Faust: Love of the Damned
|Faust: Love of the Damned|
Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Brian Yuzna|
|Produced by||Ted Chalmers
|Screenplay by||David Quinn
|Based on||The graphic novel by Tim Vigil and David Quinn|
|Music by||Xavier Capellas|
|Editing by||Luis de la Madrid|
Fantastic Factory (Filmax)
|Release dates||12 October 2000 (Sitges International Fantastic Film Festival)|
|Running time||101 min.|
|Box office||€746,187 (Spain)|
Faust: Love of the Damned is a 2000 Spanish horror film, directed by Brian Yuzna. It is adapted from a screenplay by David Quinn and Miguel Tejada-Flores based on the comic book of the same name by Tim Vigil and David Quinn. It was produced by Ted Chalmers, Carlos, Julio and Antonio Fernández, Bea Morillas, Miguel Torrente and Brian Yuzna. It premiered at the Sitges International Fantastic Film Festival on 12 October 2000.
The film, which was the first of nine to be produced by Filmax's Fantastic Factory label, won the award for Best Special Effects at the 2000 Catalonian International Film Festival in Sitges, Spain.
An artist, John Jaspers (Mark Frost) sells his soul to the mysterious M (as for Mephistopheles) (Andrew Divoff) in order to avenge the death of his girlfriend. However, the deal has an unexpected price, and he is periodically transformed into a horned demon with a passion for killing. He discovers that M plans to release a giant monster called the Homunculus, thereby opening the gates of Hell, and sets out to stop him.
The film's soundtrack was released through Roadrunner Records and featured songs by groove metal, nu metal and industrial metal artists. Machine Head's "Take My Scars" was used as the film's theme song.
|1.||"Take My Scars"||Machine Head||4:19|
|2.||"Lady Bird"||Baby Fox||4:06|
|3.||"Def Beat extra3 = Junkie XL"||4:56|
|4.||"Remanufacture" (remixed by Rhys Fulber)||Fear Factory||6:43|
|5.||"For Fuck's Sake"||Nailbomb||5:44|
|6.||"Bleed" (feat. Fred Durst and DJ Lethal)||Soulfly||4:07|
|7.||"The Blood, the Sweat, the Tears"||Machine Head||4:11|
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- McClain, Buzz. "Faust: Love of the Damned (2001)". AllMovie. Retrieved 22 August 2012.
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