Celuloid cannibalism 'The Bad Batch'

Celuloid cannibalism 'The Bad Batch'
By Euronews  with AGENCIES

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.”

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.”

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