The Omega Man

The Omega Man

Robert Neville, a doctor, due to an experimental vaccine, is the only survivor of an apocalyptic war waged with biological weapons. The plague caused by the war has killed everyone else except for a few hundred deformed, nocturnal people calling themselves "The Family". The plague has caused them to become sensitive to light, as well as homicidally psychotic.

Due to an experimental vaccine, Dr. Robert Neville is the only survivor of an apocalyptic war waged with biological weapons. The plague caused by the war has killed everyone else except for a few hundred deformed, nocturnal people calling themselves "The Family". During the day, he roams through the vacant city. At night, he fends off a bloodthirsty horde of mutant scavengers garbed in Spanish inquisition robes and sunglasses, led by Matthias, a former television newscaster in his good ol'; pre-mutant days. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Omega Man torrent reviews

Roy S (ag) wrote: A very compelling story. How could it fail to be? But Brian Dennehy as Kublai Khan? Why? Some very nice production values though.

charlotte m (us) wrote: I think it was a heart felt show had a lot of emotions. I think they could have gave him a better chance .

Liam H (it) wrote: lots of shooting. asano is still the man.class film.enough said

Bill B (de) wrote: Gave it a spin at long last for Movie Shame Monday, as it's one of those classic '80s film that somehow escaped em over the years, and it paid off for the most part, with Albert Brooks and Holly Hunter being the best bits for me, even though William Hurt is no slouch either.Well worth a rental at the very least.

Steven M (es) wrote: while Shock Treatment isn't as good as the Rocky Horror Show or The Rocky horror Picture Show Shock Treatment is still a pretty decent movie the songs "Shock Treatment" And "Bitchin' In the Kitchen" are my favorites. It is a shame Tim Curry Didn't Appear in it but it did have Patricia Quinn, Little Nell (Nell Campbell) and of Course Richard O'Brien. The Plot is a little weak and some of the songs sound the same due to the fact most of them have a similar background sound it is still a good movie and it is a different from the first movie even though it is loosely based off it. it is still worth seeing and one of the best underrated movies of all time.

Grant S (jp) wrote: Good drama that had the potential to be one of the greats.The setup for this movie was interesting, and made you think there was a clear, focused message coming as some stage. The movie was set up to rail against religion as a business, how some people use religion for their own ends, and how easily people can be manipulated in the name of religion. There was also an opportunity to look at the influence of the media.However, from a point the movie lost focus. The snake-oil salesman turned out to have redeeming qualities, turns out religious organisations can do some good, the bs-printing newspaper printed the truth for once...It's as if the writer and director pulled their punches. Rather than a damning expose of certain religious organisations, it is a story of a man, a man with good and bad qualities. No particular message in the end, and very disappointing in that respect.Still made for an interesting story, just not anywhere near as brilliant as it could have been.Mesmerizing, powerful performance by Burt Lancaster in the lead role. There's a fine line between powerful acting and over-acting. Lancaster comes close on several occasions, but doesn't cross it. He well deserved his Best Actor Oscar.Solid support from Jean Simmons, Arthur Kennedy and Shirley Jones. Jones won a Best Supporting Actress Oscar for her role as Lulu Bains. Not sure it was THAT good a performance, but she sure did look good delivering it...

Daniel F (nl) wrote: Great atmosphere, but silly story

Scott W (ru) wrote: Haven't seen Halloween .. I trust is much better .. Don't think this movie ages well ... Seemed a little campy .. Saying that last twenty minutes were best part. imo. Very disappointing

Matt B (gb) wrote: Wolf Creek is an ugly, depressing, vile, misogynistic experience in horror brutality. And yet, it really freaked me out. John Jarratt gives one of the greatest villain performances of all time. He is absolutely TERRIFYING. So damn creepy.But is Wolf Creek worth recommending? I don't know. It freaked me out, but it also made me really depressed. Up to you.

Jerry R (de) wrote: I really liked this movie. Taylor Swift and Zac Efron had chemistry in this movie. I found my self laughing in parts with Betty White's Norma. I really did not care for the thneed flashback story and that villain was horrible this movie didn't need a North Korea like border I just though it was kind of corny but at the end I watched one of Illumantion's best movies yet

Lynn B (jp) wrote: A great ending to a great trilogy.