Dave Grohl’s ‘Studio 666’ is like live-action ‘Scooby Doo,’ says critic

Rock and Roll Hall of Famer and Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl confronts supernatural forces alongside his bandmates in the film “Studio 666.” Photo courtesy of Briarcliff Entertainment and Open Road Films.

Critics review new movie releases: “Studio 666,” a horror-comedy starring Foo Fighters band members Dave Grohl, Pat Smear, and Taylor Hawkins; “The Desperate Hour,” starring Naomi Watts as a mother whose son gets caught up in an active shooter situation in their rural hometown; “Family Squares,” a family drama with a huge ensemble cast that includes Judy Greer, Henry Winkler, Anne Dowd, and Zoe Chao; and “The King’s Man,” in which Ralph Fiennes plays Orlando Oxford, and he and his cohorts uncover the group responsible for manipulating global leaders into starting World War I. 



  • Amy Nicholson - host of the podcast Unspooled and film reviewer for the New York Times - @theAmyNicholson
  • Shawn Edwards - film critic at Fox 4 News and co-founder of the African American Film Critics Association