Red Band Trailer for Sexual Thriller PIERCING Drops

Holy shit, does this combination create for one wild looking sex fringed romp. Whoever figured out that The Eyes of My Mother director Nicolas Pesce should make a movie based on the works of genius Ryu Murakami (the man behind Audition) should be given some sort of award. Throw in the always alluring Mia Wasikowska and rising star Christopher Abbot, well hot damn, you’ve got one of the most interesting looking titles of 2019.

It’s almost crazy that Universal is the team dropping this on us. Anyways, start to get as stoked as we are with this red band trailer and synopsis, with the film hitting theaters and VOD on February 1st of next year.


Things don't go according to plan in the new red band trailer from Universal Studio's upcoming psycho sexual thriller PIERCING. Starring Christopher Abbot (James White, It Comes at Night)and Mia Wasikowska (Alice in Wonderland, Crimson Peak), this twisted tale follows a man (Abbott) who seemingly heads away on business, but plans instead to check into a hotel and kill an unsuspecting victim. Catch PIERCING in theaters, On Demand and Digital February 1st!

PIERCING

In Theaters, On Demand and Digital February 1st

Reed (Christopher Abbott) is going on a business trip. He kisses his wife and infant son goodbye, but in lieu of a suitcase filled with clothes, he's packed a toothbrush and a murder kit. Everything is meticulously planned: check into a hotel and kill an unsuspecting victim. Only then will he rid himself of his devious impulses and continue to be a good husband and father. But Reed gets more than he bargained for with Jackie (Mia Wasikowska), an alluring call girl who arrives at his room. First, they relax and get in the mood, but when there's an unexpected disruption, the balance of control begins to sway back and forth between the two. Is he seeing things? Who's playing whom? Before the night is over, a feverish nightmare will unfold, and Reed and Jackie will seal their bond in blood.

Cast: Christopher Abbott, Laia Costa, Mia Wasikowska, Marin Ireland, Wendell Pierce

Directed by: Nicolas Pesce

Written by: Ryu Murakami

Rated: R