Synopsis by Sandra Brennan
This sub-sophomoric parody of rock & roll chronicles the travails and aspirations of The Hindenburg, a horribly untalented metal band. Like their namesake, the band's performances end in disaster. Still they believe in themselves and so to get the recording contract they so desperately desire, kidnap has-been metalhead Spazz-O, their idol and force him to listen to their cacophonous clattering in hopes that he will become their producer. Spazz-O gives the band his honest opinion. True he couches it in a most vulgar, unflattering way, but that is no reason for the band to retaliate by threatening to kill him if his wife, a former porn queen and manager doesn't pay a big ransom. Unfortunately, both would rather see him gone. More metallic mayhem ensues when the Hindenburg forces Spazz-O to appear in a terribly rendered music video.
music, rescue, band [music group], behind-the-scenes, kidnapping, producer [showbiz], ransom, rock-music, victim