Today in Rockwood Cinema Review (with a focus on outdoor movies), we are going to take a look at Backcountry (2014) (also released as Black Foot Trail). Directed by Adam MacDonald and based on a true incident involving a bear attack that occurred at Missinaibi Lake Provincial Park in Ontario, Backcountry was also coincidentally filmed …
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With all the hype of the recent “Call Of The Wild” (2020) movie, starring Harrison Ford, I thought it would be interesting to take a look at another similar movie from 1991, White Fang. The film is all about “The Great Outdoors”, well it’s more like “The Often Terrifying and Totally Inhospitable Outdoors”, but it still remains a good watch, read our review.
For our next winter cabin movie review we take a look at the horror & sci-fi movie Dreamcatcher (2003). Based on the Stephen King book, the story follows four childhood friends as they make their annual trip to a remote winter cottage.
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.
Happy Halloweek! Here, we are with a special spooky edition of Rockwood Cinema Review with a look at another great outdoor classic: Sleepaway Camp (1983). You are not going to want to sleep on this one. Plus, the full movie is available in the article.