Checklist of Terror: Vampire, Werewolf, Zombie & Demon Movies

This book contains a checklist of vampire, werewolf, zombie, and demon films sorted in order of preference. The ranking is established by the sum of 8 ratings: stars, gimmick, rewatchability, story, creativity, acting, quality and creepiness. How many have you seen?

Faust: Love of the Damned

A man sells his soul to the devil in order to gain superpowers.

 

Spain
2000
Feature Film
Realism: 
Supernatural
Character Focus: 
Demon Film
Animals: 
Snake
Sadist: 
Rigger
Torturer
Stalker: 
Trespasser
Cultists: 
Clubbist
Guru
Worshipper
Catastrophes: 
Fire
Giant: 
Golem
Wizards: 
Conjurer
Transmuter
Necromancer
4
A love or hate thing...
7.04
4
6
6
2
2
3
Pace
Effects
Plot
This version of the Faust character is pretty much an anti-superhero. He’s a mix of Wolverine, Batman and Spawn. Mark Frost plays him. What a terrible act, this is. What a poorly written character. His physicality leaves a lot to be desired. His body language is embarrassing. Stuck in this funny costume, this rubbery mask and a junky pair of claws, the poor man seems to suffocate.
You’d think that a movie directed by Brian Yuzna starring Andrew Divoff and Jeffrey Combs couldn’t possibly fail. Well, it happens. It Happened. One of the main problems with this version of Faust is that it is a superhero film treated like a horror movie. Horror movies can afford small budgets and superhero movies can’t. You can hardly be cool and scary at the same time. Few have succeeded.
Now, one thing this picture does well is giving a whole new style to a story many times told. It is based both on a comic book and an old tale that was repeatedly adapted on film. It’s very artistic, very gory, kind of pretentious, kind of ridiculous; some parts are right out of a music video, other parts a mindfuck, and there’s a lot of sensuality, sex and nudity for good measure.
Alternate Titles: 
Faust
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