The dashcam trailer includes the new psychological thriller starring Larry Fessenden

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Dashcam is a look into the journey of an editor in solving a crime behind his computer. The film, which released its official trailer earlier this week, is a terrifying glimpse into the truth and the toll it can take on those behind the scenes, especially when there is something on their plate without their knowledge. By director and writer Christian Nilsson and starring Eric Tabach a Genre Icon Larry Fessenden, Dashcam will be released on October 19th on-Digital and it wants to get you ready for the gruesome season.

Based on this trailer, Dashcam feels in the same way as movies like Unfriendly or The conversation, two stories based on technology – and the film was inspired by Francis Ford Coppolahis film starring Gene Hackman, but with a modern twist. The trailer does a perfect job of exploring the technology we have, the use of dashcam footage, as well as applying it in our current cultural discourse. The film follows Jake (Tabach) on his journey to discover the truth about the murder of a police officer while balancing everything with his own career goals.

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In addition to Fessenden, the film plays Zachary Booth (The good fight), Scott Aiello (Billions), Noa Fischer (Uncut pearls), in the Giullian Yao Bijou (Screaming: The TV series).

Dashcam will be available on-digital on October 19 from Kamikaze Dogfight and Gravitas Ventures. Check out the trailer and official poster below:

Here is the official synopsis for Dashcam:

Inspired by Antonioni’s Blow-Up, Brian De Palma’s Blow Out, and Francis Ford Coppola’s Conversation, Dashcam is a wonderful psychological thriller that haunts Jake (Eric Tabach, “Blue Bloods”) – a terrific video editor on a local news channel who fantasizes about becoming a reporter. While changing a piece on a routine stop that led to the death of a police officer and a major political official (Larry Fessenden, Dementer, Jakob’s wife), Jake is sent random dashcam video evidence that tells a very different story. Working alone from his small apartment in NYC, Jake uses his skills as an editor to analyze the images and compile the truth behind what actually happened. Did Jake uncover a conspiracy that could break him in the morning news? Or does he just not pay attention when you tell him something to do?


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