Celuloid cannibalism 'The Bad Batch'

Celuloid cannibalism 'The Bad Batch'
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Cannibalism and dystopian violence coming to a cinema near you


The much anticipated follow up to Ana Lily Amirpour’s ‘A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night,’ ‘The Bad Batch’ is everybody’s idea of a nightmare, lost in a Texas wasteland Arlen, played by Suki Waterhouse, is captured by a grisely group of cannibals.

The director spoke about the casting of Suki Waterhouse came about :“I guess it’s just one of those things, like love. You can’t, you can’t really intellectually fully explain it. She just like went on tape and auditioned for me and I think my mouth was kind of just hanging open a little. Like that’s the one. Yeah, you know.”

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— FAN EXPO Canada (@FANEXPOCANADA) June 19, 2017

The film also stars Jason Momoa, Keanu Reeves and Jim Carrey.

Reeves spoke about his role in the film:“It’s a rock ‘n’ roll movie with a wonderful director, she had this wonderful, beautiful script, a kind of love story. And I play a kind of leader, mayor, boss, cult leader in a kind of dystopian prison.”

Ana Lily Amirpour Explains How She Landed Keanu Reeves & Jim Carrey For ‘The Bad Batch’ https://t.co/njNnuceNle#keanureevespic.twitter.com/Ur3PBjAMa2

— Katarina (@Keanuital) June 10, 2017

So if you have a taste for Cannibalism and dystopian love with violence ‘The Bad Batch’ is right up your alley, out now.

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