Rockwood Cinema Review: Almost Heroes (1998)

A dishevelled Chris Farley looks at Matthew Perry wearing a colonial hat and white puffy armed shirt in the woods.

First off, no... not Almost Famous, this movie is in no way famous. Although there are famous people in it. Today on Rockwood Cinema Review, we take a look at Chris Farley's last feature full-length movie, the 1998 outdoor comedy, Almost Heroes. Chris Farley co-stars along side Matthew Perry (from the television show Friends) as …

Rockwood Cinema Review: Cabin Fever (2002)

A man in front of a cabin holds his hand to his face in disgust. The forest floor is covered in leaves.

"If you go in the woods be very careful." Four friends descend on a cabin to celebrate, what could possibly go wrong? We are going full 'cabin fever' here at with our new Rock /Disco DJ mix, Cabin Fever, and since we do the occasional outdoor movie review, it only seems 'natural' to look …

Sick Of The Indoors? This List Of Outdoor Movies Should Help

Illustration: Dan Aykroyd gleefully holding a fishing rod that has John Candy hooked and suspended who stares angrily at Dan. not only has 24 hours of rock dj mixes to shake things up at your encampment, but we also enjoy watching movies too. So, what better time to watch some outdoor movies, since getting out these days is limited. Check our Cottage, Cabin & Camping Movie List featuring a long list of outdoor movies …

All The Friday The 13th Movies Reviewed In 13 Words

All The Friday The 13ths Reviewed In 13 Words Banner, shows Jason with mask holding an axe and chopping through a door

It's Friday the 13th and what a better time to stay in, not necessarily because of potential infectious diseases but also because of potentially infectious diseases. And what better way to know all is right in the world than by watching a man with a mask chase kids around the wilderness. Today in Rockwood Cinema …

Rockwood Cinema Review: Campfire Tales (1997)

Three teens (two girls and one boy) sitting with the glow of the campfire on their face in the wooded darkness

Back from the grave with another spooky edition of Rockwood Cinema Review, where we look at movies set in "the great outdoors". Today being Halloween, we thought we would take a look at Campfire Tales (1997) an anthology of different horror stories by different directors. Feel free to leavea a comment on what you thought of the film or my review.

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