• Director

    Rob Savage

  • Producers

    Jason Blum, Douglas Cox, Rob Savage

  • Screenwriters

    Gemma Hurley, Rob Savage, Jed Shepherd

  • UK-USA 2021. 77min

  • Production company

    Blumhouse Productions

  • Language

    English

  • Certificate

    18

Annie, a politically incorrect, COVID-denying vlogger from the States, travels to London to visit her friend Stretch during the pandemic. With offensive novelty rap her preferred means for expressing her inflammatory views, the seemingly untouchable Annie enjoys nothing more than a spot of incendiary provocation, resolute on offending anyone who crosses her path. But then she meets Angela… Having proved himself a master of screen-life scares with his hugely acclaimed Zoom-based shocker Host, Rob Savage firmly establishes himself as one of the UK’s most visionary genre filmmakers with this wildly inventive, uproariously funny and absolutely bloody terrifying thrill ride. Unlike anything else you will witness this year (or any year for that matter), DASHCAM is a truly unforgettable exercise in unbridled insanity that has to be seen to be believed.

Michael Blyth

Contains strong violence.

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