Spectroscopic redshift surveys are an incredibly valuable tool in cosmology, allowing us to trace the distribution of galaxies as a function of distance and, thus, trace the evolution of structure formation in the Universe. However, estimating the redshifts from spectra with low signal-to-noise is difficult, and such data are often either discarded or require human classification of spectral lines to obtain the galaxy redshift. Darth Fader offers an automated method for estimating the redshifts of galaxies in the low signal-to-noise regime. Using a sophisticated, wavelet-based technique, galaxy spectra can be separated into continuum, line and noise components, and the lines can then be cross-correlated with template spectra in order to estimate the redshifts. Cross-matching of the identified lines then allows for a cleaning of the resulting catalogue, effectively removing the vast majority of erroneous redshift estimates and resulting in a highly pure, highly accurate redshift catalogue. Darth Fader allows us to effectively use low signal-to-noise galaxy spectra, and dramatically reduces the number of human hours required to do this, allowing spectroscopic surveys to probe deeper into the formation history of the Universe.