Now, Savage’s second movie, DASHCAM, which made its debut at last year’s Toronto International Film Festival, gets a new trailer before it comes out on June 3. If the title hasn’t already given it away, the trailer will.
Dashcam Movie Plot
The bad news is that this new horror movie is a boring waste of time that doesn’t do anything new or exciting. Dashcam sets up its story quickly; even though it runs for about 75 minutes, still too long.
Annie talks to the live-stream viewers who cheer her on between bad freestyle raps and rants about mask laws. Stretch’s girlfriend doesn’t have to put up with the spoiled brat for long before she gets tired of him.
At the pandemic’s start, a lazy and self-centered live streaming improv musician leaves L.A. for London, steals her ex-car and bandmate’s, and gives a ride to an older woman who is not what she seems to be.
The film’s just-released trailer shows how scary the experience will be. Check out the Dashcam trailer below before it comes out on June 3 in theatres and on-demand.