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Omen III: The Final Conflict (1981)

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Original title: The Final Conflict


DVD Release Date
 R1: Sep 5, 2000

MPAA Rating
R

Running Time
1 hour, 48 minutes

Country UK

Studio 20th Century Fox

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Other Titles
• Omen III: The Final Conflict
• The Final Conflict
• Barbaras Baby - Omen III (1981)
• Omen III - Barbara's Baby (1981)
• Omen 3



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Genre: Thriller, Horror, Demonic Possession, Occult, Devil, Psychos, Demon, Suspense, Disturbing

Tagline: The power of evil is no longer in the hands of a child.

Plot: The third film in the OMEN series. Damien the anti-Christ, (Sam Neill) is now a wealthy and powerful ambassador. When he sees a cosmic sign that may foretell the second coming of the Christ child, he sends out his minions to kill as many babies as possible. Meanwhile, a group of monks is trying to assassinate him with the seven sacred daggers of Megiddo. Will good or evil triumph?

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 External Reviews
external linkThird entry in the Omen series is the least of the lot, but still watchable. Neill does alright and the whole 'iron' scene is pretty tasteless. 2.5/4


external linkAlthough Jerry Goldsmith produced yet another excellent score, the flick lacked a decent story. Most important, perhaps, is that in this film the evil of Satan isn't embodied in a child. That's what made the first two films truly chilling. Worth steeringclear of, unless you're a real Omen fan.
-- (eSplatter.com)


 Directed by
Graham Baker
Alien Nation, Beowulf, Impulse
 Written by
Andrew Birkin
King David, The Thief of Baghdad, Perfume: The Story of a Murderer
David Seltzer
The Omen, The Omen, My Giant
 Cast
Sam Neill
Jurassic Park, Jurassic Park III, The Hunt for Red October
Rossano Brazzi
The Italian Job, The Barefoot Contessa, South Pacific
Don Gordon
Lethal Weapon, Papillon, Bullitt
Lisa Harrow
Sunday, All Creatures Great and Small, Jessica
Mason Adams
F/X, Toy Soldiers, Son in Law
Robert Arden
A Matter of Life and Death, Mr. Arkadin, The Bourne Identity
[more]
 Music By
Jerry Goldsmith
L.A. Confidential, Alien, The Mummy



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