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Michael Cole 4 years ago
Basically a repeat of the first movie
Humberto Octavio over 2 years ago
Drew Nick 4 years ago
Cesar Loya over 5 years ago
Henke over 6 years ago
Debb Thomas 7 years ago
Randy Dumont over 7 years ago
Fernando Olivas over 7 years ago
Kirill Slavetski over 7 years ago
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Nobuyuki Nishigaki over 7 years ago
Damien: Omen II, is a 1978 American horror film directed by Don Taylor, starring William Holden, Lee Grant, and Jonathan Scott-Taylor. The film was the second installment in The Omen series, set seven years after the first film, and was followed by a third installment, Omen III: The Final Conflict, in 1981. This was Lew Ayres' final film role and the film debut of Meshach Taylor. The official tagline of the film is "The First Time Was Only a Warning." Leo McKern reprises his role as Carl Bugenhagen from the original film; he is the only cast member of the series to appear in more than one installment. A week after the burial of Robert and Katherine Thorn, archeologist Carl Bugenhagen (Leo McKern) asks his friend Michael Morgan (Ian Hendry) to deliver a box to the guardian of Thorn's young son, Damien. He reveals that Damien is the Antichrist and that the box contains a warning and the means to kill Damien. As Morgan is unconvinced, Bugenhagen takes him to the ruin of Yigael's wall,...
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