The coronavirus epidemic and ensuing quarantine regulations spawned artistic outlets around the world, such as the horror film Host, which filmmaker Rob Savage developed and filmed before releasing and receiving critical acclaim for his work.
Because of the film’s popularity, Blumhouse Productions hired him to work on their next project, which eventually became Dashcam. With the publication of the film’s just-released trailer, Dashcam has finally been given an official release date after being shown at a number of film festivals.
When Will Dashcam Movie Be Released?
You can see precisely how terrible the experience will be in the new trailer footage.
Live-streaming with her fans, “Annie” has turned their comments into rap songs while she drives around downtown LA during the lockdown.
Since the pandemic way of life has worn Annie down, she chooses to see her former bandmate Stretch in the United Kingdom while streaming the entire journey live on the internet.
In theatres and on-demand, Dashcam will premiere on June 3rd, 2022.
Who Will Be in the Cast of the Dashcam?
The actors that will feature in the cast include:
- Annie Hardy
- Faith Kiggundu as Young Angela
- Dylan Baxter as Seylan
- Amar Chadha Patel as Stretch
- Angela Enahoro as Angela
- James Swanton as The Parasite
What Will Be the Plot of the Dashcam?
As a modern variant of the found-footage cinema technique, the use of a computer or mobile phone screen to record video is a new one. This subgenre could be useful to a large number of filmmakers who are looking for new ways to tell their stories. Because of Rob Savage, these filmmakers have a fantastic example of what to avoid.
As it turns out, the newest horror picture is a long-winded waste of time that fails to deliver anything new or exciting. After 75 minutes, the Dashcam narrative still feels excessive.
Annie Hardy, an indie rock singer from Los Angeles, portrays a musician who relocates to London and brings her MAGA hat and cell phone to live-stream unexpected performances. Her final destination was Amar Chadha’s (Patel’s old bandmate) residence.
Annie’s rants against mask restrictions and bad freestyle raps are cheered on by live stream viewers. Stretch, his girlfriend will quickly tire of the spoiled brat. As a result of the film’s lack of focus on character development, Stretch is less likely to eject her. Annie grabs his car and phone when they are bickering.
Whenever Stretch’s phone calls, Dashcam begins recording. The owner of a chip shop hires Annie to transport an ailing customer for a hefty charge. It doesn’t matter that Annie agrees, because the lady quickly increases her anger and becomes increasingly dangerous for Annie’s safety When Stretch confronts Annie, the bizarre situation turns deadly.
The Blair Witch Project has a major influence on Savage’s work. Rather than creating a tension-filled environment, Savage appears to be trying to make an effect by having a character who is typically annoying fight relatively horrifying beasts.
A person who is easy to dislike and transport due to their death is another option. However, don’t get me wrong, there are plenty of horror flicks with obnoxious characters that you’ll root for in the end. Annie’s annoying personality makes Dashcam’s attempt to show how politicians are divided now un innovative or successful.
Instead, it’s a convenient way to inflame people’s resentment. Even for a film about the internet, Annie’s harsh remarks are so one-note and identifiable to anyone who has ever read a comment section in the last year or so that there isn’t much to be surprised about.
Dashcam, while not saving the entire picture, at least provided Annie a sense of depth instead of merely being a boring mode of transportation.
It’s not the protagonist who’s annoying; it’s the film’s plotting that’s a real pain in the a**.
Host, his most recent feature-length film, piqued Savage’s interest in the Zoom Horror genre. To make matters worse, he does not appear to desire to make use of the format’s features.
Frequently Asked Questions
What’s the Story Behind the Dashcam Movie?
After stealing her ex-bandmate’s car, an overindulgent and self-deluded live streaming improv musician leaves Los Angeles for London and gives an elderly woman a lift who is not what she appears to be.
Who Produced the Dashcam Movie?
The Dashcam Moie is produced by Blum House productions.
Where It Will Be Released?
It will be released in the cinemas on June 3, 2022.