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Seventh Sign
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The Seventh Sign

3.7 4
Director: Carl Schultz

Cast: Demi Moore, Michael Biehn, Jürgen Prochnow

 

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The apocalypse is nigh, and the only thing procuring the damnation of mankind and God's vengeful will is a woman and her unborn child in Columbia TriStar's release of director Carl Schultz's grim tale of terror. Viewable in either 2.35:1 anamorphic widescreen or 1.33:1 pan-and-scan, this release offers a variety of language options including audio rendered in either

Overview

The apocalypse is nigh, and the only thing procuring the damnation of mankind and God's vengeful will is a woman and her unborn child in Columbia TriStar's release of director Carl Schultz's grim tale of terror. Viewable in either 2.35:1 anamorphic widescreen or 1.33:1 pan-and-scan, this release offers a variety of language options including audio rendered in either closed-captioned English Dolby Digital Surround or French Dolby Digital Surround with optional English or French subtitles. Though bonus materials are virtually non-existent, the opportunity to view this film in it's original theatrical aspect ratio and with multiple language options is sure to appeal to fans of the ominous thriller.

Editorial Reviews

All Movie Guide - Michael Costello
Carl Schultz's apocalyptic mystery borders on camp but boasts an impassioned performance by Demi Moore. A pregnant young woman (Moore) leases an apartment to a mysterious figure (Jurgen Prochnow) and strange things begin to happen. What with Israeli villages freezing over, Nicaraguan rivers running with blood, and Haitian beaches covered with fish, it would be easy for a girl to get confused; but Moore seems to take it all in stride as she learns from the ominous Prochnow about her crucial role in the world's salvation. Just about everything and everyone is a portent of some kind in a film in which the most seemingly innocuous events are underscored by the strains of Gregorian chant. Unlike Rosemary's Baby (1968), an obvious influence, the film suggests no tangency with everyday life, and its final effect is more ludicrous than disturbing. Moore plays her barely written character with intelligence and strength, and Prochnow does as well as one could in an extremely silly part.

Product Details

Release Date:
10/14/1998
UPC:
0043396700796
Original Release:
1988
Rating:
R
Source:
Sony Pictures
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Full Frame, Wide Screen]
Sound:
[Dolby Digital Surround]
Time:
1:37:00

Special Features

Languages: English, French; Subtitles: English and French; Scene Selections; Full-screen and widescreen formats

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Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Demi Moore Abby Quinn
Michael Biehn Russell Quinn
Jürgen Prochnow David, the Boarder
Manny Jacobs Avi
Peter Friedman Father Lucci
John Heard Reverend
Akosua Busia Penny
John Taylor Jimmy Zaragoza
Arnold Johnson Janitor
Leo Cimino Head Cardinal
Lee Garlington Dr. Inness
Richard Devon 2nd Cardinal
Haney W. Baisl Kid's Komer Salesman
Rabbi Baruch Cohon Cantor
Pennie Du Pont Actor
Rabbi William Kramer Ragbbi Ornstein
Yuri Ogawa Nurse
John Walcutt Novicate
Michael Laskin Israeli Colonel
Patricia Allison Administrator
Ian Buchanan Meteorologist
Glynn Edwards Newscaster
Robin Groth Newscaster
Dick Spangler Newscaster
Harry Bartron Reporter
Dale Butcher Reporter
Dorothy Sinclair Reporter
Larry Eisenberg Reporter
Lisa Hestrin Nurse
Christiane Carman Nurse
Irene Fernicola Nurse
Karen Shaver Nurse
Kathryn Miller Nurse
Cornelia Whitcomb Nurse
Mariko Tse Private Nurse
Adam Nelson Paramedic
David L. King Paramedic
Sonny Santiago Medical Technician
Fredric Arnold Surgeon
Blanche Rubin Mrs. Ornstein
Joe Mays Motel Clerk
Jane Frances Game Show Woman
Robert Herron Jimmy's Guard
J.N. Roberts Jimmy's Guard
Hank Calia Jimmy's Guard
Gary Epper Jimmy's Guard
John Sherrod Jimmy's Guard
Hugo L. Stanger Old Priest
Darwyn Carson Reporter

Technical Credits
Carl Schultz Director
Francesca Bartoccini Art Director
Jack Behr Screenwriter
Caroline Biggerstaff Editor
Robert W. Cort Co-producer
Pennie Du Pont Casting
Ted Field Co-producer
Michael Fink Special Effects Supervisor
Clifford Green Screenwriter
Ellen Green Screenwriter
Paul R. Gurian Executive Producer
James M. Halty Stunts
Gary Hymes Stunts
Dream Quest Images Special Effects
George Kaplan Screenwriter
Sandy Kroopf Screenwriter
David Kurt Songwriter
Dessie Markovsky Sound/Sound Designer
Stephen Marsh Production Designer
Hans Metz Special Effects
Greg Nelson Makeup
Jack Nitzsche Score Composer
Emile Razpopov Sound/Sound Designer
Craig Reardon Makeup Special Effects
Juan Ruiz-Anchia Cinematographer
Robert Ryan Makeup
Chris Soldo Asst. Director
Ray Svedin Special Effects
W.W. Wicket Screenwriter
Dorinda Rice Wood Costumes/Costume Designer
Kevin Yagher Special Effects
Kevin Yeager Makeup,Makeup Special Effects

Scene Index

Scene Selections
0. Scene Selections
1. Start [4:18]
2. Negev desert [2:13]
3. Father Lucci [1:36]
4. Abby [5:46]
5. Bad dream [2:12]
6. In the jungle [1:00]
7. Jimmy [2:46]
8. David Banner [6:46]
9. Sparrows & babies [6:28]
10. Kaddish [2:42]
11. In emergency [2:36]
12. Nicaragua [1:14]
13. Watching the news [3:31]
14. Lucci's conclusion [4:27]
15. Earthquake [1:43]
16. Dr. Ornstein [2:14]
17. Biblical prophesies [2:06]
18. The Guf [3:00]
19. Moon turns to blood [2:14]
20. Back in emergency [3:55]
21. Contemplating suicide [5:29]
22. Hailstorm [7:30]
23. In Jimmy's cell [2:00]
24. The last martyr [5:16]
25. The execution [3:06]
26. Earthquake [1:27]
27. "Will you die for him?" [4:32]
28. Full again [4:31]
Side #2-Full Screen
0. Scene Selections
1. Start [4:18]
2. Negev Desert [2:13]
3. Father Lucci [1:36]
4. Abby [5:46]
5. Bad dream [2:12]
6. In the jungle [1:00]
7. Jimmy [2:46]
8. David Banner [6:46]
9. Sparrows & babies [6:28]
10. Kaddish [2:42]
11. In emergency [2:36]
12. Nicaragua [1:14]
13. Watching the news [3:31]
14. Lucci's conclusion [4:27]
15. Earthquake [1:43]
16. Dr. Ornstein [2:14]
17. Biblical prophesies [2:06]
18. The Guf [3:00]
19. Moon turns to blood [2:14]
20. Back in emergency [3:55]
21. Contemplating suicide [5:29]
22. Hailstorm [7:30]
23. In Jimmy's cell [2:00]
24. The last martyr [5:16]
25. The Execution [3:06]
26. Earthquake [1:27]
27. "Will you die for him?" [4:32]
28. Full again [4:31]

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The Seventh Sign 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This movie isn't even closely related to Biblical events.
JiveTurkey More than 1 year ago
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).
SerenahAK More than 1 year ago
Again, Demi Moore nails it in this one.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago