1945: The red army stands at the gates of Berlin. In their desperation the Nazis turn to the most obscure Scientists. Through cruel experiments a new secret Weapon has been created - unstoppable and alive. A Russian attack destroys the lab, but the weapon - buried underneath the ruins - is immortal. Lost in time, it lurks in the darkness, only to return again. 2012: Punk-Rock legend Spike Jones leads a group of friends into the ruins of the old Nazi Lab. The complex shall be cleaned up for the reunion concert of his band. Believing they would help a poor soul, they free the beast from its prison. But the creature of the Nazis does not know about thankfulness. Again the smell of blood fills the old laboratories and screams of terror echo through the darkness. As now, the Werewolf starts his war against humanity.Written by
I hoped, even prayed that the intention was comedic all the way for Iron Wolf, but once again, utter complete failure! You can not imagine how weak this movie actually is, and from my words alone, you'll barely manage to make half of an impression, thus I warn you, whatever you imagine, multiply it by two, to say the least!
You can pretty much tell how bad it will be from the first 10 minutes. The actors, the accents, the surroundings, the costumes, everything is just plain ol' amateur style. Of course the cherry on the cake is the Wolf itself, and here is where I have to draw the line. I can't explain it, describe it, it is beyond me. Check for some pictures online and maybe you can find the design of this dreadful creature and decide right there and then that Iron Wolf is most definitely a pass!
The ending itself is laughable in the worst way possible. I don't know what budget they had, no idea how they came up with the script and how on Earth could they possibly think that they can pull this off. Acylum productions are Oscars nominees compared to this one. Stay away! Just...don't!
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