"Run Sweetheart Run" is a vicious powder keg for the online dating generation.

Writer/director Shana Feste uses exploitation touches to highlight a horrifying issue.

Feste barrels forward like something akin to John Carpenter's action catalog or "The Warriors".

Cherie Balinska and Pilou Asbaek play a formidable cat and mouse in the film.

Cherie is cunning and ready to be the change the world needs.

Co-writers draw excitement from the otherwise barebones narrative by using absurdity.

Some murky plot advancement succumbs to the film's breakneck design.

Feste doesn't shy away from the female experience, as societal taboos like period blood become an integral device to Cherie's survival.

There's an abandonment of structure that is a bit jarring at points.