Damien: Omen II

Synopsis: Seven years later, 13-year-old Damien is just discovering who he really is, and what he is destined to do. Now living with his Aunt, Uncle, and cousin in a wealthy suburb of Chicago, Damien is anxious to inherit everything. Can Richard Thorn finish the job that Damien's father (Ambassador Thorn) started?
Genre: Horror
Director(s): Don Taylor, Mike Hodges
Production: 20th Century Fox
  3 wins & 1 nomination.
 
IMDB:
6.3
Rotten Tomatoes:
41%
R
Year:
1978
107 min
109 Views

- Michael.

- Carl.

Michael, have you seen this?

- Do you recognize him?

- No.

- Haven't you seen Yigael's Wall yet?

- it was only opened up last week.

There are four faces of the Antichrist

on his rise to power.

The face of Yigael's Satan as a child

is the same.

- What are you talking about?

- There is no doubt.

Damien Thorn is the Antichrist.

- Ah, Carl...

- Michael, you must believe me!

I'm an archaeologist, not a religious fanatic.

"Even now, already is he in the world...

and his power shall be mighty,

and he shall prosper, and practice,

and shall destroy the mighty and the holy."

I appreciate this sermon,

but what possible facts...

His own father knew.

Aweek ago, he tried to destroy him.

That's a minor detail

these newspapers seem to have omitted.

I gave him the daggers myself.

He is in Chicago,

living with his father's brother.

Now, you... must take this

and give it to his new parents.

- Well, what is it?

- A letter inside explains everything.

- Carl, you can hardly expect...

- They have to be warned.

I'm too old. I'm too ill. I can't go myself.

And I am the only living person

who knows the truth.

I've got a reputation to maintain.

That is why it has to be you.

They will listen to you.

And then have me committed. No.

Look, Carl, we're old friends.

I think we understand one another.

- You can't expect me to believe that...

- Then come to Yigael's Wall.

- What, now?

- Now.

Here, Michael.

Carl Bugenhagen,

I hope this guarantees me a place

in the kingdom of heaven.

Michael, you'll be needing your torch now.

it's the Whore of Babylon.

This is priceless.

Michael.

Michael. Come here.

Look.

it is him.

- Is there another way out?

- No.

Carl...

The Antichrist is with us.

Carl! We've got to get out. Carl!

Come on, help me. Carl, help me, will you?

Carl!

- Help!

- Michael!

Michael!

Forces of evil may seem to overwhelm us

and be triumphant,

but goodness will prevail,

for it is written in the Book of Revelation.

"Then shall that wicked be revealed,

whom the Lord shall consume

with the spirit of his mouth,

and destroy

with the brightness of his coming."

- Damien.

- I'm coming.

- See you next summer, Jim.

- Say bye to your cousin.

- I will. Bye-bye.

- Bye-bye.

- Come on.

- Coming.

- Did you find him yet?

- Yeah, he's comin'.

- Bye, Aunt Marion. Nice seeing you again.

- Who told you?

Told me what?

Politeness isn't

one of your strong points, Damien.

I'm sure you didn't come to say goodbye

on your own initiative.

I didn't know you were here.

But I was going to.

Were you really?

Goodbye, Aunt Marion.

- All set?

- We think so.

- I'll be right back.

- Let's go.

Now, you boys have your allowance,

so this is just a little something extra -

in case of emergency.

Hold it!

Did you say goodbye to Aunt Marion?

I did.

Aunt Marion?

Oh, Mark. I haven't seen enough of you.

- You should have come to my room to talk.

- I'm sorry, Aunt Marion.

I know, you've been so busy,

running after that cousin of yours.

You mustn't let him

drag you around the way he does.

He doesn't drag me around. I like him.

Give me a hug.

You be careful.

Yes, Aunt Marion. Goodbye.

Just a second.

Goodbye, Dad.

Did you forget me? Are you sure?

Here, sweetheart, take some biscuits.

Have a good week.

Bye.

- She's too much, Aunt Marion.

- She's awful! Why did they invite her?

So she could wag her finger,

generally ruin our weekend.

At least we don't have to have dinner

with her. God! And what's that smell?

Lavender, you fool! All old ladies

douse themselves in it. I don't know why.

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Stanley Mann

Stanley Mann (August 8, 1928 – January 11, 2016) was a Canadian-born film and television writer. Born in Toronto, he began his writing career in 1951, and was nominated for an Oscar for his work on the 1965 film The Collector, based on the John Fowles novel of the same title. In 1957, he wrote an adaptation of Death of a Salesman for television. Two of his better-known credits are Eye of the Needle and Conan the Destroyer. He appeared in two of the titles, Firestarter and Meteor.He was married to Florence Wood in the 1950s, while living and working in London, England. Following their divorce in 1959, Wood married novelist Mordecai Richler, who adopted Mann's son Daniel.He died on January 11, 2016. more…

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