This modern re-imagining of the silent era classic is The Paz Brothers' follow up to their holy land found footage run around, Jeruzalem. As with that film, they bring their own cultural heritage to bear - but in this case, not nearly enough. Where the orginal Golem was an incredible spectacle for the time, full of Jewish iconography, this new take could really be set anywhere and at any time, it's so generic.
We're tantalized at the start with a shot of a towering mud man but alas, this is a flashback; it's not our golem. Instead, we get a muddy little boy, who, after receiving a sponge bath, becomes just a little boy and never stops being just a little boy, despite the best efforts of CG enhanced dark veins and freaky eyes.