|Jeff Fahey||Peter Rooker|
|Arnold Vosloo||Peyton Westlake/Darkman|
|Darlanne Fluegel||Dr. Bridget Thorne|
|Roxann Biggs-Dawson||Angela Rooke||Bradford May||Director|
|Still working on his synthetic skin,
Peyton Westlake as Darkman steals a crate of money from drug lord
Peter Rooker to continue his research.
Gaining a sample of Westlake's adrenaline, Dr Thorne develops a designer steroid which enhances someone's strength at the cost of their mental agility.
Learning of what has happened, Darkman plans his revenge against Rooker by impersonating him to his family and colleagues in order to bring him down.
It is upto Darkman to destroy the formula to the steroid and seek vengeance against Rooker, but not at the cost of Rooker's wife and child.
|With this third installment in the
Darkman movie series, the plot tries to introduce some new and
different elements to the series.
Jeff Fahey as Peter Rooker give an over the top performance as the main villain of this movie, he is joined by Darlanne Fluegel as Dr. Bridget Thorne, a new character retroactively put into Darkman's origin as one of the doctors who first treated him.
The idea of the super steroid developed from Westlake's adrenaline is intriguing, no doubt inspired by news stories of designer drugs at the time.
This was originally intended as the first sequel to the series, but when Larry Drake became available to reprise his role of Durant, this entry was moved back until Darkman II: The Return of Durant had been finished and released.