Ash and Bone (2022)

Director Harley Wallen opens his film in compelling fashion, intercutting the credits with night-time scenes of a woman running through the grass. She’s out of breath and distressed, courtesy of trying to escape something. As she sees an oncoming car’s headlights, her joy at potential help turns to terror as the people inside execute her. It’s a well-crafted opener, although the following film cannot match its intrigue.

My review of Ash and Bone is available to read at Nerdly.