How to See Foo Fighters’ Horror Comedy Movie in Missoula
For the love of David Grohl's mother, it finally happened. We got the new Foo Fighters movie to Missoula, phew! From the moment this movie was finished I've been trying to get the theaters in this town to jump on it. I couldn't believe my eyes when I did my daily check to see if we had any showtimes here yet. You've heard me whining about it on the air. But no longer, friends, we are going to see Studio 666!
AMC Classic for the win! This is the theater on Mullan "over by Walmart," as Missoulians like to say.
ONE showing only! Thursday, February 24th, at 5 p.m.
Get your tickets here. It's the only showing so get 'em while they're hot!
Who's in it?
All 6 Foo Fighters plus Jenna Ortega, who you know from the 2022 version of 'Scream.' Will Forte and Lionel Richie also make appearances. See the official trailer below.
Foo Fighters have released an ass-kicking song as the band in the movie, Dream Widow. It's a frickin ripper!
Studio 666 is rated R and though it's listed as a horror film, it's also a comedy. I mean, c'mon, it's Foo Fighters, they're not taking this too seriously.
Official AMC Synopsis
The legendary rock band Foo Fighters move into an Encino mansion steeped in grisly rock and roll history to record their much-anticipated 10th album. Once in the house, Dave Grohl finds himself grappling with supernatural forces that threaten both the completion of his album and the lives of his band.
Recently, we were leaving the Jackass Forever movie when I got the brilliant idea that theaters should have merch booths, as I wanted Johnny Knoxville's hoodie from the show. I ended up ordering one online, because grown-ass women should be buying their clothes from MTV (that's sarcasm.) Here's where to get your Studio 666 merch. (Sorry, the $66.60 bloody hedge clippers are sold out.)
Foo Fighters recorded their latest album 'Medicine At Midnight' at a rented house in Encino. They had some extra time when they were finished recording and the rental was paid for so they thought they'd make a quick little horror film. Then they got too deep into it and they ended up hiring actual actors and a producer and the damn thing ended up being feature film length.
During the filming, the band started posting scary pictures, and during interviews to promote the new album they would tell these realistic stories about how the house they recorded in was haunted. Turns out they were jerkin our chain leading up to the announcement of the movie.
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