The conclusion to The Prophecy Trilogy. Once again, Christopher Walken returns as the Arch-Angel Gabriel. As the War in Heaven and on Earth rages on, Pyriel, the Angel of Genocide, rises to power, intending to destroy all of mankind. The only one who stands in his way is Danyael, who was born of an Angel and a woman, but Danyael is unaware of his purpose, until he runs into Gabriel, who has now become a human after the events of The Prophecy 2, and is acting as his secret guardian. Now, the fate of the world hangs in the balance as Danyael sets out to confront Pyriel and finally fulfill his destiny. Written by
Paul McCluskey (pgm03uk)
Mankind's Last Hope From Total Destruction!
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Did You Know?
This makes "Christopher Walken's" third time playing "Gabriel" in this franchise. See more
When Danyael jumps on the motorcycle he hits the gear pedal first, then we cut to see him pull the clutch lever. Since the motor is already running, punching in first gear without pulling the clutch would cause the motor to die and the motorcycle to make an abrupt leap forward. See more
In the end, there's still the word. Everywhere. In heaven and its angels, the Earth and stars; even in the darkest part of the human soul. It was there the word burned brightest, and for a moment... I was blinded.
Follows The Prophecy II
Written by Joe Meek
Copyright 1962 (renewed) Campbell Connelly, Inc. (ASCAP)
Performed by Steve Beodekker & David Hannibal
Trumpets by Olu Dara, appears courtesy of Atlantic Records See more