For example, part of the remake of Stephen King's IT was filmed there, and Shcherban hated it. He says the crews set up air conditioning units the size of cars which were so powerful that they literally shook his house. Lights would be filtering into his windows at all hours, crew members would smoke in his driveway, and the noise was nearly nonstop. It got so bad that it drove his wife from their home -- she left to stay with her sister until the filming wrapped up.
A year later, another crew set up shop at the house and Shcherban snapped, setting up a radio in his yard to blast music at the HBO production of Fahrenheit 451, screwing with their audio and forcing them to shut down until police came to shut him up. As soon as police left, he started up again with a second radio. So cops had to come back and take him into custody.
Then you have places like New York's Greenpoint, which serves as a location for everything from Gotham to Daredevil to The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. It's the same nightmare of blocked traffic and early morning noise. One street in the neighborhood was covered in dirt for a period piece that was being filmed, and allegedly was just left that way when they were done. They are apparently constantly towing people's cars -- in the comments of the linked article, one resident complains that his car was towed and that crews set up a table of bagels in its place. Hey, famous people are trying to express their art here, peasant!