'''The Omega Code''' is a 1999 thriller film directed by Robert Marcarelli, and produced by Matthew Crouch for Code Productions and Gener8xion Entertainment. In the movie's story, Dr. Gillen Lane, a self-help guru and Bible Code expert, is hired by [[MostDefinitelyNotAVillain political upstart Stone Alexander]] (Michael York) to help with his campaign. It is then ever-so-subtly revealed to us that Stone is TheAntichrist, looking to bring about the Tribulation and Armageddon.
It was followed by a sequel, ''Megiddo'', in which we learn Stone's origins.
!!This movie contains examples of:
* AllThereInTheScript: While Udo Kier's character in ''Megiddo'' is never named in the movie proper, the credits list him as "The Guardian"
* TheAntichrist: Stone Alexander.
* BecauseDestinySaysSo: In the second movie a few of Stone's actions are explicitly for no reason other than that he is prophesied to do them, and he's so arrogant he thinks he can win anyway. The biggest is gathering all of the armies of the world together at Armageddon, which has no strategic benefit whatsoever and both allows a final attack by his remaining enemies and leaves his loyalists conveniently all gathered in one spot when God starts in with the orbital bombardment.
* BrotherChuck: Dominic, Cassandra and Lane, despite aiding Stone at various points in the first movie, are nowhere to be found in the sequel.
* CainAndAbel: David Alexander is the Abel to Stone's Cain. Fortunately, it is the Cain of this pairing that gets killed, or rather sent to the Lake of Fire.
** Michael York has quite a few moments in the sequel:
** Stone is in his palace in Rome, looks to the sky and starts mocking God and claiming there's nothing he can do to stop him. On cue, ''a meteor'' falls from the sky and ''blows up the Colosseum''. How does Stone react to this? By raising his fists above his head and shouting "'''[[BringIt BRING IT ON!]]'''"
** Stone giving a speech to a crowd of Africans berating them for some reason before [[ForTheEvulz killing them all with lightning:]]
--->'''Stone''': ''I cannot help you because YOU HAVE TURNED YOUR BACKS '''ON ME'''''! '''''OOOOOON MEEEEEEEEEEEE!'''''
* TheChosenOne: The movie ''Megiddo'' makes a big deal about David being this, but he ultimately gets his ass kicked and has nothing to do with the final victory, which God just does Himself.
* ContinuitySnarl: There are no points of continuity between either movie, save for one scene where Stone kills his father (an event referenced in the first movie, and played out in the second). The timelines don't even gibe--the first movie is quite clearly set in 1998-99, yet the second movie, which didn't get to play with pre-millennial fears, sets the bulk of the story in 2011.
* DealWithTheDevil: Stone doesn't give people things in exchange for their soul, he lets them keep their souls if they give him what he wants. It isn't clear if he can actually back this up.
* DeusExMachina: God, naturally, does this in both films.
* TheDragon: Dominic in the first film.
* DVDBonusContent: Of the uninteresting variety. The first film comes with your average "Making Of" feature, which told us exactly what the Second Unit does. The second film comes with a speech from Hal Lindsey, some trailers and a bit of info on how they did the [[ConspicuousCGI less interesting effects]]. Why they don't cover the [[VisualEffectsOfAwesome dust hounds the False Prophet summons]] is a mystery.
* EvilTastesGood: That bit in ''Megiddo'' where Stone and David talk about Stone's chances of getting what he wants...
--->'''Stone''': I'll always have a chance in Hell, David.
* TheGeneralsDaughter: In ''Megiddo'', Stone manages to get the approval of his marriage to Gabriella by her father (in addition to not getting kicked out of military school) as a result of the general [[DealWithTheDevil selling his soul]].
* GoshDarnItToHeck: Seeing as these are Christian films, this was to be expected. Gets ''really'' noticeable in ''Megiddo'' once you see Creator/RLeeErmey, a guy whose [[Film/FullMetalJacket best known role]] was ClusterFBomb incarnate, talking about "blowing smoke up your hind quarters" and the "United BLESSED States of America".
* HearingVoices: It's revealed that Stone hears voices, but the context of the story implies that these are ''real'' voices, and not auditory hallucinations as would occur in mental illness. [[spoiler:After his resurrection]], Stone reveals what appears on the surface to be thought insertion, a delusion where you believe some of your thoughts are not your own but come from the outside, but considering that he was [[spoiler:resurrected after having been ''dead'' with no heartbeat in a room temperature place for quite a while]], the context implies that these actually ''are'' somebody else's thoughts, [[spoiler:namely the devil]]. Of course, Stone [[spoiler::proclaims himself to be God]], but this would be more conceit, [[spoiler:shared with the devil]], than delusion.
* JesusTaboo: In ''Megiddo'' [[spoiler:once Stone is defeated by a literal DeusExMachina, we see him being dragged to a pit of fire ]] while repeatedly shouting "NAZARENE!"
* MeaningfulName: The newsreader/talk show host is named Cassandra. However, she is explicitly not TheCassandra.
* MilitarySchool: Young Stone is sent to one in Italy after he tried to burn his baby brother to death.
* MissingMom: Stone's mother died giving birth to younger brother David.
* NiceJobBreakingItHero: ''Megiddo'' has a scene in which a black maid is comforting David when she mentions the Lord taking their mother but giving Stone David as a baby brother. [[spoiler:Soon after, Stone (after having been initially possessed by Satan) then tries to kill David by setting his crib on fire.]]
* PoesLaw: The second movie especially departs heavily from the standard script for End Times movies, has the villain following Revelations as a script when there is no obvious reason to so, introduces a "chosen one" plot for the brother of the Antichrist which goes nowhere, features some rather bizarre theology for a Pentecostal film, and is topped by delightfully hammy performances. It still gets considerable play on Christian TV stations, though. The director has more-or-less admitted to playing this up for his own amusement when making it.
* ProphecyTwist: In the second movie, Stone relies on the "Kings of the East" passage from ''Revelations'' in assuming that the Chinese will appear at Megiddo and fight on his side, even though the President of China has done nothing except state his opposition to Stone. When Armageddon final arrives, the Chinese do show up, but Stone is utterly shocked when they start shooting at ''his'' troops. The way this plays out is actually rather confusing; Stone's demand that the Chinese army be there comes off more like a formal challenge to battle than anything, so his expectation they'd be on his side comes out of nowhere.