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Omen Coll Bd-sac [Blu-ray]

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Includes all five Omen movies.

Special Features

  • The Omen (1976): Commentary by director Richard Donner and editor Stuart Baird; Deleted Scene with Commentary; Documentaries: 666: The Omen Revealed and The Omen Legacy; Screenwriter's Notebook; Still Photo Gallery
  • Damien: Omen II: Commentary by producer Harvey Bernhard
  • Omen III: The Final Conflict: Commentary by director Graham Baker
  • The Omen (2006): Commentary by director John Moore, producer Glenn Williamson and editor Dan Zimmerman; Abbey Road Sessions Featurette; Revelations 666 Featurette; Extended Scenes; Devil's Footnote Trivia Track

Product Details

  • Actors: Gregory Peck, Lee Remick, Harvey Stephens, Liev Schreiber, Julia Stiles
  • Directors: John Moore, Richard Donner
  • Writers: David Seltzer
  • Producers: Charles Orme, David Harfield, Giovanni Lovatelli, Glenn Williamson, Harvey Bernhard
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Blu-ray, Box set, Color, Dolby, DTS Surround Sound, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English, Italian, Latin
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish, Cantonese, Mandarin Chinese, Korean
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: 20th Century Fox
  • DVD Release Date: October 7, 2008
  • Run Time: 436 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (163 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001ARDBWQ
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,938 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Omen Coll Bd-sac [Blu-ray]" on IMDb

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By Kevin Pepper VINE VOICE on October 14, 2008
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
This is one of my all time favorite horror series. All three movies look and sound better than I have ever seen. The original Omen comes loaded with extra features on Blu-ray. Omen 2 and 3 however have nothing extra on them that did not appear on the DVD editions. This was a little disappointing for me. At least they could have thrown in a trivia track or something. The Omen remake is the same exact disc that was previously released on Blu. My one BIG complaint about this set would have to be the packaging. Considering the price of the set, it comes packaged in a very shoddily made box. I'm not sure if this is supposed to be "Earth Friendly" by not using any plastic housing for the discs, but Fox seriously dropped the ball on the packaging. The outer case has very cool artwork, but it is not sturdy at all. The movies are housed on a fold out inner jacket where each movie is simply held in place with a foam rubber hub. There is no booklet or anything else. Not only is the box cheaply constructed, it is also waaaay too big for a Blu-ray. It is about the size of a regular DVD, which causes it to really stick out amongst the rest of my collection.

Bottom Line: If you love the Omen series as much as I, you won't be disappointed with the actual movies. However, be warned that the packaging is really not in keeping with other sets in this price range (e.g. The Matrix, The Godfather)
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This collection is one that all those who love gothic style thrillers will enjoy. It features the nineteen seventy six blockbuster, "The Omen" and all its progeny.
THE OMEN - ***** STARS
This is the jewel in this collection. It is a first class, gothic thriller with an outstanding cast, a riveting story line, and a musical score that will make the viewer want to sleep with the lights on! A first rate film, it had audiences riveted to the screen when it was first released and has withstood the test of time, as it is as gripping today, as when it was first released.
David Seltzer wrote a terrific screenplay in which an older, affluent, and socially prominent couple, Kathy and Robert Thorn (Lee Remick and Gregory Peck), have a baby, whom they name Damien. The baby turns out to be the Anti-Christ, who ends up causing a lot of trouble. This first class production, which is deftly directed by Richard Donner, is played with straightforward sincerity by its outstanding cast. The casting of Gregory Peck and Lee Remick was pure genius, as their distinguished reputations infused the movie with a believability not thought possible, given the theme of the script. Playing it straight, as a couple caught in a vortex of events over which they have little control, they sweep the viewer along with them. Supported by a fine cast, there are notable performances given by Billie Whitelaw, as the nanny with a mission, David Warner, as the photographer who begins to notice that something odd seems to be going on, and Harvey Stephens, as Damien, whose angelic countenance belies his satanic nature.
This is a riveting, subtle film that, with a few well planned, shocking moments, and an effectively creepy musical score that builds suspense to a crescendo, manages to thoroughly engage the viewer.
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I have the box set on DVD. It features all five films. This Blu-Ray release only has four films.

Although, it is drifting from the likeliness of following the tiresome "Book of Revelation" biblical writings of the future coming of Satan and Jesus Christ Revisiting, I still thought that "The Omen IV: The Awakening" is still a worthy addition to "The Omen" series.

If anything, I think the 2006 remake of the original first Omen film was totally pointless. It actually seems to follow the first story, word for word, and with no surprising new spin on the subject. Just new actors, but the same written story. Therefore, the original is all that you would need.

If this Blu-Ray box set had the made-for-TV film "The Omen IV: The Awakening", and NOT the remake of the first film, I would have bought this box, so I guess I'll have to pass.
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Unless you're a Hammer Horror Fan, this is THE Horror Collection you were waiting for.
Good acting, mixed with good and chilling stories make these the one to own.
This is a TRILOGY. Unfortunately Fox Studios tried to rehash it for TV a fourth time without even coming near to the first and only three original ones. It is divided like an opera in three acts.
Remember that the Calibre of cast members in the first three ranges from Gregory Peck, Lee Remick, David Warner to William Holden, Lee Grant and finally Sam Neill.
A cast who could never be assembled for a TV movie.
The first act, "The Omen", is perhaps the best of the trilogy because it introduces us to the Evil one. The protagonists are as shocked and horrified when they learn, step by step as we do, who and what the Evil one is and is planning to do.
From there on we are involved in an intensive investigation and a race against time to save the world from what is to come, if at all possible...
The second act, "Damien - Omen II", is the natural evolution of the first one, in which we follow the growth in strength and power of Lucifer (or Satan if you prefer, although his name is never openly pronounced in all three movies). The interesting part is when the Evil one gets confirmation of who He really is and suddenly has a "panic attack" followed by sheer despair!
Act three, "Omen III - The Final Conflict", is the Apotheosis of the Trilogy in which Damien is at the top of the world, literally. He is finally ready to take possession of his Kingdom on Earth. People are ready, conditions are ready and it seems there's nothing able to stop him. Nothing, except...
Less gory than the Exorcist, The Omen Trilogy still has vicious and very graphic death scenes.
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