Run Rabbit Run: Everything You Need to Know About Sarah Snook’s Upcoming Netflix Horror Thriller

“Run Rabbit Run” is an upcoming Australian horror film directed by Daina Reid and written by Hannah Kent that will take you on a thrilling journey you will not want to get off of. Here’s a rundown of everything you need to know about the film.

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Cast and Crew

“Run Rabbit Run” stars Sarah Snook, who is best known for her role in the hit TV show “Succession.” The film’s script was written by book author Hannah Kent, who made her screenwriting debut with Run Rabbit Run and directed by Emmy nominee Daina Reid. Snook is joined on the screen by Damon Herriman, Greta Scacchi, and Lily LaTorre.


Sarah (played by Snook) is a mother and fertility doctor who believes in life and death. Her daughter soon begins to resemble her mother’s sister, who went missing when she was seven. The sister went lost in a spooky old stone tower, and the daughter’s behavior causes Snook to wonder if her sister’s spirit is controlling her daughter and to rethink her own beliefs.


The official trailer for “Run Rabbit Run” is now accessible on numerous platforms, including Variety. The trailer depicts Sarah and Mia’s troubled relationship, as well as the film’s strange and unpleasant atmosphere.

Release Date

“Run Rabbit Run” premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2023 and was picked up by Netflix for global distribution. The film will be released on Netflix on June 28, 2023.


“Run Rabbit Run” was shot in Melbourne, Australia, and produced by Sarah Shaw and Anna McLeish. International sales were handled by XYZ Films, an indie firm that co-financed the picture. Snook executive produced the film alongside Nate Bolotin, Maxime Cottray, Nick Spicer, and Aram Tertzakian of XYZ Films, Deanne Weir, Olivia Humphrey, Jack Christian, and D.J. McPherson.


“Run Rabbit Run” received favorable reviews from critics, who commended Snook’s performance as well as the film’s complex and intriguing plot. Variety termed the Sundance film an “effective if familiar mommy-issues chiller.” The film was also one of the first significant buys at Sundance, indicating the festival’s sustained commercial power. According to the Hollywood Reporter, the film is “moody and atmospheric” and “easily builds tension and dread.” JoBlo gave the film a 7/10 rating, praising Sarah Snook’s performance yet again.


“Run Rabbit Run” looks to be a disturbing and excellent horror movie that delves into themes of identity, memory, and motherhood. With Snook’s excellent performance and a talented ensemble, this film is not to be missed. So mark your calendars for June 28th and get ready to be spooked by Sarah Snook’s performance in Run Rabbit Run!