Director: BJ McDonnell
Starring: Dave Grohl, Taylor Hawkins, Rami Jaffee, Pat Smear, Jason Trost, Chris Shiflett, Nate Mendel, Whitney Cummings, Jeff Garlin, Jenna Ortega, Leslie Grossman
Dave Grohl and his band Foo Fighters have been rocking out to sold out arenas for decades. Now, they’re side stepping in a new direction by starring in the horror comedy, Studio 666. Dave, Nate, Pat, Rami, Chris, and Taylor all play themselves in this movie which finds the Foo Fighters looking to rent a house in order to record their tenth album. They want to record somewhere different, somewhere unique. They’ve found a house when a realtor (Grossman) convinces them to rent out a haunted murder house by mentioning that it has rock and roll pedigree. Dave instantly feels some weird energy, but they move forward and set up a temporary recording space. On top of suffering some writer’s block, eerie things start happening and a dark spirit inhabits Dave.
Here’s my review