Offers audio commentary by Graham Baker and theatrical trailers for other Omen movies and bonus trailers for eight other Fox titles. Includes the two-minute, two-second up-front ad for Fox DVDs. Also available in a four-disc set for $99.98. Catalog Number 2000451.
Also available in a four-disc set for $99.98. Catalog Number 2000451.
Omen III: The Final Conflict finds our anit-hero all grown up and wielding tremendous power in global financial concerns. Becoming the U.S. Ambassador to England, Damien (Neill) is on his way to filfilling an ominous Biblical prophecy. Still there are those out to stop the antichrist, and both factions are in for their toughest battle yet.
The anamorphically enhanced 2.35:1 DVD exhibits pleasing quality with a look that is similar to the other titles in the series. Images are very hazy at times. Though images are a bit soft, background detail and clarity are generally well rendered throughout. Colors are well balanced, with good saturation, but the picture looks quite dim overall. Images in the darker scenes tend to get lost, and are wanting in delineation. Source element artifacts are apparent, but pixelization does not distract.
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