Quick, what’s the best women-driven comedy of the last 10 years? Paul Feig’s Bridesmaids, right? Other comedies have been gunning for its crown ever since that film was released t box office success, critical acclaim an an Oscar nod for Melissa McCarthy.

That level of competition (and the resulting boost for comedies starring funny women) has given us gems like Trainwreck, Sisters and last year’s Bad Moms. Now, Rough Night is here to deliver something none of those flicks could: A dead stripper, cocaine and Kate McKinnon doing an Australian accent.

Rough Night basically kicks off just like The Hangover, with a group of friends setting out for a night of partying becuse one of them (Scarlett Johansson’s Jess) is about to get married. Things get a little more intense when Frankie (Broad City Queen Ilana Glazer) scores the gang some cocaine, but things still feel manageable. Then they get the stripper, which again sounds very much like a reasonable bachelorette decision.

And that’s when Alice (Jillian Bell, the least famous star but by far funniest part of this trailer) accidentally kills him.

From there, Rough Night morphs into a darker knd of comedy, but the pace never seems to let up. The whole dead stripper thing might not end up working, but when you have McKinnon on your side, anything can become comic gold. She even manages to make cannibalism seem funny.

Rough Night arrives June 16.