One of the by-products of watching movies in the age of the pandemic is that movies seem to come to the secondary market much faster. Released in theaters last month, you can now see the Foo Fighters horror movie Workshop 666 in the comfort of your home.
The film is available to stream now and is available to stream or rent through Amazon Prime, Apple TV, Redbox, and On Demand. Each of the outlets offers the movie in both HD and standard definition for $19.99 and you can choose any platform you want there.
The band made a horror-comedy based on their experiences recording at a house in Encino, California, which they did for their medicine at midnight album. But this film reimagines that experience as a horrific time when Dave Grohl encounters supernatural forces that threaten both the completion of the new album and the lives of everyone in the band.
Upon release, the film debuted at No. 8 in its first week at the box office. That said, the film received generally favorable reviews ahead of its theatrical release, with critics pointing out that audience enjoyment will likely depend entirely on how you feel about Grohl and the band. One of the critics suggested that the film succeeded in two things you expect from the film, the killer riffs and the kills. The film also found the group surrounded by several notable celebrities as well as a few of their musician pals making cameos.
You can see the main trailer and the movie trailer below. And if you want to know more, it’s available on demand via the platform of your choice here.
As for their regular concert, you can find the Foo Fighters on the concert stage tonight (March 18) as the headliners at Lollapalooza Chile. The band will also headline Lollapalooza Argentina in Buenos Aires on Sunday March 20th. See all of their scheduled tour dates here.