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Faust (2000) More at IMDbPro »Faust: Love of the Damned (original title)

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Faust -- When John's girlfriend is brutally murdered, he vows to avenge her death any way he can. When the mysterious M appears and offers a solution, John hastily agrees and signs the deal, in blood. Suddenly John has uncontrollable
Faust -- A man sells his soul to the devil.


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2 February 2001 (Spain) See more »
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Mark Frost ... John Jaspers / Faust
Isabel Brook ... Jade de Camp
Jennifer Rope ... Blue

Jeffrey Combs ... Lt. Dan Margolies
Mònica Van Campen ... Claire (as Mónica Van Campen)
Leslie Charles ... Newscaster
Fermí Reixach ... Commissioner Marino (as Fermi Reixach)

Junix Inocian ... Dr. Yuri Yamoto
Robert Paterson ... SWAT Team Leader
Marc Martínez ... Hapi

Andrew Divoff ... M
Clare Leach ... Nurse Ida
Francisco Maestre ... Baez
Ronny Svensson ... Beef
Julia Davies ... Jonesy
Sarr Mamadon Alex ... Don (as Alex Sarr)
Charo Oubiña ... Rizzo
Ferran Lahoz ... Vito
Joan Gispert ... Big Head
Jan Willem ... Nazi Face
Pedro Moya ... Polanski
Noah Yuzna ... Punk

Miguel Ángel Jenner ... Patrolman Rodriguez

Michelle Jenner ... Little Jade
Carlos Lasarte ... Shah
Motokazu Kawamura ... Stenger (as Motokazo Kawamura)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Matt Falletta ... Cop (uncredited)
Holly One ... Man in reunion (uncredited)
Dirk Rogers ... Homunculus (uncredited)

Directed by
Brian Yuzna 
Writing credits
Tim Vigil (graphic novel) &
David Quinn (graphic novel)

David Quinn (screenplay)

Miguel Tejada-Flores  additional dialogue

Produced by
Ted Chalmers .... co-executive producer
Carlos Fernández .... executive producer
Julio Fernández .... producer
Antonio González .... chief producer
Bea Morillas .... secretary of production
Miguel Torrente .... consulting producer
Brian Yuzna .... producer
Original Music by
Xavier Capellas 
Cinematography by
Jacques Haitkin 
Film Editing by
Luis de la Madrid 
Production Design by
Isidre Prunés 
Art Direction by
Isidre Prunés 
Costume Design by
Gabriel Azkoitia 
Makeup Department
Caitlin Acheson .... makeup artist
Mark Alfrey .... special makeup effects sculptor
Isabel Espinosa .... special makeup effects coordinator
Anthony C. Ferrante .... occasional special makeup effects supervisor
Screaming Mad George .... special makeup effects artist
Kim Grau .... hair stylist
J.M. Logan .... key special makeup effects: reshoots
Mark Nieman .... makeup effects artist
Bryan Smith .... lab technician
Production Management
Teresa Gefaell .... production manager
Jesús L. Pérez Villar .... post-production manager
Elisa Sirvent .... assistant production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Luis Casacuberta .... second assistant director
Anna Rua .... second assistant director
Fernando Sánchez-Izquierdo .... assistant director
Art Department
David De Bartolome .... storyboard artist (as David Barto)
Sam Greenmun .... specialty set piece construction
Richard Raaphorst .... conceptual artist
Joan Sabaté .... set dresser
Sound Department
Manuel Carrión .... foley artist
Dani Fontrodona .... sound
Urko Garai .... boom operator
Salva Mayolas .... sound
Ferran Mengod .... sound editor
Marc Orts .... sound re-recording mixer
Natxo Ortúzar .... sound assistant (as Nacho Ortuzar)
Ricardo Viñas .... dolby sound consultant
David Álvarez .... adr recordist
David Álvarez .... assistant sound mixer
Special Effects by
Javier Aliaga .... special effects crew
Poli Cantero .... special effects
Screaming Mad George .... special effects
Sam Greenmun .... special effects: construction
Ralis Kahn .... special effects foreman
Ron Karkoska .... special effects makeup
Dirk Rogers .... creature effects
Tom Steves .... special effects
Visual Effects by
Rubén Algarra .... visual effects
Joan Amer .... visual effects
Gloria Bernabeu .... visual effects coordinator
Cesc Biénzobas .... visual effects
Luis de la Madrid .... visual effects editor
Michael McGee .... visual effects production manager
Jesús Pascual .... visual effects supervisor (as Viva Video)
Jaume Vilaseca .... visual effects supervisor
Antonio Arnalte .... stunts (stunt double)
Camera and Electrical Department
Oriol Bosch .... video assistant
Moni Caballero .... gaffer
Francesc Carreras .... first assistant camera
Xavi Giménez .... director of photography: second unit
Javier Guerrero .... electrician
Mark Gutterud .... director of photography: visual effects and additional photography
Toni Hernández .... director of photography: second unit
Jordi Joaní .... electrician
Roger Martínez .... first assistant camera
Xavier Sarasa .... gaffer: second unit
Editorial Department
Félix Bueno .... assistant editor
David Gallart .... assistant editor
Pepín .... digital intermediate colorist
Music Department
Mark Abramson .... music supervisor
Max Cavalera .... composer: song "Bleed"
Ro Kohli .... music supervisor
Fir Suidema .... additional music supervisor
Michelle Van Arendonk .... music supervisor
Transportation Department
Biel Perelló .... transportation (uncredited)
Other crew
Eduardo Albaladejo .... head of rights
Eduardo Albaladejo .... management of rights: Filmax Entertainment
M.A. Faura .... production assistant
Manuel Monzón .... development executive
Martin Samper .... marketing and promotion
Ursi Van der Herten .... assistant: Brian Yuzna
Alberto Álvarez .... production assistant
Darryl Clark .... translator: spanish (uncredited)
Antonio Lara .... dubbing director (spanish version) (uncredited)
Piero Verzello .... stand-in (uncredited)
Jan Doense .... special thanks

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Also Known As:
"Faust: Love of the Damned" - Spain (original title)
"Diablo" - Philippines (English title)
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Rated R for strong violence/gore, sexuality and language
98 min | Spain:101 min
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Did You Know?

Michelle Jenner's film debut. It was also the first time she work with his father, Miguel Ángel Jenner, who plays a policeman.See more »
Plot holes: Lt. Dan Margolies makes an Internet search using keywords THE HAND and in five seconds he finds a secret society called The Hand. In real life such search criteria would bring some 417 000 000 results.See more »
John Jaspers:In spite of all our science and technology I always knew deep inside that evil existed... darkness that possesses us when we cease to believe.See more »
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11 out of 15 people found the following review useful.
Awful comic book flick, 1 October 2007
Author: The_Void from Beverley Hills, England

Faust is a classic German legend focusing on the classic idea of a man selling his soul to the devil. Faust: Love of the Damned takes that basic plot and adds in a heavy metal soundtrack, a bunch of gore and a comic book central character and the result is...well, not even as good as you might think it will be. The inspiration for this film was a comic book by Tim Vigil and David Quinn which, like every other comic book ever made, I haven't read. However, it would seem obvious that director Brian Yuzna took most of his inspiration from this film from the comic book revenge flick 'The Crow', and somehow this film doesn't come off as well. The film focuses on John Jaspers; an artist who witnesses his girlfriend being killed by a bunch of thugs. Some other things happen, and Jaspers end up in contact with the mysterious 'M', who offers him the chance to get revenge on the thugs who ruined his life, for the small price of his soul. Naturally, Jaspers jumps at the chance to sell his soul for revenge, but he later regrets it when he turns into a horned demon...

I'm actually quite a big fan of Brian Yuzna - I wouldn't hesitate to call the likes of Society and Return of the Living Dead 3 modern horror masterpieces; but Faust: Love of the Damned is undoubtedly his worst film. Typically for Yuzna, there's no shortage of gore and gruesome special effects, which is nice and there's plenty of interesting scenes and imagery; but the plot is all over the place, really quite boring and the film doesn't seem to know what it wants to do once the horned demon superhero pops up; it goes from being a demonic horror movie to some sort of comic book comedy! The one liners that Faust utters are awful, and the suit looks pretty damned silly too. Yuzna did manage to collect something of an interesting cast - Mark Frost doesn't really impress in the lead role, but the film has supporting turns for the likes of Jeffrey Combs, who is good in the sort of role you don't often see him in, and Andrew Divoff, who is clearly ripping off his own role in the crappy Wishmaster, but at least it's amusing to see. Overall, Faust: Love of the Damned is really too silly to be taken seriously, and I don't mean that in a good way! Avoid.

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