revelation, The Omen series certainly lives up (or down, depending on you view) to its reputation.
The series got of to a solid start with The Omen. Orginally conceived as a stand alone picture, The Omen tells the story of politician Robert Thorn (Gregory Peck), who adopts a mysterious child (whom they name Damien) to spare his wife (Lee Remick) the emotionally devestating news that their child died at birth. Five years later, strange events and his wife's growing mental unbalance drive Thorn to discover just who Damien is...
Damien Omen II picks up seven years later, with Damien now 12 years old and living with his Aunt Ann (Lee Grant) and Uncle Richard (William Holden). Again strange tragedies force his foster parents to look closer at Damien. The sequel has some interesting, albeit underexplored, ideas to offer and even more dramatic accidents. While not as suspenseful or atmospheric as the first movie, Damien Omen II is still an entertaining sequel.
The Final Conflict has a now grown Damien Thorn poised to rule to world. Sadly the conflict that had been promised for two movies (i.e. world war, armies of good and of evil, etc.) is pretty much absent. The movie does feature a few bloodcurdling moments and does deserve a nod for both daring to turn around the biblical story of King Herod's attempt to kill the infant Jesus by having Damien send his disciples on a post messiah birth hunt AND showing the actual Second Coming of Christ.
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