Tetsuo, the Iron Man

Tetsuo, the Iron Man

A businessman accidentally kills The Metal Fetishist, who gets his revenge by slowly turning the man into a grotesque hybrid of flesh and rusty metal.

A strange man known only as the "metal fetishist", who seems to have an insane compulsion to stick scrap metal into his body, is hit and possibly killed by a Japanese "salaryman", out for a... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Tetsuo, the Iron Man torrent reviews

Eric H (de) wrote: Very good standup comedy. I especially laughed when he was talking about Shaq falling down on the basketball court. So real and funny too.

Samantha B (mx) wrote: good keeps u guessin

Caitlin L (nl) wrote: Not that great a movie.

Chloe (au) wrote: Awww Babar. Used to LOVE this show. Him and his cute little crown haha

War Troll L (nl) wrote: MY MOST FAV MOVIE IN THE WORLD

Darine S (us) wrote: The famous black dress in "put the blame on mame" ;)

Wayne D (es) wrote: Simple yet emotionally complex. An anti-war story about patriotism, war, brotherhood and humanity. La Grande Illusion served as an influence to many future filmmakers dealing with the topic of war. Sad, funny and moving all at once!

Jacob M (ag) wrote: What a massive drop off from the two previous films. David Fincher dropped the ball for sure. This prison planet is just not interesting, and downright boring. The addition of the Alien that adapted from an animal is just lazy and not a good idea at all. I left this film downright disappointed. Good acting left to a bad script and poor directing performance.

Kurtiss K (ca) wrote: I waited about two years before watching this film despite seeing the original countless times. Threw it on when I was bored. Should probably have wasted my time with something funny.

Laurie T (au) wrote: Nicholas Baker is charismatic as Farmer Oake. Nigel Terry who was Prince John in Lion in Winter and Arthur in Excalibur, has the thankless job of being repeatedly turned down. Paloma Baeza is beautiful but a little unfocussed as Bathsheba. The scenery is not as splendid as it is in the 2015 adaptation, and the costumes not as opulent. More use of the servants in this version. Very entertaining, and never lost my interest, but I'm a fool for a costume drama. I think I still prefer the 1967 version, but there's still Tamara Crewe to consider. It's 3 hours and twenty minutes long. More things are explained than in other versions, but some things are belabored. For the "Masterpiece Theater" fan.

Pablo O (jp) wrote: The reason so many people dislike this film is because they are unable to appreciate a film for it's story, it's acting and not for huge explosions, and CGI. This film, which focusses on just two actors, is a budget film that pulls off a ferociously intense story that keeps your captivated until the very end. People that say it's boring, crap etc are too used to huge Hollywood films such as Avatar etc. This is a rare, yet extraordinary piece of film making with convincing acting and a harrowing true story, definitely not one to miss!

Jackie M (ca) wrote: I'm at a loss about how I really feel about this movie. It wasn't a great movie or even a great documentary but the topic is intriguing. I think about how many friends I have because of the internet and how differently things could have turned out if even one of them had turned out to be like Angela Wesselmen. She says in the movie that she just wanted a friend and when she realized what she was doing to Nev it was too late to stop because she was afraid she'd lose his friendship. I think of the great friendships I have now that I met online and if she had just been honest from the very first communication she'd probably have a great friendship.