Phil Clayton’s review:
He's all grown up and killing babies.
Sam Neill plays the sinister anti-christ who wants to reign forever by destroying the second incarnation of Jesus Christ. Neill is certainly chilling and fits the part well. However I can't help feel what is needed a more "supernatural epic battle" portrayal. It feels like a bunch of incredibly stupid priests wondering around trying to poke this Satanic menace with a set of kitchen utensils.
It's much better than the second one, but that's not saying much.