Donnie Darko, image courtsey of Arrow Films

Donnie Darko + The Omen - Double Bill

Film4 Summer Screen at Somerset House

Sat 12 Aug 2017
Doors 18.30
£20.00 + booking fees

DJ from 18.45 First film starts approximately 21.00. For telephone bookings call 0844 847 1715 (booking with Ticketmaster, calls will cost 7p per minute plus your network access charge)

The Edmond J. Safra
Fountain Court

Jake Gyllenhaal’s cult antihero Donnie Darko and Devil’s spawn Damien Thorn team up for an eerily entertaining double-bill of suburban Gothic and Satanic panic.

Certificate 15
Duration 113 + 111 mins

The Devil made them do it! Donnie and Damien, two creepy kids to whom bad things keep happening, team up for a long, dark double-bill of suburban Gothic and Satanic panic. Jake Gyllenhaal delivers a star-making performance as Donnie Darko, a troubled teen haunted by both a giant rabbit and a belief that his actions may lead to the end of the world. Providing more questions than answers, the cult puzzle-box from 2001 gets deeper, weirder and more enthralling with each visit (especially in this brand-new digital restoration¸ which gives the spooky mystery a new lease of life).

The real black magic follows later in the night with The Omen, as terror comes to 1970s London in the form of Devil’s spawn Damien Thorn, a seemingly innocent young child who turns out to be from a very bad family. This horror classic still possesses a demonic power more than 40 years after it first terrified audiences, and the Oscar-winning music by Jerry Goldsmith will sound spookier than ever when heard outdoors at midnight.


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Expect an 80s laden set dripping in Satanic shoegaze from everyone’s favourite teen angst specialists.

Donnie Darko remains an aesthetically filmed blend of off-beat comedy, mind-boggling sci-fi, and subjective storytelling that serves as a singular and timeless piece of cinema.

Kyle Aaronson, PopMatters
Donnie Darko Trailer


The Omen contains some of the most memorable untimely deaths in cinema history.

Anna Baddeley, Daily Telegraph
The Omen Trailer
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