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Creepy Under The Skin Teaser

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Scarlett Johansson as an alien stalking men in Scotland might sound like either a) a lurid horror or b) a farcical comedy but it's actually c) an icy drama.

We recommended Under The Skin in our round-up of books to read before they become movies this year and this latest look at the much-anticipated film shows that we have a lot to look forward to.

It doesn't tell you a whole lot about the film, based on the acclaimed novel by Michel Faber, other than the fact that it will be creepy as hell and, thanks to genius director Jonathan Glazer (Birth, Sexy Beast), it will also be packed with a whole host of unforgettable imagery.

Under the Skin hits cinemas March 14

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