The Omen Pentology Box Set (5 Disc DVD Boxset) - contains The Omen 30th Anniversary Edition / Damien: Omen II / Omen III: The Final Conflict / Omen IV: The Awakening / The Omen (2006) £6.85 (with voucher) + Free Delivery @ Zavvi - HotUKDeals
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This demonic box set features all 5 of The Omen films, including the 2006 remake!

The Omen (Dir. Richard Donner, 1976): He was born at 6am on the 6th day of the 6th month. The coming of Armageddon, the site of the final confrontation between the forces of good and evil, as foretold in the Book of Revelations, will begin with the birth of the son of Satan - in human form.

Unable to tell his wife Katherine the tragic news of their still-born son, American diplomat Robert Thorn accepts a new-born orphan as his son. Details of the child's birth remain a secret, but as the boy Damien grows older, it becomes apparent that he is no ordinary child. As mysterious deaths and strange warnings occur, Robert Thorn slowly becomes aware of the hideous evil behind the child's innocent face and the significance of the numbers 666, which bring about the most terrifying of revelations.

The Omen 2 - Damien (Dir. Don Taylor, 1978): Since the sudden and highly suspicious death of his parents, 12-year-old Damien has been in the charge of his wealthy aunt and uncle (Lee Grant and William Holden).

Widely feared to be the Antichrist, Damien relentlessly plots to seize control of his uncle's business empire - and the world. Meanwhile, anyone attempting to unravel the secrets of Damien's sinister past or fiendish future meets with a swift and cruel demise.

The Omen 3 - The Final Conflict (Dir. Graham Baker, 1981): Damien Thorn (Sam Neill) has helped rescue the world from a recession, appearing to be a benign corporate benefactor. When he then becomes U.S Ambassador to England, Damien fulfills a terrifying biblical prophecy. He also faces his own potential demise as an astronomical event brings about the second coming of Christ.

Determined to thwart his holy arch-nemesis, as well as a group of priests intent on killing him, Damien begins his most destructive rampage yet...

The Omen 4 - The Awakening (Dir. Jorge Montesi & Dominique Othenin-Girard, 1991): Gene and Karen York are the living embodiment of The American Dream. Rich, influential attorneys, they have everything a couple could want: except a child.

When the Yorks learn of a beautiful baby girl waiting to adopted, they instantly fall in love with baby Delia and adopt her. But terror and destruction seem to follow Delia wherever she goes. The priest who baptised her mysteriously dies, the psychic fair she attends burns in a fiery holocaust and her nanny falls from a second story window, impaling herself on a merry-go-round. Soon, Delia's mother begins to questions the "coincidence" of these catastrophes. Her thoughts can't help but turn toward the biblical prophesy of Armageddon, the final confrontation between the forces of good and evil, beginning with the birth of Satan in human form!

The Omen (Dir. John Moore, 2006): Robert Thorn, a senior diplomat stumbles upon a plan to prevent the inevitable heartache of his wife, Katherine, following her third miscarriage. The hospital priest presents Thorn with another child born that night, whose mother died in childbirth - Katherine will never know the truth. As the child, Damien, turns five, unsettling events begin to occur: Damien's nanny hangs herself at the youngster's birthday party; a strange priest brings dire warnings to Thorn; a children's trip to the zoo results in a panicked frenzy; Damien becomes hysterical during a drive to church; and blurred movements in a series of photographs portend shocking deaths. Enter Mrs. Baylock, Damien's new nanny, who seems to have a preordained duty to the child. Then tragedy strikes closer to home. But only later does Thorn comprehend the truth: Damien is no ordinary child; he is the long-prophesized Anti-Christ. Now, Thorn must make the ultimate sacrifice...

Special Features

The Omen - Special Edition:
Commentary by director Richard Donner and editor Stuart Baird
Commentary by director Richard Donner and writer/director Brian Helgeland
Love Theme featurette
Damien To Church featurette
Dog Attack featurette
666 And Mrs Baylock featurette
Jerry Goldsmith on The Score
Curse or Coincidence featurette
Original theatrical trailer
The Omen 2 (Remastered):
The Omen Legacy Part 2
Commentary by producer Harvey Bernhard
The Omen 2006 - Life After Film School featurette (23 mins)
The Omen 3 (Remastered):
The Omen Legacy Part 3
Commentary by director Graham Barker
The Omen 2006 - Making A Scene featurette
The Omen 4 (Remastered):
The Omen Legacy Part 4
The Omen 2006 - World Premiere featurette
The Omen 2006 - Casting Session featurette
The Omen (2006 Remake):
Commentary by John Moore, Glen Williamson and Dan Zimmerman
Omenisms - The Making of 666 (50 mins)
Abbey Road featurette
Revelations 666 featurette
Extended scenes
Alternate ending

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can you telll me where it asks for the code when you check out?
Don't forget quidco.

Nice find, was about to pick this up for £10 at HMV yesterday
can you telll me where it asks for the code when you check out?

When you hit add to basket hit the view basket instead of going to checkout it will be there then you can hit goto checkout :)
Help What Code Do I Use Keeps Coming Up At £7.85
Help What Code Do I Use Keeps Coming Up At £7.85
Thanks Code Worked Fine

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