Sunday Bloody Sunday: ‘The Decapitation’ From ‘The Omen’ (1976)

I’ve had The Omen on my mind a lot lately.  Maybe it’s because Mondo is releasing the remastered soundtrack on vinyl this Tuesday.  Or maybe it’s because I was born the same year that the original was released in theaters.  Better still, maybe it’s because I’m the Antichrist.  I’ll let you mull over that last one while I tell you that I’m very excited to showcase one of the most enjoyable decapitation scenes in horror movie history on this week’s Sunday Bloody Sunday.

A challenge like gathering the seven mythical daggers that you need to kill the son of Satan can be a daunting task.  Just ask professional photographer, Keith Jennings.  Better yet, why not watch below what happens to Mr. Jennings.  Apparently his head was really fake by the way.  Who knew?

Fitting that it’s Oscar Sunday by the way since Gregory Peck just gave an Oscar-worthy reaction to that awesome beheading.

Mondo Is Releasing A GREAT Vinyl Version Of ‘The Omen’ Soundtrack

Dammit Mondo!  You’re not supposed to be taking anymore of my money.  But it looks like on March 4th, you’ll be taking some more of it when you release a pretty sweet vinyl version of Jerry Goldsmith’s soundtrack for 1976’s, The Omen.


Yikes.  That would even make the son of Satan smile!  Good news and bad news here folks.  The good news is that no matter what, you’ll get the boney album cover artwork done by Phantom City Creative.  The bad news is that only 200 of those who order the vinyl will be lucky enough to get that “Mark Of The Beast Translucent Red” version that’s in the pic above.  Oh, and I forgot to mention the other good news that there are tracks included which have never been released on vinyl before.  So, set your calendars for March 4th and go HERE to order your newly mastered vinyl soundtrack of The Omen!