Omen III: The Final Conflict (1981)

Omen III: The Final Conflict (1981)

Taglines: The power of evil is no longer in the hands of a child.

Following the grisly suicide of the U.S. Ambassador to Great Britain (Robert Arden), 32-year-old international conglomerate CEO Damien Thorn (Sam Neill) is appointed in his place, an office his adoptive father Robert Thorn once held.

Having fully embraced his unholy lineage and run his company for seven years, Damien now attempts to reshape his destiny by halting the Second Coming of Christ. However, Father DeCarlo (Rossano Brazzi), a priest from the Subiaco monastery where Father Spiletto spent his final days and observed Damien from afar since his adopted father’s death, acquires the Seven Daggers of Megiddo that were dug out of the ruins of the Thorn Museum in Chicago.

Joined by six other priests, DeCarlo plans to kill Damien while finding the Christ Child. Meanwhile, Damien becomes romantically involved with journalist Kate Reynolds (Lisa Harrow). Learning of his assassins and taking out all but DeCarlo over time, he proceeds to mold Reynolds’s young son Peter (Barnaby Holm) into a disciple by playing on the boy’s desire for a father figure.

The Final Conflict (later marketed as Omen III: The Final Conflict) is a 1981 horror film directed by Graham Baker. It is the third installment in The Omen series. Starring Sam Neill, Lisa Harrow and Rossano Brazzi, the film tells the progression of the now adult Damien Thorn to position of earthly power, set against the countdown to the Second Coming and attempts of a group of priests to kill the Antichrist. The film was released in theatres on March 20, 1981.

Omen III: The Final Conflict Movie (1981)

Omen III: The Final Conflict

Directed by: Graham Baker
Starring: Sam Neill, Rossano Brazzi, Don Gordon, Lisa Harrow, Barnaby Holm, Mason Adams, Robert Arden, Leueen Willoughby
Screenplay by: David Seltzer, Andrew Birkin
Production Design by: Herbert Westbrook
Cinematography by: Phil Meheux, Robert Paynter
Film Editing by: Alan Strachan
Set Decoration by: Tessa Davies
Art Direction by: Martin Atkinson
Music by: Jerry Goldsmith
Distributed by: 20th Century Fox
Release Date: March 20, 1981