Film & Water Presents: Turn It Off with Tracy #21


Episode 21: THE OMEN

It’s all for you, Damien! Tracy tries watching 1976’s THE OMEN, starring Gregory Peck and Lee Remick, and directed by Rob’s good friend Richard Donner.

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5 responses to “Film & Water Presents: Turn It Off with Tracy #21

  1. Tracy, I love that you named one of your fists Tammy Duckworth. Being in Illinois, I’m proud to say I voted for her. Duckworth is a great role model and one of the few shining rays of hope for me so I’m glad to see the love making it all the way over in NJ too.

  2. As a kid who loved horror movies for gore, the decapitation scene was the big draw.

    As an adult who likes to be creeped out, the first nanny hanging herself is what creeps me out more.

    Good movie to review. And, as usual, Donner got it right.

    If we are looking for a ‘turn it off’ movie, pop in the first Hellraiser. You won’t get 3 minutes in. But that seems like low hanging fruit.

    Going back to Diabolique, I don’t know if Michel had been legally declared dead yet. No body. Obviously, if you fake your death and go through the paperwork, that is a crime.

  3. Man, I haven’t seen this in a long time. Satanic-themed films are the ones that really chill my blood, and this one freaked me out pretty bad when I finally saw it. Great movie either way!

    Tracy, I think I was down for covering To Kill A Mockingbird with Rob for Film and Water, but I hereby remove myself from the list, so you can cover it with him. He owes you that movie! 😉

    Oh, and great Gregory Peck impersonation Rob!


  4. Two suggestions for possible movies to discuss:

    The Boys from Brazil or Marathon Man

    Not really horror, but good thrillers with intense moments. And who doesn’t want to Peck as Dr. Mengle?

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