The Omen 2014 Pictures

Ever wanted to take a trip down memory lane, were you a huge fan of The Omen original horror movie then you may be interested to view these current day images, it’s quite a nice spot and not near as scary as you would think.

All Saints Fulham London, England

Bishops Park in London, England

Take a (creepy) stroll down memory side of the road at Bishops Park in London, on the same cobbled way where, in “The Omen, ” Father Brennan warns Robert Thorn that his new son can be a demon. Continue in Brennan’s steps to any or all Saints Fulham, to the very spot where he was slaughtered with a lightening rod during a freak rainstorm. During your visit, you will likely hear calm choir songs as an alternative to thunderclaps– All Saints is “a radiant and growing church” with worship services nightly, a far cry from that of The Omen.

[ FACT ] Nightmare on Elm Street – 1984

When Johnny Depp’s character is lying during sexual intercourse listening the radio tune in to the DJ. The DJ announces that it is station KRGR. KRGR is Krueger with no vowels.

One of the removed scenes explained that Nancy and her friends are not only children. Their brother or sister was killed by Freddy. This scene is from your basement scene before Nancy’s mom shows her Freddy’s handwear cover. – featured on Laser Disc or VHS from Anchor Bay.

Johnny Depp’s initial film. He came to the audition with his close friend Jackie Earle Haley wherever he was spotted through director Wes Craven, who asked him if he’d love to read for the portion. Later when Wes Craven was in your house his 14yr old little girl spotted Johnny Depp’s scalp shot. She asked her father about him when he asked why she replied as a 14yr old would “Dad, Johnny Depp? That’s COOL! ” Think with out a 14yr’s input he may never have appeared inside the film! – As Wes Craven explained in “Going to Items: The Rise and Fall with the Slasher Film”.

At the hospital where Nancy’s dreams are generally “examined” (the part wherever her hair turns white) the particular nurse is played through Wes Craven’s wife, Mimi Craven.

The only times you see the words “Elm Street” are in the opening and closing credit. The word “Elm Street” seriously isn’t mentioned at all in the movie.