A film that, according to its PR department is, "As bloody and visceral as an R rating will allow." The Bad Batch is a mad-looking new cannibal/horror/black comedy/love story on Netflix with a deep cast and a synth soundtrack that's receiving a fair bit of attention.
Starring Jason Momoa, Suki Waterhouse, Keanu Reeves and Jim Carrey, the film is set in a lawless post-apocalyptic America where people are exiled to the desert as soon as they're deemed unfit for society.
In the desert they eat each other.
Because there are no rules.
While this looks like, in all likelihood, a neon car crash full of forced gore and turgid performances, the soft synth cannibal genre has been greatly underserved by Hollywood in recent years; a great and inexcusable shame in our opinion.
In fairness, it is directed by Ana Lily Amirpour, the director behind the excellent A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night.
So hopefully it's not totally awful.
The Bad Batch is streaming on Netflix now.