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The Omen (1976)
Big Evil In A Small Package
The Omen is a 1976 supernatural horror film directed by Richard Donner. This film was released to wide criticism due to it's intense subject matter. The film stars Gregory Peck and Lee Remick as Robert and Kathy Thorn, a wealthy couple who are raising a son named Damien, played by Harvey Stephens.
At Damien's fifth birthday party a strange and shocking incident perpetrated by his babysitter sets off a set of terrifying events that shape the entire premise of the film. Soon both parents begin to suspect that their son is not who he appears to be. Confirmation comes in the form of the constant warnings from a local priest named Father Brennan. On several occasions he warns Robert of his son's malicious intentions. He sends him to Megiddo, a city in Israel. It's here that Robert learns the true nature of his son's conception and how he must stop him.
With equally stunning performances from Billie Whitelaw and David Warner, this film progresses smoothly and the viewer is never bored. It wraps up beautifully with a climactic battle between good and evil.
I recommend The Omen for anyone who is a fan of psychological/supernatural horror. It's a must-see classic from a decade where film was at an all time high.
Budget Barbie Camper!
The Adventures of Priscilla: Queen Of The Desert is a fun and entertaining film about three drag queens who get together for a show in the Australian outback. One of them suffers a loss in her life and as a result gets together with her friends to perform one last tour as a way of getting away from her tragedy. They buy a busted old school bus, fix it up and hit the road together. As they travel across the country they sing, dance, play dress up and in the process bond closer together as friends. It's a wonderful and heartwarming film to watch if you're a fan of dresses, makeup, girl power and Abba! I recommend this film to anyone who's a fan of musical comedy.