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Faust: Love of the Damned (2000)

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Brian Yuzna directed this hyperviolent, direct-to-video version of the classic Faust story. Mark Frost plays the man who believes he can survive a deal with the devil (Andrew Divoff). The story is based on a graphic novel of the same name created by David Quinn and Tim Vigil, giving the film a Spawn-like feeling.

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Cast

Mark Frost
as Jaspers
Isabel Brook
as Jade de Camp
Jeffrey Combs
as Margolies
Junix Inocian
as Dr. Yanamoto
Fermí Reixach
as Commissioner
Leslie Charles
as Newscaster
Isabelle Jenner
as Little Jade
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Oh dear. This was not a good movie. Apparently a movie cannot stand on the merits of its soundtrack alone. If it could, Faust would have been terrific. I thought it was going to be a horror movie about a guy's descent into evil by his own hand, but it's actually just a really gory superhero movie, not unlike Spawn. Despite being full of nudity, violence, heavy metal and deals with the devil, it's kind of a boring film. The synopsis above misrepresents what the movie is about, really: the avenging his lover is mere excuse to get the main character to the point where he's jumping around in red rubber and slashing people with his wobbly, Wolverine claws. The whole story actually revolves around a Satanic cult trying to do... something and the Faust guy trying to use his new hellish powers to stop them. The characters are all one-dimensional: the psychiatrist is only there so Jaspers has someone to rescue, Claire is only there because we needs tits, Jasper is there to visit gratuitous violence upon everyone he can get his hands on, and M's only function is to be a villain. I don't know why Andrew Divoff keeps getting cast as a sexy evil beast, because he is really only two of those things.

Emily Armstrong
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