Because if you can’t find love with the help of a man who started a riot at Woodstock 99, then you can’t find love.
Show me one person who isn’t Fred Durst who won’t watch this ironically.
It could be like ‘Best In Show’, but with rock stars! That’s never been done, has it?
Mediocre musicians make mediocre filmmakers. Great musicians make mediocre filmmakers. Crappy musicians never get enough attention to become filmmakers.
Perhaps there is a wacky neighbor role for Korn’s Jonathan Davis.
It’s probably not too late for Walker to arrogantly hop into his Subaru WRX STI, drive away and pretend you never agreed to anything.
Remember how the band Limp Bizkit made you want to stick an icepick in your ears and never listen to music again? Well now Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst wants to try and ruin your love of cinema by directing his latest film, Pawn Shop Chronicles.
Written by Adam Minarovich, the script is said to be in the vein of Pulp Fiction with 24 Frames describing it as such: “in a nutshell, a missing wedding ring leads to a wild-goose chase involving meth addicts, skinheads and an Elvis impersonator.”
Based the that wacky description, it sounds like a mix between Hooneymoon in Vegas, "Breaking Bad," and a steaming pile of dog nookie. (Collider)