Ambitious Philadelphia beat cop Thomas Lockhart (Boyd Holbrook) and his partner Winston Maddox (Bokeem Woodbine) get caught up in the events of a bizarre killing spree one night in 1988 with the perpetrator a hooded female whose motives are a mystery.
After suffering a personal tragedy Lockhart begins to obsess over the killer and her motives as she reappears and restarts another seemingly random murder spree on a seven-year cycle.
Led by a committed display by Holbrook it' absorbing enough, by the numbers evening entertainment helmed by the very capable Jim Mickle which is efficiently enough executed without pulling up any creative trees.
Though you can't escape that this seems very much Mickle in director for hire mode for the Netflix content production line.
The pay off seems contrived and illogical and ultimately it's really just a bit of a rip-off of the superior 'Looper' (2012) leaving you feeling just a tad underwhelmed by its conclusion.