5 stars for the soundtrack alone. In fact, I think the soundtrack is TOO GOOD for the film. Don't get me wrong, I really enjoyed watching this. The practical gore effects are great, it's extremely creepy and unintentionally hilarious at the same time. But I actually think this is one of Goblin's all-time best soundtracks, and the way it's used in the film is mostly just funny. It starts out with a more or less throwaway scene of the main…
Still one of the weakest entries in the Elm Street saga, particularly for its extremely silly obsession with the "lore" of Freddy's origin story...BUT! It does contain a great scene in which a character pulls out a book titled "Christian Mythology," and I don't think I'll ever forget that.
Reasons why I love Faust 2000-
Mark Frost and Andrew Divoff (as Wishmaster 2.0) spend the entire movie trying to one-up each other in the ultimate goofy face competition. Jeffrey Combs plays a bad boy cop who asks chicks out for coffee and looks up satanic rituals on a website written in Papyrus font. Shitty nu metal blares whenever anything happens, whether it's a sex scene or a kill scene. There is a Satanic death cult and unlike most movies…
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
It pains me to know I live in a world where a movie like this isn't treasured as the gem it is. Why isn't Henenlotter still making movies?! Duane appearing in the train was such a tease. It's been almost 30 years, where's our Belial vs. Elmer?
Also, did anyone else notice the homoeroticism that permeated the film? Tons of naked dudes and butts, tons of orgasm faces, a monster penis, and the way that security guard straddled him in the junkyard... Frank still managed to sneak in a boob though.