By Nigel M Smith | Indiewire October 31, 2012 at 10:55AM
If the recently unveiled trailer for Park Chan-Wook's first foray into English language filmmaking "Stoker" didn't get you stoked (sorry, we couldn't help ourselves), then a new atmospheric music video and crafty international poster, courtesy of Empire, for the anticipated March 1st release should do the trick.
Backed by the haunting track "Becomes the Color" by Emily Wells that's said to play over the end credits of the thriller, the promo shows the painstaking pencil-work that went into the creation of the poster (which you can view below), along with new footage not initially showcased in the trailer released by distributor Fox Searchlight.
"Stoker" centers on moody teen India (Mia Wasikowska), who welcomes in an uncle (Matthew Goode) she didn't know existed soon after her father passes away. With her bereaved mother (Nicole Kidman) visibly unstable, India soon becomes suspicious of the mysterious uncle's motives but finds herself drawn to him at the same time.