How to Be a Rockstar: The Wasteful Consumption Patterns Story

How to Be a Rockstar: The Wasteful Consumption Patterns Story

How to Be a Rockstar: The Wasteful Consumption Patterns Story is a movie starring Brandon Buzzeli, Jake Digman, and Fred Kiko. Join DJ Korpserape and Tombass on their mission as they embark on a journey to become the greatest rock...

Running Time
1 hours 22 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Comedy, Music
Mark Wallace Jr.
Thomas Mayberry, J. Shepherd
Brandon Buzzeli, Thomas Mayberry, Fred Kiko, Jake Digman
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about comedy «How to Be a Rockstar: The Wasteful Consumption Patterns Story» (16)

Joshua Walsh avatar
Joshua Walsh

Intolerance Records in association with Extreme Weaponry Productions and Sotto Films announce the completion of the full-length feature presentation film entitled, "HOW TO BE A ROCKSTAR, The Wasteful Consumption Patterns Story." It's a shock-rock mock-documentary based on true events surrounding the WCP Khrome tour. J. Shepherd, Producer of the film says, "We had cameramen follow WCP around on the whole tour. When we were done we had an abundance of footage and needed an interesting way to present it. Four years later and here we have it in astounding UHD 4K quality." An interesting way indeed. Taking into consideration the eclectic nature of the band and from what is presented in the official movie trailer; this production appears to support everything we've ever wondered about what critics have referred to as "the most shocking band in America."

Frances avatar

It was worthy of the Oscar nomination

Roy avatar

I have become a huge fan of this movie and applaud Mark Wallace Jr. for making it.

Cynthia J. avatar
Cynthia J.

I love the movie the story line is great and so is the acting

Brian avatar

This is one of my favorite movies ever! Best plot - it brings a whole new level of greatness

Edward Lane avatar
Edward Lane

Cool movie! Fred Kiko and Jake Digman together were brilliant and there was quite a good amount of action packed in.

Bruce R. avatar
Bruce R.

I like J. Shepherd so this was a treat for me. Overall, this was a good way to spend an evening.

Christian avatar

Absolutely awesome. Mark Wallace Jr. is a visual genius, I mean he is able to center the whole film and the whole action on the feelings.

Albert avatar

Mark Wallace Jr. doesn't do bad movies. Always enjoyed to watch.