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The new thriller 'Run, Hide, Fight' came out this past Friday, so where can you watch it? Here's all the places the movie's available online to stream.

Looking to stream ‘Run, Hide, Fight’? Here’s where to watch online

Twenty-two years after the Columbine High School massacre brought school shootings to the attention of Americans everywhere, Run, Hide, Fight is bringing us a school shooting blockbuster. This isn’t one of the dozens of bleak documentaries to arise after nearly 200 mass shootings took the U.S. by storm as one of its biggest threats over the past decade (how soon we forget). Rather, it’s a fictional thriller. 

Perhaps the film was made possible by the lull in school shootings that only a worldwide pandemic could pause, and due to the subject matter, the film is predictably the source of divisive debate. 

The new thriller 'Run, Hide, Fight' came out this past Friday, so where can you watch it? Here's all the places the movie's available online to stream.

Controversial content

Run, Hide, Fight isn’t the first film to tackle the premise of a school shooting; 2011’s We Need To Talk About Kevin dug deep into the psyche of the school shooter, while 2003’s Elephant was critically acclaimed for its depiction of one of these tragic events. 

However, Run, Hide, Fight appears to be a film that values action over education, and many wonder if the film is in danger of further normalizing the already frequent shootings when and if schools begin to function in pre-COVID-19 fashion. The controversy doesn’t end here.

The new thriller 'Run, Hide, Fight' came out this past Friday, so where can you watch it? Here's all the places the movie's available online to stream.

Background buzz

In a story called “The Ugly Backstory of Ben Shapiro’s First Movie ‘Run Hide Fight,’” The Daily Beast unfurls a new level to Run, Hide, Fight’s controversy. 

The article explained how The Daily Wire, rightwing publisher co-founded by Shapiro, acquired the film, along with the film’s producers whose company Cinestate has been criticized for dangerous work practices. 

Audiences can only wonder if the film will exploit the onslaught of school shootings in the U.S. and if it’ll push a political agenda. Whether audiences are shocked or intrigued by the allegations against the people behind Run, Hide, Fight, people want to see it, and for good reason.

The new thriller 'Run, Hide, Fight' came out this past Friday, so where can you watch it? Here's all the places the movie's available online to stream.

Run’s roster

Run, Hide, Fight comes from director Kyle Rankin, perhaps best known for co-directing the Shia LaBeouf feature The Battle of Shaker Heights back in 2003. He brings us a modern survival story for the ages with Run, Hide, Fight, which will star Young Sheldon love interest Isabel May as Zoe Hull, the hero of a vicious school shooting.

Thomas Jane will star alongside May as her father Todd Hull. You might remember Jane as the coked-out small time crook in Boogie Nights or the star of the 2004 adaptation of Marvel’s The Punisher, helping carry perhaps the most anxiety-inducing deal-gone-wrong sequence in all of 1997’s films. Zoe’s father teaches her to hunt deer, a skill that may come in handy during the scariest day of the high school student’s life.

The new thriller 'Run, Hide, Fight' came out this past Friday, so where can you watch it? Here's all the places the movie's available online to stream.

Where to watch

Run, Hide, Fight brings us a senior-prank day unlike any other, and a school shooting like we’ve never seen before on film. Explosions, vans blasting through walls, and shootouts with police fill the action-packed telling of the new millenia’s most common tragedy. 

On top of that, the film brings us a face off as Isabel May is a full-fledged superwoman and fights back against the gun-clad boys terrorizing her school. Audiences can’t shake their morbid curiosity and wonder where they can watch.

The new thriller 'Run, Hide, Fight' came out this past Friday, so where can you watch it? Here's all the places the movie's available online to stream.

Run, Hide, Fight won’t be easy for the average internet detective to find. Furthermore it will create a moral dilemma for any cinephiles with reservations regarding the film’s producers. The film is exclusively streaming on The Daily Wire for members starting January 15th; that means you’ll have to support Shapiro’s rightwing publisher in order to watch the film as soon as possible.

 If that’s your thing, watch now and if not, one can only wonder where it will stream in the future. It’ll no doubt be available to rent or stream elsewhere as the months roll by. 

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  • The only moral dilemma is deciding to ignore the obvious blatant attempts to blackball this movie just because Conservatives put it together. The Moral thing is to let the movie stand on it’s own and take anything from biased sources with a grain of salt.

    January 16, 2021
  • Other than using it as a vector for your own “moral” preening, how was the movie?

    January 17, 2021
  • Agree with JoelC. I like the fact that instead of the leftist media and politicians pushing victimization, the right is showing us it’s is better to fight back. It is time we learned to Stand Up and defend ourselves.

    January 18, 2021
  • I don’t feel like subscribing to TDW to watch it, so I’ll have to catch it later. I imagine it’s a fine-to-good, but not great film. Worth the time invested, but not exactly life changing.
    The blanket 5 star and 1 star reviews are obviously because you have to either hate it or love it based on your political leanings.
    But if you listen to reviewers, you’d think Hannah Gadsby is a better comedian than Dave Chappelle, so what’s the point in even reading reviews?

    January 18, 2021
  • Run from controversy, hide from the SJW cancel mob, or fight for freedom of expression?

    January 18, 2021
  • I for one am excited to see it! Seems like it would highlight the strength of someone going far beyond themselves to save dozens of others from harms way. Perhaps the critique writing the article could have focused more on the heroism of such an act from this young lady rather than trying to politicize every detail in his critique. People are utterly exhausted of politics and just desire to sit down and escape for a brief moment without having a political agenda crammed down their throats.

    January 20, 2021
  • I thought it was a fantastic and brilliant movie. So true to life if someone new the system, it will wake people up to truth.

    January 24, 2021
  • The trailer looks interesting, looking forward to watching it when it is on another streaming service or is available to rent. It’s always nice to watch movies that contain a different perspective that the normal woke crap that Hollywood pushes. This limits me to foreign films that are more willing to explore different perspectives. Hollywood used push the envelope, however Hollywood is not the elite establishment that is trying to protect its turf. In the 40s and 50s there was a blacklist in Hollywood, now current day Hollywood is blacklisting again. Hollywood must have so little confidence in their woke messaging that they need to blacklist films with a different perspective to prevent the viewing public to make up their minds by themselves. Personally, I take critic’s opinions of a film with a grain of salt. The opinions of the general audience is much more worthy of being trusted.

    February 20, 2021

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