Iron Golem



IMDb Rating 3.5 10 1174

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August 17, 2021 at 05:44 AM



Jesse Moss as Max
Paul McGillion as Sheriff
Chelah Horsdal as Deputy Jenny
830.12 MB
English 2.0
24 fps
1 hr 30 min
P/S 34 / 76

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by hjassol 3 / 10

Not as Bad as I Expected.

The plot revolves around a bacteria from space which eats metal and has the power to animate said metal objects. The bacteria came from a satellite that crashed to earth and was sold for scrap by the central character, Jake, and his brother, Ethan. I know the summary written by IMDb editors says it was a meteorite, but it is identified early on that it's a satellite as Jake points out to his brother that parts of the wreckage have Russian writing on them (I guess the eds missed that).

Anyway, the bacteria spreads to an 18 foot tall scrap metal 'Golem' figure which was built by the scrap yard owner as a display for some local event. The scrap metal giant then comes to life and proceeds to wander about the town (very slowly, mind you. Scrap metal can't walk very fast), killing everyone it comes into contact with.

As said, it wasn't as bad as I expected. The sets were authentic looking and the acting passable. The main problem I had was with the camera work. In the scene where Jake meets his old love interest in a parking lot, it appears as if the cameraman has developed a sudden case of advanced Parkinson's disease. The camera shakes around so much, I was almost left feeling dizzy.

I won't reveal the ending but let's just say that the movie's final message seemed to be that almost any problem can be overcome by applying copious amounts of alcohol. I give it 3/10.

Reviewed by gavin6942 4 / 10

Pretty Much The Disposable Thing You Expect

Alien bacteria arrives on a meteorite and infects metal, animating a giant iron statue that goes on a killing rampage in a small town.

I have few good things to say about this film -- I appreciate that Kavan Smith stars (though I can only picture hi mas "Deputy Andy") and I appreciate the references to the golem of Jewish mythology. But beyond that, I am unsure what to say.

The film is bad, but coming from SyFy and Paul Ziller, I think everyone expects it to be bad. And then, because of this, it is not so bad. You can just open another beer and joke with your friends. I like to think that if these people would spend an extra week on the scripts and on the computer effects, they might actually be good. But who knows? Clearly excellence is not the goal.

Reviewed by TheLittleSongbird 4 / 10

Not so bad coming from SyFy, but not particularly good either

A vast majority of the time, I intensely dislike SyFy's output, but there have also been some surprisingly tolerable if not great projects. Fortunately for Iron Invader, it falls into the latter category. The acting while not great is decent, likewise with the special effects with the Golem creature actually quite good, and the film with a somewhat intriguing concept starts off quite well. Sadly, the film loses it at the halfway mark, with the camera work becoming increasingly dizzying, the limited production values becoming more obvious and the pace becoming sluggish. While intriguing and starting off fine, the story is too thin to sustain the running time, the characters are rather shallow and the script is laughable in places. In conclusion, not good, not awful, just alright. 4/10 Bethany Cox

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