Studio 666: Trailer Talk

Studio 666: Trailer Talk

Studio 666: Trailer Talk

What happens when you mix ‘Deathgasm’ and ‘Tenacious D in the Pick of Destiny’ with Stanley Kubrick’s ‘The Shining’? The film industry gets ‘Studio 666’.

‘Studio 666’ stars rock band the Foo Fighters as they move into an isolated mansion to record their next album. But the band quickly come to realize that the building is haunted, and their lead singer is possessed by supernatural forces.

This was a trailer that appeared out of nowhere but has definitely made a great first impression. The trailer wastes no time in getting into the focal plot and knows what type of tone it’s going for, which is a goofy and fun atmosphere, much like Tenacious D’s 2006 film.

And the band members all appear to be having fun in this chaotic film about a demonic rock singer. Lead singer Dave Grohl specifically takes on the role, as a Jack Torrence-esque character, comfortably, as someone who is pressured to make a new album but has no ideas to then becoming possessed by the mansion’s demons.

‘Studio 666’ looks like a lot of chaotic fun, and the influences are clear. It also looks like it could have some good humour to it too. It was a film that was unexpected but definitely welcomed.

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