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

Already a subscriber? Log in

This article is for subscribers only

Subscribe today to get 3 months' delivery of the magazine, as well as online and app access, for only £3.

  • Weekly delivery of the magazine
  • Unlimited access to our website and app
  • Enjoy Spectator newsletters and podcasts
  • Explore our online archive, going back to 1828


Want to join the debate?

Join the conversation with other Spectator readers by getting your first 3 months for just £3.

Already a subscriber? Log in