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It's a true classic and deserves to be in the library of every horror fan or film buff.
The films imagery is remarkable with the astrological symbols and sights of the stars in the sky, making the film atmospherical and at the same time suspenseful.
The creature is brought to life from clay to protect the inhabitants of a medieval Jewish community from destruction at the hands of the Emperor.
Beautiful to see how much drama can be generated with very few sets and effects.Published 9 days ago by Rama
This review is for the Alpha Video DVD of the Golem. The front cover has large gold/yellow lettering at the top, with the Golem facing the little girl underneath. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Old Film Lover
It is on par with Metropolis and there is the usual message about the folly of playing God. Many films of that period used a sort of Aesop's Fables approach with a moral lesson... Read morePublished 5 months ago by lawrence chan
The most wondrous and imaginative part of this film was the music. Yes, it may be a gift to the early art of film, but the music was far advanced and beyond its time. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Dave
I love this movie. I've watched it 3 times!! I especially love the scenery in the little village. Silent movies are always fun for me because they convey so much of the story with... Read morePublished 5 months ago by bonnie lewton