Mar 28, 2022
Studio 666 is a movie that I had been meaning to see. I've heard good things, that it's a great movie to just enjoy and turn your brain off for. I didn't make it to see it in the theater, and regretted it when it left quickly. The regret deepened on Saturday morning when I woke to the news that Taylor Hawkins, the drummer for the Foo Fighters had died. He was 50 years old, and was in a band that brought so many people together. I say this because Foo Fighters bridged the gap for so many different sorts of music fans. If you liked country, you still liked the Foos. If you liked metal, fuckin' Foos. If you were punk to the core, gimmee more FOOS. Hip hop, boy bands, Christopher Walken, it didn't matter. We all loved the Foos. It's tragic when the world loses things like this.
Studio 666 is a movie that also brings people together. The acting might not be the best, but the gore and humor are on point. Plus, you can celebrate Taylor's life with a viewing of this film. Join Andrew for a walk on the beach while he reflects on Studio 666, musicians that have passed, and his own life in general.
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