For his follow-on to Host, director Rob Savage made Dashcam – and we’re expecting UK release details shortly.

Few horror films have had quite the impact of British director Rob Savage’s Host over the last few years. The lockdown thriller with a séance over Zoom at its heart remains hugely effectively, and it landed Savage a three picture deal with Blumhouse Productions. He’s also set to make the film The Boogeyman, based on the short story by Stephen King, later this year.

Yet he’s already completed his latest film, Dashcam, and we now learn that the film has landed a UK release. It’s heading into cinemas on Friday June 3rd, courtesy of Entertainment One.

Dashcam is a found footage-style movie, this time with a long car journey that goes, er, ‘slighty awry’. It debuted at the London Film Festival last year to mixed reviews, although we’ve not seen it ourselves. Expect a trailer in due course, and we’ll keep you posted as we hear more about the film.

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