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The Prophecy II

The Prophecy II DVD cover
Directed by Greg Spence
Produced by Bob Weinstein
Harvey Weinstein
Gregory Widen
Robert Little
Matt Greenberg
Joel Soisson
W.K. Border
Written by Gregory Widen
Matt Greenberg
Greg Spence
Starring Christopher Walken
Russell Wong
Jennifer Beals
Brittany Murphy
Eric Roberts
Music by David C. Williams
Dennis Michael Tenney
Cinematography Richard Clabaugh
Editing by Ivan Ladizinsky
Distributed by Buena Vista Home Video
Dimension Films
Release date(s) January 20, 1998
Running time 87 mins
Country  United States
Language English/German
Preceded by The Prophecy (1995)
Followed by The Prophecy 3: The Ascent (2000)

The Prophecy II (in some European markets, God's Army II) is a motion picture produced by Walt Disney Studios's affiliate Buena Vista Home Video and released direct to video on January 20, 1998, and is the sequel to The Prophecy. The film stars Christopher Walken, Russell Wong, Jennifer Beals, Eric Roberts, Bruce Abbott, and Brittany Murphy, and was nominated for the Saturn Award.



Gabriel returns from hell to Earth to prevent the birth of a child, a nephilim, the offspring of one of his kind and one of God's "monkeys" (i.e., humans). The coming of this child, said to precede reconciliation between the warring factions in heaven, has been prophesied by a monk, Thomas Daggett — the former detective from the first film in the series. The child's conception takes place when Valerie, a nurse, is seduced by an attractive stranger (the angel Danyael) who she hit with her car. She finds a few days later that she is in advanced pregnancy.

Gabriel attempts to find the whereabouts of the child from Daggett, but kills him when he refuses to help. When Danyael kills members of Gabriel's army of angels, Gabriel instead employs the assistance of a teenage girl (Izzy) who has just committed suicide. Gabriel keeps her alive to help him in his search for Valerie (despite his powers as an angel, he is completely naive about technology, and is unable to drive a car or work a computer).

Gabriel's war against Danyael and the other angels climaxes in a battle in Eden, now an industrial wasteland. Danyael is killed, but Valerie defeats Gabriel by seizing him and jumping from a building, confident that God will protect her as he told her he would (she reveals that Gabriel is unable to hear his voice as he simply doesn't listen); she is indeed unharmed, but Gabriel is impaled on a spike. As punishment, Gabriel is turned into a human by Michael. Valerie raises the child by herself, accepting the risk that the angels may come for her. The film ends with Gabriel as a derelict; a face in the sky and ominous clouds show that the war in heaven is not over.



The film score by David C. Williams was released on Perseverance Records September 19, 2006.

See also

The Prophecy

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