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"Let's understand each other. I sang the first hymn when the stars were born. Not that long ago, I announced to a young woman, Mary, who it was she was expecting. On the other hand, I've turned rivers into blood. Kings into cripples. Cities to salt. So, I don't think that I have to explain myself to you."
The Prophecy II
Prophecy II (1998)
Title: The Prophecy II
Directed by: Greg Spence
Written by: Matt Greenberg; Greg Spence
Produced by: Gregory Widen; Robert Little; W.K. Border; Joel Soisson; Denise Leong; Matt Greenberg
Music by: David Williams
Cinematography: Richard Clabaugh
Edited by: Christopher Cibelli; Ivan Ladizinsky
Distributed by: Dimension Films
Released: January 20th, 1998
Rating: R
Running time: 87 min.
Country: USA
Language: English
Previous: Prophecy (1995)
Next: Prophecy 3: The Ascent (2000)

The Prophecy II is an American feature film of the supernatural thriller genre. It deals with the subject of angels and demons. It is the second installment in the Prophecy film series and follows the 1995 film The Prophecy. The film was directed by Greg Spence with a script written by Spence and Matt Greenberg. It was produced by Dimension Films and released theatrically on January 20th, 1998. The film stars Christopher Walken reprising the role of the archangel Gabriel from the first film.

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  • The tagline for this film is, "He's back... and very angry!"

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