Official trailer for Christian Nilsson’s psychological thriller ‘Dashcam’
by Alex Billington
September 30, 2021
“I think it’s a cover.” Gravitas Ventures + Kamikaze Dogfight has unveiled the official trailer for a psychological thriller movie titled Dashcam, feature as directorial debut for a producer / filmmaker named Christian Nilsson. Not to be confused with the new found horror feature, also called Dashcam from filmmaker Rob Savage, who recently premiered at TIFF. Two different movies. Inspired by Antonionis Blow up, Brian De Palma’s Blow outand Francis Ford Coppola’s The conversation, this movie is about a short-lived video editor on a local news channel who inadvertently gets dashcam footage from a routine stop that results in multiple deaths. But not everything is as it seems. Is there a conspiracy or is something else going on? This star Eric Tabach, with Zachary Booth, Scott Aiello, Noah Fisher, and Giullian Yao Jewel. It does not seem that there is anything to see here, just to play on the usual excitement of conspiracy.
Here is the official trailer (+ poster) for Christian Nilssons Dashcam, directly from YouTube:
Dashcam is a fantastic psychological thriller that follows Jake (Eric Tabach) – a careful video editor on a local news channel who fantasizes about becoming a journalist. While editing a piece about a routine traffic jam that resulted in the death of a police officer and a major political official (Larry Fessenden), Jake inadvertently sent dashcam video evidence telling a completely different story. Jake works alone from his small apartment in NYC and uses his skills as an editor to analyze the footage and put together the truth behind what actually happened. Has Jake uncovered a conspiracy he can break on the morning news? Or does he see things that are not really there? Dashcam is both written and directed by the producer / filmmaker Christian Nilsson, who debuted as a director after several short films earlier. Gravitas + Kamikaze Dogfight opens Dashcam in selected American theaters + on VOD starting October 19, 2021 this fall.