The "Bad Batch" trailer has Jason Mamoa, Keanu Reeves & Cannibals, oh my!
First, stop crying and take a deep breath, because your prayers have been answered. From Ana Lily Amirpour, director of the brilliant Iranian vampire-western film "A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night," comes "The Bad Batch," an insane new film described as "a dystopian love story in a Texas wasteland and set in a community of cannibals."
The film stars newcomer Suki Waterhouse as Arlen, a young girl who is kidnapped and maimed by cannibals. After losing an arm and a leg, Arlen (or as I like to call her "double Furiosa) seemingly goes on a Taken-esque rampage to mow down the cannibals who took her limbs. "The Bad Batch" costars Keanu Reeves as "totally not Pablo Escobar from Narcos," and Aquaman, himself, Jason Mamoa as Miami Man, as Danny Trejo from Desperado. Jim Carrey, Diego Luna and Giovanni Ribisi round out the (surprisingly) star-studded cast.
Check out the trailer below, and let us know what you think. The Bad Batch opens June 23.