Deborah Ross

Predictable, repetitive and exploitative: Run Hide Fight reviewed

It's Die Hard set in a school but without Bruce Willis and its overall message is simple: America’s gun problem can only be solved by more guns

Isabel May as brave Zoe in the predictable, repetitive and exploitative Run Hide Fight. Image: Bonfire Legend

Deborah Ross has narrated this article for you to listen to.

In this line of business you receive many emails from PRs ‘reaching out’ about their particular film, which I really must see, as it wowed a festival in Bulgaria. But the other day, a PR reached out to boast excitedly about a film because it had been savaged, which was a first.

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