|release date (Theaters)||March 20 1981|
|studio||Twentieth Century Fox|
|writer||David Seltzer, Andrew Birkin|
|starring||Sam Neill, Rossano Brazzi, Don Gordon|
|tagline||The power of evil is no longer in the hands of a child|
|trailer 1||Trailer #1|
SynopsisSet in an eerie future, The Great Recession has arrived. As worldwide starvation and economic doom prevail, so does Damien who relentlessly continues his sinister plot to control the world. Damien's evil power reaches out across the Atlantic when he's appointed ambassador to England. With an ominous band of satanic supporters behind him, its only his first stop on a political path he plans to culminate as President of the United States. But first, he enters upon a manic hunt for his arch-nemesis (God) an wreaks havoc all along the way. A disturbing and shocking exploration of evil, the prophesy of Armageddon sets this film, and Earth, on fire...
Having survived a murder attempt by his adopted father in The Omen, getting through boarding school and finishing off his uncle in Damien: Omen II, Damien is now 32 years old. After taking over his uncle’s company, Damien has in seven years built Thorn Industries into the worlds largest multinational corporation, manufacturing everything from nuclear armaments to soybean food products. Like John F. Kennedy, Damien is swimming in a sea of power at an early age, rubbing elbows with the upper echelon of those who control the planet. …Read More