The ancient Irish believed that people were affected by the cycles of the moon and that the moon can be linked to intuition and has real power over the deeds of men.
They called the moon in September their ‘Blood Moon.’ It was the time when animals were butchered and prepared for the long, dark winter ahead. Their daily prayer to the Celtic moon goddess was to “leave us sound and whole.”
When Mitchell is released from prison after serving three years for a vicious attack he doesn't remember, Billy Norton is there to pick him up. But Norton works for Tommy Logan, a ruthless loan shark lowlife with plans Mitchell wants nothing to do with.