Experience the ultimate in horror with three frightening films from the legendary Omen series - together on Blu-ray for the first time ever. This chilling 3-disc set includes The Omen that started it all, plus Damien: Omen II, in which Damien discovers his destiny, and Omen III: The Final Conflict, in which he realizes his full power. Loaded with gripping thrills, non-stop excitement and in-depth special features, this incredible Blu-ray collection take terror - and the high-def experience - to new heights!
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Great films bad transfer. Very bitty back grounds. My DVD's look better than the Blu Rays. Shame The Omen deserves so much better. As it was the film that Paid for Star Wars to be able to be finished by Fox.
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Stately horror classic "The Omen" gets a trilogy box-set. Not as goofy as "The Shining" or as punk as "The Exorcist", it's a masterfully crafted psychological thriller that delivers scares aplenty without spilling into the supernatural too often. Sadly, the sequels are poor by comparison, while Damien: Omen 2 is largely inconsequential, except for it's rather effective ending, The Final Conflict is a pernicious bore that relies on infanticide for thrills until it's rather incongruous ending. Best viewed as appendices to the original, or better still, avoid altogether. All the films have commentaries by the production team, trailers and are presented in 2.35:1 ratio with 5.1 sound, digitally remastered. Only the original movie has any other features that can be described as special, with a series of talking-head documentaries about the production, although their is a lot of overlap in information and apparent embellishment on the director's part. Also included is a trivia track and an excellent, but short, exploration of the film in historical context from a filmmaking perspective by horror legend Wes Craven. Great film given better service by the short special features than any of the sequels achieved.
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