The Christ-child has been born again, on the Angel Isle, Great Britain (Scotland, England & Wales). The plan is simple, kill the Christ child to prevent him from growing up to bring the return of Christ and death of the Anti-Christ.
Omen III: The Final Conflict (also released as simply The Final Conflict) is a 1981 American-British supernatural horror film directed by Graham Baker. It is the third instalment in The Omen series. Starring Sam Neill, Lisa Harrow and Rossano Brazzi, the film tells the progression of the now adult Damien Thorn to a position of earthly power, set against the countdown to the Second Coming and attempts of a group of priests to kill the Antichrist. Richard Donner, director of the first Omen film, returns as executive producer. The film was released in theatres on March 20, 1981.
When first released in 1981, the film’s original official title was simply The Final Conflict. Later, the title was adjusted to Omen III: The Final Conflict in home releases in order to accentuate its link to the other two films in the cycle. However, the opening title sequence still shows the original title without “Omen III” displayed.
In Germany and Hungary, the film was released as Barbara’s Baby, a play on the title Rosemary’s Baby. This title also appeared on some posters in many countries before the eventual title was announced.