If you like scary movies you’re going to want to check out the new trailer for Stoker the latest (and first English language) film from South Korean director Park Chan-wook starring Nicole Kidman, Mia Wasikskjoweihnpfffloiski Wasikowska and Matthew Goode.

Chan-wook is best know for films such as Oldboy (2003), Sympathy for Lady Vengeance (2005) and Thirst (2009) which feature subject matter ranging from imprisonment to murder and medical experiments. You know, upbeat stuff.

The Stoker screenplay, written by Wentworth Miller (yes, the Prison Break beefcake), was chillin’ on the 2010 Black List Top Ten (the annual list of Hollywood’s most beloved unproduced screenplays) back in 2010 until it was rescued by Chan-wook. It was the script’s Hitchcockian influences that made him choose it as the movie to make his English-language debut as it was Hitchcock’s film Vertigo that made him decide to become a director. Kewt.

The plot: After India Stoker’s father dies, her Uncle Charlie, who she never knew existed (SUSPICION AROUSED) comes to live with her and her bitch of a mother. India comes to suspect this mysterious yet charming (…because he’s Matthew “handsome balls” Goode) man has ulterior motives and becomes increasingly infatuated with him. From the trailer you can see some definite Lolita’esque bsns going on, and according to the writer there are some Bram Stoker type sprinklings here and there. Sans vampires. Thankfully.

Anyway, looks kewl.