WATCH: Netflix's new show Love, Death + Robots looks like it might be the most bonkers show of 2019
This is exactly what you'd expect when you combine the minds behind Fight Club and Deadpool.
If you're in any way of a sensitive disposition, then stop reading now.
The first official footage from Netflix's new show Love, Death + Robots is pretty full on.
In terms of violence, nudity, sexuality, and... well, we don't hear any profanities (because the absolutely pounding soundtrack will drown all of that out), but we're going to go ahead and assume that there will be some naughty language in here, too.
Tim Miller (director of Deadpool and the upcoming Terminator sequel) and David Fincher (the guy behind Fight Club, Mindhunter, Gone Girl, and loads more) have teamed up to executive produce this animation anthology, which will bring together some of the biggest and best animators in the world to tell a series of stories that will span the science fiction, fantasy, horror and comedy genres.
Each episode will be between five and 15 minutes long, and aimed at an adult audience, with the official press release telling us that we should expect "sentient dairy products, werewolf soldiers, robots gone wild, garbage monsters, cyborg bounty hunters, aliens spiders, and blood-thirsty demons from hell" as they all converge in what will be a 185-minute anthology.
So here you go. Prepare your eyes, prepare your brain, and prepare everything in between.
Love, Death + Robots will debut on Netflix on Friday 15 March.
Clip via Netflix