J.J. Abrams newest produced film (before his next directorial feat, a little flick called “Star Wars: Episode IX”), is a genre film named “Overlord.” The movie sounds downright insane, and the advertising is a bit extreme. The film's official Twitter page, @OverlordMovie, tweeted out a new image. Check out the poster below as we take a deeper dive into the poster and the film it’s for.

Overlord looks to be a crazy sci-fi, horror, war Flick

The film is being defined as the description above states; a sci-fi, horror, war flick.

“Overlord,” tells the story of two American soldiers who, on D Day, are caught behind enemy lines. Despite the horrors of war, there are more horrors than they originally thought. Paratroopers land in Nazi-occupied France, the men must fight not only the Germans but what the Germans have created.

The film is directed by Julius Avery, the filmmaker behind the Ewan McGregor and Brenton Thwaites thriller “Son of a Gun.” Abrams esteemed production company, Bad Robot, will be backing the film, their first since 2018’s critical and financial hit, “Mission Impossible: Fallout.

Billy Ray wrote the screenplay from an original idea. Ray is a veteran writer having written “The Hunger Games,” “Shattered Glass,” and “Captain Phillips.”

Some terrifically gruesome advertisements for Overlord

The poster above is one of the best so far for the year.

The white background with blood splats makes a crude representation of soldiers parachuting. Blood and war aren’t an unfamiliar couple, but the gruesomeness from this film doesn’t seem like it will be very similar to previous WWII Movies.

The movie is a rare R rated film from Bad Robot. Bad Robot is most well-known for producing saga's such as "Star Trek," "Star Wars," "Mission Impossible," "Cloverfield." Check out the trailer below, but be aware, it’s a tease for a film that is rated R for “strong bloody violence, disturbing images, language, and brief sexual content.” Whether it’s deemed a hit or a miss, the film promises to be a wild ride.

The horror hybrid will premiere at Fantastic Fest, as reported by Slashfilm. The film will play on September, September 22 and Wednesday, September 26th; so be sure to mark your calendars to check the reviews, which surely will have much to say about the film.

“Overlord” hits theaters in the states on November 9, 2018. Let us know how excited you are for the film in the comments!