While I really wish the Foo Fighters were coming to Evansville, this is definitely the next best thing!

Haunted studio inspiration?

It's been just over a year since the Foo Fighters latest album dropped.  While recording Medicine at Midnight, the Foo Fighters shared stories of the haunted happenings that occurred at their recording location. Dave Grohl said in an interview that they would come into the studio to recordings that weren't there when they left and the recordings were just of an open mic in the room.  They also would come in to find their instruments had been detuned and their board settings all messed up.  So in true Foo Fighters fashion, this sparked an idea.

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What's the movie about?

Their experience recording their album Medicine at Midnight in a haunted studio ended up inspiring a movie.  The movie is a horror/comedy starring the Foo Fighters themselves, it's called Studio 666. Basically, the premise of the movie seems to be (from what I'm getting from the trailer) is they begin recording the album, and then a whole bunch of supernatural weird stuff starts happening.  It also seems like Dave Grohl gets possessed, and causes some trouble too.  This is fitting because Dave Grohl has actually played Satan before when he played the devil in Tenacious D's music video for 'Tribute' and in the movie Tenacious D in the Pick of Destiny.   Check out the trailer below.

Want to Catch Studio 666 in Evansville?

Good news! You can! I looked at the official Studio 666 website, and the move will be showing in Evansville.  Although if you don't live on the west side, you may have to drive a little to catch Studio 666 as it will be playing at AMC on Evansville's west side. You can check out ticket prices and showtimes, here.

Studio 666 hits theaters on February 25, 2022.

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