The First Omen 2024 movie review

“The First Omen” serves as a chilling prequel to the iconic 1976 horror film “The Omen,” laying the foundation for the terrifying narrative that has captivated horror enthusiasts for decades. Margaret Daino embarks on a journey to Rome, destined to serve the church by working in an orphanage. However, as darkness creeps into her life, Margaret’s unwavering faith is put to the test. Amidst her struggles, she stumbles upon a sinister conspiracy to unleash pure evil upon the world, with Margaret unwittingly caught in its grasp.

Echoing the boundary-pushing legacy of its predecessor, “The First Omen” nearly earned an NC-17 rating, pushing the boundaries of horror once again. While crafting an original storyline for audiences to immerse themselves in, the film expertly sets the stage for the events of “The Omen” and provides answers to long-standing questions within the franchise. Making her directorial debut, Arkasha Stevenson leaves an indelible mark not only on this series but on the horror genre as a whole.

During the premiere of the film, Screen Rant had the opportunity to interview the cast, producers, and director of “The First Omen” on the red carpet. Keith Levine hinted at future stories within “The Omen” universe and reflected on his collaboration with Lance Reddick for “Batman Unburied.” Nell Tiger Free shared eerie anecdotes from the set of “The First Omen” and discussed her personal connection to the original “Omen” film.


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