The Omen (1976) Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
The first film in classic, four-part legacy of terror stars Gregory Peck as an ambassador who is talked into switching his wife’s (Lee Remick) stillborn baby with an orphaned infant. When young Damien is Five, the horror begins with his nanny’s dramatic suicide. As the death toll escalates, Damien’s father, realizing his son is the antichrist, decides that he must kill the boy and rid the world of the evil.
Synopsis:Mysterious deaths surround an American ambassador. Could the child that he is raising actually be the anti-christ? The devil's own son?
About The Omen (1976)
Starring: David Warner, Harvey Stephens, Nicholas Campbell, Robert Rietty, Don Fellows, Gregory Peck, Harvey Bernhard, Sheila Raynor, Patrick Troughton, Tommy Duggan, John Stride, Ya'ackov Banai, Anthony Nicholls, Holly Palance, Leo McKern, Roy Boyd, Freda Dowie, Robert MacLeod, Bruce Boa, Patrick McAlinney, Dawn Perllman, Lee Remick, Nancy Mannigham, Billie Whitelaw, Miki Iveria, Betty McDowall, Burnell Tucker, Martin Benson, Ronald Leigh-Hunt, Guglielmo Spoletini
Runtime: 111 minutes
Director: Richard Donner