Rob Savage’s Host Follow-Up DASHCAM Confirmed For UK Cinemas


by James White |
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Some good news to report for anyone who enjoyed Rob Savage's clever, heart rate-worrying, haunted Zoom thriller Host – his follow-up, DASHCAM has scored a cinema release both Stateside and here in the UK.

Momentum Pictures has snapped up the rights to distribute the movie following a successful run at film festivals including Toronto, Sitges and London last year.

The film, which stars Annie Hardy, Angela Enahoro and Amar Chadha-Patel, follows a musician on her livestream as her night takes a dangerous turn when she agrees to help a frail elderly woman out of town.

"I am, to use the parlance of our movie, SO M@THERF*CKING EXCITED to be working with Momentum Pictures and Blumhouse on the release of DASHCAM,” says Savage in a statement. "I can’t wait for audiences to see the madness we’ve concocted."

DASHCAM has certainly been scaring the living daylights out of audiences, and while Host certainly worked in its pandemic feverish state, word that the new movie will see the inside of cinemas is welcome.

No specific date has been set, but production company Blumhouse has tweeted that a summer release is on the cards. For more on the movie, find our feature detailing five things to know about it...

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