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  1. FISCHER's rating of the film Damien: Omen II

    Une suite à "La malédiction" qui est loin de démériter, mais qui se cantonne tout de même, avec obstination, dans les habituels schémas du genre...

  2. Dan Kenneth Gigernes's rating of the film Damien: Omen II

    Sequel follows the rules from the original, but by doing so it also takes few risks and is a unnecessary film as it pretty much retells everything from the original and doesn't enhance the overall story much further. But, it do deliver well directed gory, original death sequences for a Hollywood horror movie and the actors playing the Devil worshipers are great. Only for horror fans though.

  3. Richmond Hill's rating of the film Damien: Omen II

    Not wearing its commercial venality lightly this pointless cash-in is a stodgy tick-list of ever more fanciful death scenes. The film seems to exist for these showy set piece exterminations and nothing else - even the cod-religious references of the first film are muffled. Goldsmith's electronic riff on his existing score is a minor compensation. Whether Hodges would have risen above the formulaic will never be known

  4. msmichel's rating of the film Damien: Omen II

    The second entry in the series was a lesser achievement taking Damien seven years further down the road to military school and having him find out about his birthright. The scares take a back seat this time save a vicious roadside bird attack that impresses. Casting is apt with Lee Grant best in show with her blood curdling cry of 'his' name.

  5. rafabauer's rating of the film Damien: Omen II

    The novelization is better.

  6. Nicholas Gregory's rating of the film Damien: Omen II

    The Omen films are basically slashers without a slasher, akin to the modern Final Destination series. When this sequel is at its best it features some quite memorable scenes that create dimension for Damien that the first neglected-- mainly involving him finding out his destiny-- but like that original film, the horror scenes and death sequences fall into too much of a predictable pattern.

  7. Rafael Fonseca's rating of the film Damien: Omen II

    A troubled production(two directors)that nonetheless bred a top-shape sequel that trades the lukewarm domestiqué of the original for bolder action: both a slasher-less slasher flick and a coming-of-age-lite about being Satan's son, Omen II is completely entertaining and ambitiously finds its footing: bigger, brasher. What if during puberty you find out you were the Antichrist? Some scenes truly ended up great. [cont]

  8. Howard Orr's rating of the film Damien: Omen II

    Poor old Bill Holden has to deal with the anti-Christ while also juggling the running of a multinational company with wearing a disconcertingly sizeable collection of tank-top/tweed jacket combos (although perhaps all that is small-fry after Norma Desmond). But hey, someone's disemboweled by an elevator, so it's not all bad.

  9. Nelson Núñez's rating of the film Damien: Omen II

    Esquemática y ridícula. Carece por completo de la eficacia y la calidad de su predecesora.

  10. Amandenberg's rating of the film Damien: Omen II

    The elevator death scene is insane. I could watch that looped all day.

  11. Publius's rating of the film Damien: Omen II

  12. Spencer Draper's rating of the film Damien: Omen II

    The tagline should have been: "Greg Peck couldn't stop him, so now let's see if Bill Holden can!" I couldn't help but laugh hysterically at all of the deaths in the film.