Dashcam is a very fine piece of work. It’s airless, claustrophobic; one of those thrillers which make you believe that everything is a conspiracy. And maybe it is. The central character, Jake, is in his apartment with his screens. He’s working his way up to being a reporter by cutting a piece together for his ass of a boss.

So far, so usual for so many. But this story is about a double killing of a cop and the former attorney general, played by Larry Fessenden, who so many will know from so many horror projects; he’s a big wheel in the underground and overground movie scene.

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