Rock Camp

7.41 h 28 min202116+
Rock and roll disciples from all walks of life fulfill their wildest dreams at Rock ‘N’ Roll Fantasy Camp, an immersive musical experience that culminates with a live performance. Follow four campers as they prepare to take the stage with a roster of all-star counselors that includes Roger Daltrey, Paul Stanley, Slash, and Alice Cooper, among other iconic figures.
Doug Blush
Alice CooperRoger DaltreySammy Hagar
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Judas PriestJoe PerryGene SimmonsPaul StanleyNancy Wilson
Jeff RoweDoug Blush
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3.9 out of 5 stars

336 global ratings

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Richard HineReviewed in the United States on March 5, 2021
5.0 out of 5 stars
Fantasy Meets Reality
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The Rock'n'Roll Fantasy Camp is one of the great pop culture inventions of the past 25 years. You’ve heard about it. You’ve read about it. You’ve even seen it on The Simpsons. Now finally, the documentary ROCK CAMP reveals the reality of "fantasy" camp--and what makes it so worthwhile for the stars themselves, and participants of all ages, from kids to chiropractors to corporate execs. We hear the story behind the creation of the Rock'n'Roll Fantasy Camp from promoting legend David Fishof himself and get personal takes from camp counselers Roger Daltrey, Alice Cooper, Gene Simmons and many more. But it's the stories of the attendees--and the many ways the fantasy camp lets them then live out their rock'n'roll dreams that gives the movie its real heart and soul. This is not a story of sex and drugs and rock and roll. It's a story about the love of music, the camaraderie of jamming, the thrill of performing--and the connections that get made at every camp, between stars and fans, between parents and children who attend together, and between attendees who get thrown together into a band that gets trained in just days to perform on stage, along with their rock legend tutors, in front of a live audience. It would be a once-in-a-lifetime experience if so many of these weekend rock stars didn't keep coming back for more.
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SherylJReviewed in the United States on December 22, 2021
4.0 out of 5 stars
Rock Camp indeed!
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My husband and I went to Rock Camp in 2015. This film captures some of the essence of Rock Camp, but not all. We saw some campers we recognized (not us). They didn't really show how after 8-10 hours of intense rehearsals every day we would all hang out together (including the "Rock star" counselors). We actually became friends with quite a few of them and get to hang out with them before or after the show when they come to our town. Some have even given us VIP upgrades to their shows. I'd call this a promotional film. And I also have to say you should do this at least once in your life. No skill required. There was a girl in our Camp who had just picked up her first pair of drumsticks 4 days before the start of Camp.
ShaunaReviewed in the United States on March 6, 2021
3.0 out of 5 stars
Needed more performance footage
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I was very excited to watch this movie. I thought it would be a chance to see some talented average Joe’s being able to play with some rock stars. I watched the movie and hoped that by the end I would be able to see a performance with all of the participants involved. What this movie lacks is allowing you to see some of the participants actually sing and play their instruments for any extended period of time. I would wait to watch this until it is free.
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Read A. WinelandReviewed in the United States on February 23, 2021
5.0 out of 5 stars
Been There, worth it.
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I’ve been to Rock and Roll Fantasy Camp (15 years ago) so I wanted to see this and relive the experience. It’s all pretty much the same as when I went. If you want to go, the movie will give you a glimpse of what it’ll be like. You’ll play some great music with some cool people and you’ll make new friends for life. You’ll learn that your Rock heroes are more normal than you. You’ll have an amazing time and when you get back home you’ll fall into a deep depression because you can’t do it every day. Lol so watch the movie, it’s only $5 and I guarantee you’ll enjoy it.
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Barry S. GreffReviewed in the United States on April 6, 2021
1.0 out of 5 stars
Reakky disappointed
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While I understand that the producers wanted to show the imapact on Campers, the Movie focused WAY TOO MUCH on the few Campers they chose to feature. I was hoping to see much more about the actual camp and the Rock Stars that teach there, but they were a secondary focus (by a lot) of the film. There were so many times I wanted to either shut off the Movie or fast forward to something I would enjoy. While I appreciate the story of the Campers featured, that is not why I watched the Movie, it was to be convinced that RSFC was worth $5K for me to spend on these 5 days. While I may still, some day do certainly won't be because of the Movie. Sad, because I was really looking forward to this.
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SkippyReviewed in the United States on March 31, 2021
1.0 out of 5 stars
Great marketing to get you to order the movie. BORING, SLOW, painfully awful to watch
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Waste of the 6 bucks I paid to on demand order it. Wait until it's free because it absolutely sucked! I mean it was terrible. I couldn't even finish it all. That bad. TRULY a waste of 90 minutes (or so) that you will never get back. Watching paint dry is better than this dumpster fire.
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Boleslaw The BraveReviewed in the United States on May 4, 2021
3.0 out of 5 stars
Rename the movie the David Fischof Story
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Having attended Rock Camp before, I was disappointed, because the movie buries the essence of what it is like participating in a rock camp. It is a whirlwind, fantastic and fun experience, which is shown for about 25% of the movie. The rest of the movie was about name dropping and David Fischof’s life.
Curt J.Reviewed in the United States on April 4, 2021
3.0 out of 5 stars
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It was just OK. It did not live up to the hype that the adds a pushing. Almost zero performances. Wait for this to be a .99 cent rental. Definitely not a repeat watch. Just OK
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