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"Realistic, dramatically acted, and supported with graphic violence, Prophecy is not easily forgotten – [it] stands towering amidst the sub-genre from which it spawned." – Bloody Disgusting
Robert Foxworth (Damien: Omen II) and Talia Shire (Rocky, The Godfather) star as a doctor and his wife who travel to Maine to research the impact of the lumber industry on the local environment. They begin to investigate a succession of mysterious and terrifying events: ecological freaks of nature and a series of bizarre and grisly human deaths. Something unimaginably horrible waits in the woods ... something unwittingly created by man, that will become an uncontrollable, merciless machine of destruction. Veteran director John Frankenheimer (The Island Of Dr. Moreau) presents "a gritty, violent, and deadly film that [packs] a death punch with very vivid, nightmarish special effects ..." (Bloody Disgusting).
NEW All Of Our Sins – An Interview With Talia Shire
NEW Bearing Up – An Interview With Actor Robert Foxworth
NEW Bear And Grin It – An Interview With Writer David Seltzer
NEW Hard To Bear – An Interview With Special Make-up Effects Designer Tom Burman
NEW Prophecy Prodigy – An Interview With Special Make-up Effects Artist Allan Apone
NEW Beneath The Bear – An Interview With Mime Artist Tom McLoughlin
RUN-TIME: 102 min
ASPECT RATIO: 2.35:1