Stumbled upon accidently after viewing a trailer on YouTube staring a sunburnt Jim Carey in a showdown with Khal Drogo. The clip was so intense it made my skin itch and I had to put my life on pause to watch the whole movie.
The premise of Badbatch appears to be that the line between good and evil is vague yet with dire consequences. Lessons on humanity aside this is the dystopian visual spectacle that FuryRoad failed to be. Rated R it challenges you to find your comfort zone with amputations, cannibalism, drug use, and contextual violence.
Suki Waterhouse plays the central role in this desert dream, unsure of her faith she has to discover the meaning of her purgatory in order to find redemption. With some southern twang and a rustic landscape this movie could be a crossover between Terrence Malick's Days of Heaven and the gore filled Hostel.
For an alternative reality experience this is a movie you must watch, it builds a surreal world which could be easily described as a modern art visualisation featuring Keanu Reeves, and you can experience this in the comfort of your own home, with or without the drugs of your preference.