The Seventh SignDirector: Carl Schultz,
This horror thriller is based upon the final chapter of the Bible and centers upon Abby Quinn, a pregnant woman living in Venice, California who leases her garage apartment to mysterious David, who seems to be trying to claim the soul and the life of her unborn child. Little does she knows that he is Christ incarnate and has come to open each of the seven seals and release upon the wicked world the prophesied disasters. He has already broken six seals and now with Abby's baby prepares to break the seventh. Meanwhile, David is stalked by the mysterious Father Lucci who has more than a passing interest in Apocalyptic prophesies.
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Cast & Crew
|Francesca Bartoccini||Art Director|
|Robert W. Cort||Co-producer|
|Pennie Du Pont||Casting|
|Michael Fink||Special Effects Supervisor|
|Paul R. Gurian||Executive Producer|
|James M. Halty||Stunts|
|Dream Quest Images||Special Effects|
|Dessie Markovsky||Sound/Sound Designer|
|Stephen Marsh||Production Designer|
|Hans Metz||Special Effects|
|Jack Nitzsche||Score Composer|
|Emile Razpopov||Sound/Sound Designer|
|Craig Reardon||Makeup Special Effects|
|Chris Soldo||Asst. Director|
|Ray Svedin||Special Effects|
|Dorinda Rice Wood||Costumes/Costume Designer|
|Kevin Yagher||Special Effects|
|Kevin Yeager||Makeup,Makeup Special Effects|
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This movie isn't even closely related to Biblical events.
I've watched this movie many times over the years; it has a good combination of family drama and mystery with an otherworldly component and great atmospheric scenes. If you're looking for gore and loud heavy metal this is not for you. Just the same type of good old fashioned suspense that you see in movies like The Omen or The Changeling (the 80s one with George C Scott).
Again, Demi Moore nails it in this one.