(cont) it is in contrast with the rest of the imagery because everything else is gloomy and grey, which is usually done to depict depression or the past (both of which are features of this film). The colour red has most likely been chosen because it represents blood and the horror genre in general. The rest of the text gives little information towards the film (as it doesn't contain the date or any cast). Instead, it has reference to the bible (because the film is religion based) and a…
The Omen (1976)
The Omen (1976) Gregory Peck, Lee Remick, Harvey Stephens, David Warner
¿Disfrazarías a tu hijito del anticristo? Marcos 8:33 Pero Jesús se dio la vuelta, miró a sus discípulos, y reprendió a Pedro. —¡Aléjate de mí, Satanás! —le dijo—. Tú no piensas en las cosas de Dios sino en las de los hombres.
32 Horror Films You'll Wish You Hadn't Watched
Film4 Top 50 Horror Films - 3. The Omen (1976) Richard Donner
The Omen- This film is in the spawn of Satan category. It stars one of my all time faves, Gregory Peck, as the father of Damien, a demon child who wreaks havoc on all around him.
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