Body Cam

While investigating the bizarre murder of a fellow officer, veteran Renee Lomito (Mary J. Blige) discovers a mysterious figure in their body cam footage. Haunted by visions of the event, she suspects something supernatural is targeting the cops in her unit. Nat Wolff also stars in this intense action thriller.
Video - 7
Audio - 6.4
Movie - 6.9
Special Features - 7

Body Cam is a found footage movie arriving at either the worst or best possible time depending on the audience. A lone female cop discovers body cam footage that shows a supernatural being killing a cop. Now, she has to team up with a younger officer to discover what exactly is going on here. Outside of the supernatural element, you’ve seen this movie 100 times before even in a year where theaters have been closed 50% of the time.

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Mary J. Blige has been trying to break into acting for a bit. Honestly, I dig this as a starring vehicle for her. However, it feels like a short film rather than something terribly fleshed out. It could’ve easily been part of the Twilight Zone revival, but I’ll take Body Cam either way I can get it.

For a film that dropped digitally almost 2 months ago, I never heard of it until a few days ago. Hopefully the Paramount Players releases can break out even bigger in the future.

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The Body Cam DVD arrives from Paramount with a Digital Copy. You don’t get any special features. The A/V Quality is pretty typical for standard definition. Pick it up if you want to try something new.

Body Cam arrives on July 14th from Paramount

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