The movie The Final Conflict (1981), also known as Omen III: The Final Conflict, is a supernatural horror film and the third installment in The Omen series. Directed by Graham Baker, the story continues the tale of Damien Thorn, who is now an adult and has risen to a position of power. The Final Conflict (1981) explores Damien’s quest for global domination as he embraces his role as the Antichrist.
The movie The Final Conflict (1981) picks up several years after the events of the previous film. Damien Thorn, played by Sam Neill, is now the CEO of Thorn Industries, a powerful multinational corporation. He is also a prominent political figure, positioning himself for a run at the highest office in the world.
The movie The Final Conflict (1981) follows Damien’s efforts to consolidate his power and fulfill the prophecy of his rise to dominance. As he manipulates world events and gains influence over key figures, a group of priests led by Father DeCarlo, played by Rossano Brazzi, becomes determined to stop him.
The movie delves into themes of good versus evil, the nature of destiny, and the consequences of unchecked power.
- Sam Neill as Damien Thorn
- Rossano Brazzi as Father DeCarlo
- Don Gordon as Harvey Dean
- Lisa Harrow as Kate Reynolds
- Barnaby Holm as Peter Reynolds
- The Final Conflict (1981) was the last film in The Omen series to feature Gregory Peck, who played Robert Thorn in the original film.
- The film faced controversy upon its release due to its religious themes and depiction of the Antichrist.
- The Final Conflict (1981) received mixed reviews from critics but has gained a cult following over the years.
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