Studio 666

Director: B. J. McDonnell
Year Released: 2022
Rating: 0.5

Record executive Jeremy Shill (Jeff Garlin) is irate the band the Foo Fighters (Dave Grohl, Pat Smear, Taylor Hawkins, Nate Mendel, Chris Shiflett and Rami Jaffee) are taking so long to complete their tenth album, so he puts them up in a mansion where there was the ghastly murder of a young band back in 1993 ... you know, to make "rock & roll dangerous again."  I've been a fan of Dave's since the old Nirvana days and followed his career across the decades - as he's morphed from being Kurt's dorky and quiet drummer to being one of the Elder Gods of Music - but I'm not sure why they'd bother to make this pitifully childish mix of "horror" and "comedy" except, perhaps, as a form of "band therapy" ... but even then shrinks can't be quite as expensive, or can they?  It's a whole lot of silliness (bleeding lightbulbs, a mutilated raccoon, cannibalism, Whitney Cummings getting sawed in half) and cheap thrills (mostly near the end) - if Kurt was still around, I doubt he'd approve.