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USA 2022
produced by
Nicholas Ryan, James Cullen Bressack (executive), Jarrett Furst (executive), Ryder Doupe (executive), Dawson Doupé (executive), Todd Tapper (executive) for Sandaled Kid Productions, Furst Class Productions
directed by Nicholas Ryan
starring Jackie Moore, Jared Cohn, Sarah French, Michael Paré, Eric Roberts, Nicholas Brendon, Russ Smith, Gigi Gustin, Melissa Bidgoli, Nicole Cinaglia, Charles Chudabala, Bridget McGuinness, Daniel King
written by Ryder Doupe, Dawson Doupé, Todd Tapper, music by Walsh House

review by
Mike Haberfelner

When Anna (Sarah French) and Oliver (Jared Cohn) leave the party slightly inebriated, they're not 100% sure Dawn's (Jackie Moore) car is the ride share they ordered, but they're happy to catch a ride on the quick so don't ask too many questions. And Dawn seems to be the perfect driver, too, she's talkative, witty and considerate ... that is, until OIiver pretty much in passing uses a swearword, upon which Dawn's mood shifts - so much so that she soon threatens her two passengers with a handgun, cuffs them, and makes them divulge their darkest secrets, which makes Anna and Oliver see one another in a very unfavourable light. You see, Dawn is a celebrity on the dark web, where she mentally tortures and kills her subjects live on camera, and Anna and Oliver have just stepped into her trap. And while the two desparately try to shift things in their favour, Dawn is in control of the situation all of the time, so much so that she makes Anna accidently shoot a cop (Michael Paré) during a routine ID and registration check. So basically all of the couple's attempts to get out of the situation fail, until Dawn offers them a way out - a way out with a pretty lethal catch ...

Eric Roberts plays one of Dawn's victims, Nicholas Brendon her biggest fan who begs her to kill him.


Basically, Dawn is really an actors' movie as it's restricted mostly (if by no means exclusively) to the three protagonists in a car, and leads Jackie Moore, Sarah French and Jared Cohn sure play well off one another. But of course they're also helped by a clever script full of sharp dialogue, while the genre-savvy direction does its best to loosen things up without losing the tension, and doesn't shy away from things getting a little violent every now and again. The result is very solid thriller entertainment that's sure to catch even die-hard genre fans by surprise every now and again.

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