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Run Rabbit Run Starring Sarah Snook Is Slow Burn Psychological Horror That Pays Off With Its Spooky Ending

Premiering at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, Daina Reid’s Run Rabbit Run is an occasionally frustrating watch. While successfully establishing an eerie atmosphere and enticing mystery, it’s pacing drags in parts due to repetition – both in unfolding its plot and its scares. That being said, it’s not a movie that audiences should give up on.

After a bit too much treading water, the film really gets down to business as it veers into its third act. It delivers satisfying (albeit logically flawed) conclusions to the big questions it teases you with throughout, but more importantly it manages to pull off what can be interpreted as a surprising and excellent genre shift that pairs well with an exciting descent-into-madness turn from Sarah Snook. 

Run Rabbit Run

Lily LaTorre wearing a rabbit mask in Run Rabbit Run

(Image credit: XYZ Films)

Directed By: Daina Reid
Written By:
Hannah Kent
Sarah Snook, Lily LaTorre, Damon Herriman, and Greta Scacchi
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