Studio 666 Review: The Foo Fighters Rock B-Movie Carnage

Dave Grohl and the Foo Fighters camp it up in a humorous, but exceedingly violent B-movie gore-fest. Studio 666 has the global rock stars facing demonic possession in a haunted mansion. The film is loaded with vulgar language, bloody murder, and of course, shredding death metal music. I laughed much more than expected. Studio 666 never takes itself seriously. The biggest issue is the long run time. Thirty minutes could have easily been cut. A running gag has the band recording a song with no end. The audience gets the brunt of that joke watching their satanic shenanigans.


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