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The second sequel to the 1976 horror hit The Omen finds Damien Thorn assuming the full mantle of the Antichrist and preparing for a final, all-out battle with "the Nazarene." Now in his thirties, Damien (Sam Neill) has elevated the family business, Thorn Industries, into the world's biggest multinational corporation. A little bit of black magic paves the way for Damien to become ambassador to England and the head of an international youth council. He soon uses this platform to amass an army of followers to do his bidding. But when Damien notices the confluence of three stars in the sky on March 24, he gets worried about the second coming of Christ. So he orders his minions to kill all the babies born on that day, warning them: "Fail, and you will be condemned to a numbing eternity in the flaccid bosom of Christ." Damien even orders his faithful private secretary, Harvey Dean (Don Gordon), to commit infanticide on his own kid, just because the guy's wife gave birth on the wrong day; a nasty incident involving laundry-room implements soon follows. Meanwhile, Damien romances Kate Reynolds (Lisa Harrow), a beautiful television anchorwoman who feels like a moth drawn to Damien's charismatic flame -- even after he brutally sodomizes her to show her how the world looks through his eyes. Things come to a head when Brother DeCarlo (Rossano Brazzi), one of a secret cabal of monks who have assembled the seven Daggers of Meggido in hopes of assassinating Damien, reveals to Kate that the Antichrist has taken her son (Barnaby Holm) under his wing. Although The Final Conflict was the final theatrical installment of the Omen series, the made-for-TV Omen IV: The Awakening appeared a decade later. ~ Brian J. Dillard, Rovi

Cast

Sam Neill
as Damien
Rossano Brazzi
as De Carlo
Don Gordon
as Harvey Dean
Lisa Harrow
as Kate
Leueen Willoughby
as Barbara
Barnaby Holm
as Peter
Mason Adams
as President
Tommy Duggan
as Matteus
Louis Mahoney
as Paulo
Richard Oldfield
as Brother Simeon
Milos Kirek
as Martin
Tony Vogel
as Antonio
John Baskcomb
as Diplomat
Hazel Court
Larry Martyn
as Orator
Marc Boyle
as Brother Benito
Frank Coda
as Orator
Arnold Diamond
as Astronomer
Arwen Holm
as Carol
Al Matthews
as Workman
Hugh Moxey
as Manservant
Eric Richard
as Astronomer's Technician
Marc Smith
as Press Officer
Ruby Wax
as US Ambassador's Secretary
Harry Littlewood
as Orator
Eric Richard
as Astronomer's Technician
Marc Boyle
as Brother Benito
Hugh Moxey
as Manservant
Arnold Diamond
as Astronomer
John Baskcomb
as Diplomat
Al Matthews
as Workman
Arwen Holm
as Carol
Ruby Wax
as US Ambassador's Secretary
Marc Smith
as Press Officer
Frank Coda
as Orator
Larry Martyn
as Orator

Crew

Mace Neufeld
Producer
Harvey Bernhard
Producer
Richard Donner
Producer
Andrew Birkin
Screenwriter
Phil Meheux
Cinematographer
Jerry Goldsmith
Composer (Music Score)
Lionel Newman
Musical Direction/Supervision
Alan Strachan
Editor
Andrew Birkin
Associate Producer
Tessa Davies
Set Decorator
Roy Charman
Sound/Sound Designer
Dusty Symonds
First Assistant Director
Maude Spector
Casting
Freddie Williamson
Makeup
Geoff Freeman
Unit Publicist
Neil Farrell
First Assistant Editor
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