Metal Shifters
Metal Shifters

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Alien bacteria arrives on a meteorite and infects metal, animating a giant iron statue that goes on a killing rampage in a small town.... (Full plot summary below)

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

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The Playlist - 9/10 by Drew Taylor It's one of the most unexpectedly enjoyable cinematic experiences of the year, even if you couldn't pick a Metallica track out of some hypothetical never-ending playlist.
Rolling Stone - 8/10 by Peter Travers If you’re looking for an orgasmic trip to heavy-metal heaven, this is it.
indieWIRE - 8/10 by Eric Kohn With "Gravity" around the corner, Metallica Through the Never isn't the year's most groundbreaking achievement, but it's surely the most earth-shattering, and that's enough to make it one helluva comeback story.
Chicago Sun-Times - 8/10 by Mark Guarino In this film, Metallica elevates headbanging to matters of the head that will consume the viewer long after the fade to black.
Variety - 8/10 by Dennis Harvey A definitive document for anyone who’s ever hoisted the devil-horn fingers in metalhead solidarity.
Time Out New York - 8/10 by Joshua Rothkopf Maybe because the band enjoyed raves for its daring 2004 psychodrama, Some Kind of Monster, an experimental narrative is shoehorned in, involving a roadie (Dane DeHaan) doing bloody battle in a deserted city. Your heart sinks with every cutaway.
The Guardian - 8/10 by Paul MacInnes In between songs there's a movie within a movie as Dane DeHaan silently takes on the forces of anarchy on behalf of the band. Awesome.
New York Daily News - 8/10 by Jim Farber One drawback: While the swooping and careening visuals capture the depth and darkness of an arena experience, the sound doesn’t. As burly as the acoustics in a theater may be, they’re spindly compared to the sucker-punch fans prize at an actual Metallica concert. Luckily — for its visuals alone — “Through the Never” has enough grit and power to deserve two fists up.
The A.V. Club - 7/10 by A.A. Dowd This stereoscopic IMAX vanity project presents the titular rockers not as men, but as living legends, playing the hits at a gigantic venue, for thousands of bellowing diehard fans. In place of introspection, there is only lionizing spectacle; if Monster laid bare the wounded egos of metal’s biggest stars, Never simply re-inflates them.
Arizona Republic - 7/10 by Barbara VanDenburgh It makes for a unique sort of concert film, but also a weaker one. It would have been better if it had dispensed with the frail narrative or else committed to being completely bananas. But as die-hard Metallica fans well know, a little buffoonery is worth weathering for the main attraction.
Austin Chronicle - 7/10 by Raoul Hernandez The Song Remains the Same. There, said it – as will every other rock & roll fanatic considering Metallica: Through the Never.
Village Voice - 7/10 by Peter Rugg This is a movie made for people who mash themselves up against those steel crowd-control barriers at concerts and still don't think they're close enough.

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