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Watch a New Clip from Ana Lily Amirpour's 'The Bad Batch'

The film—part thriller, part romance, part black comedy—stars Suki Waterhouse and Keanu Reeves, and hits theaters June 23.

Back in 2014, Ana Lily Amirpour's first feature film, A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night, wowed Sundance critics and introduced the world to a Middle Eastern feminist vampire romance. Now, the writer and director is back with a new film, The Bad Batch, which will be released through VICE Films.

The movie, which hits theaters, Amazon, and iTunes on June 23, follows Arlen (Suki Waterhouse) after she's left for dead in a neo-dystopian Texan wasteland, which has been cordoned off from the rest of American society. She's picked up by a band of cannibals led by the Miami Man (Jason Momoa) and fights for her life as the gang tries desperately to strip it from her. Robbed of an arm and a leg, Arlen somehow makes it to a compound run by the Dream (Keanu Reeves), a philosophical, cultish dude with a Southern accent and a penchant for wild ideas.

Check out an exclusive clip from The Bad Batch above, and catch it in theaters, on iTunes, or Amazon on June 23.