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What year did The Omen come out?
The Omen hit theaters in June 1976 through 20th Century Fox. Critics had conflicting opinions, but the film raked in over $60 million at the U.S. box office, making it a big money-maker in 1976.
How scary is The Omen 1976?
The Omen stands out as a top-notch horror flick from the 1970s. Devoid of gore and sexual content, it simply sends shivers down your spine. Every aspect of the film adds to its chilling atmosphere: Jerry Goldsmith’s award-winning music, exceptional performances, striking cinematography, and a truly terrifying finale.
Why did Gregory Peck do The Omen?
Gregory Peck agreed to play the role of a tormented father struggling with guilt because he had been absent when his son Jonathon took his own life in 1975.