This meandering distaff variant on The Omen begins with a go to from a wierd pregnant girl (Angela Pleasence) to the home of a younger suburban couple (Malcolm Stoddard and Cyd Hayman), the place she provides delivery to a child woman and promptly exits stage left. The befuddled pair determine to undertake the white-haired, angelic-looking toddler, solely to find the kid’s true nature within the years to come back. One after the other, the couple’s pure offspring are killed off in horrible methods; any future makes an attempt at conception finish in miscarriage and Stoddard’s eventual sterility. These horrific occasions unfold over a interval of a number of years — an idea which in all probability served higher in print than on display screen, the place such leisurely plot growth dooms any likelihood for suspense. Worse, the imprecise supernatural rationalization isn’t adequately clarified by the movie’s denouement, leaving little greater than a somber story of meaningless tragedy.