Imagine what might happen when an ancient, cannibalistic clann attacks hikers, and the hikers fight back twice as hard. Brutal wars in the woods. Will the good guys remain good, or will revenge become their mantra. Homages to I Spit on Your Grave, Deliverance, House of 1000 Corpses, Devil's Rejects, and The Hills Have Eyes. Clann, 2022, carries the tagline “Don’t mess with family”. The cannibalistic clann is headed by Mama Love (Tish Hicks) and supported by actors Marshall McIntosh, Justin P Warren, and nine-year-old actress Alvae Hays Easterling, among others. As a blood-bath begins, the Clann makes the mistake of harming a family member of a group of hikers. Family is family, and the hikers fight back, finding themselves becoming more feral than the inbred Clann. Jonathan A Steetzel and Craig Sapenoff play the lead roles and turn in uncomfortable, intense performances with an ending that the director, Catt Dahman, had to look away from. A Ren Says Films production, Clann delves into revenge, terror, rebirth, and savagery. With gore and theme warnings, the film will leave viewers disturbed and second-guessing what love for family really means. (in post production final edits) Cameo Lloyd Kaufman of Troma films Clann: from old Irish or Scots meaning of sprouts or offspring.