Stoker Mia Wasikowska Matthew Goode

To be certain, there is nothing reserved about Park Chan-Wook's upcoming "Stoker." One of the most talked about movies at the Sundance Film Festival, the Hitchcock-ian thriller is making its way to cinemas very soon, and a new clip from the film highlights both its distinctive aesthetics and mood all in one scene.

Telling the story of a young woman whose Uncle Charlie (Matthew Goode) enters her life after her father tragically passes away, this sequence shows the cautious India sharing a drink with the enigmatic relative. The atmosphere is certainly tense but holy lord, that is one loud slurp of wine. Did Mia Wasikowska have mics in the roof of her mouth and down her throat? It's certainly an...interesting choice. But, long story short, Uncle Charlie wants to be friends, and India isn't so sure.

"Stoker" is bringing the wine, so just bring yourself when it opens in limited release starting on March 1st.