Hitting cinemas today is the brand new horror thriller Piercing which stars Australian actress Mia Wasikowska. Today we sat down and chatted to Mia about her role in the film and found out that it is one of the most intense roles she has ever played in her career.
You can listen to our full Mia Wasikowska interview on the Spreaker player below.
Monster Fest Presents in association with Rialto Distribution will release Nicolas Pesce’s PIERCING to cinemas in limited release from Thursday January 10th, including a Special Event Screening with Q&A by actress Mia Wasikowska (CRIMSON PEAK, MAPS TO THE STARS) at Dendy Cinemas Newtown.
PIERCING is the sophomore feature from Nicolas Pesce, the writer/director of 2016 festival favourite THE EYES OF MY MOTHER and is based on a novel by Ryû Murakami, author of AUDITION, on which the Takashi Miike film was based.
Reed (Christopher Abbott) kisses his wife and baby goodbye, seemingly headed away on business. But instead of clothes, he’s packed a murder kit. He’s planned everything meticulously: he’ll check into a hotel, call an escort service, and kill an unsuspecting prostitute. Only then will he rid himself of his murderous urges. But Reed’s plan could not account for Jackie (Mia Wasikowska), the alluring and mysterious call girl who arrives at his room. When an unexpected incident occurs, Reed and Jackie find themselves in a pulsating game of cat-and-mouse. Has he been found out? Is this all just some strange game? Or are they falling in love? As the night progresses, Reed starts to lose control. Before the night is over, a feverish nightmare will unfold, and the pair will seal their bond in blood.
PIERCING opens in select cinemas from January 10, for locations
This week on The Good The Bad The Ugly Film Show Adam, Dave, Greg and Nick take a look at new release films ‘Chasing Asylum,’ ‘Is This The Real World,’ ‘Blood Punch,’ ‘Alice Through The Looking Glass,’ ‘Hunt For The Wilderpeople’ and ‘The Nice Guys’. This episode also contains interviews with Mia Wasikowska, Johnny Depp, Eva Orner, Martin McKenna, Milo Cawthorne, Taika Waititiand Alex Russell (general career).
Also make sure you listen to this week’s episode to see how you can win a copy of Jason Schwartzman’s new film ‘7 Chinese Brothers’ thanks to our good friends at eOne Entertainment. Once you’ve heard the question on the show you can enter on our Facebook or Twitter pages.
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Dave Griffiths has worked as a journalist for over twenty years now -covering topics including film, television, music, travel and sport (with a main focus on AFL Football).
That time has seen him host the popular X-Wired television program for seven seasons as well as write for various magazines such as Buzz Magazine, Heavy Mag, Stage Whispers, The Banner and Eternity. Dave is currently the Head Film Writer for Heavy Mag and also writes reviews for Thailand’s The Phuket News newspaper.
He has even branched out into writing online for Subculture Entertainment, Media Search and The Book The Film The T-Shirt. He also worked as the online editor for Entertainment 360 for three years.
Dave’s radio work has seen him work on various radio stations including Talking Lifestyle, 3RPP, Triple R and Light FM. He is currently the co-host of Melbourne’s 94.1FM’s breakfast show ‘The Motley Crew’ and he can sometimes be heard on J-Air’s ‘First On Film’. David is also the co-host of two popular podcasts – ‘The Good, The Bad, The Ugly Film Show,’ and ‘The Popcorn Conspiracy’
As far as Film Reviewing goes David is an elected committee member of AFCA (Australian Film Critics Association and a member of IPRESCI (International Federation of Film Critics)/FIPRESCI (Fédération Internationale de la Presse Cinématographique).
He has also served as a jury member for a number of international film festivals and is considered an expert on cult cinema, horror movies and Australian films.
Dave is also a keen screenwriter and is currently working on a new comic book series.
Currently David Griffiths has 42 Film Reviews on Subculture Entertainment
This week on The Good The Bad The Ugly Film Show Adam, Dave, Greg and Nick take a look at new release films ‘Crimson Peak,’ ‘Legend,’ ‘The Walk,’ ‘UnIndian,’ and ‘Learning To Drive’. This episode also contains interviews with Tom Hiddleston, Jessica Chastain, Mia Wasikowski, Emily Browning, Brian Helgleland, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Charlotte Le Bon and Anupam Sharma.
Also make sure you are listening this week as the boys launch their brand new competition thanks to our friends at eOne Entertainment. Simply listen to this week’s episode of The Good The Bad The Ugly Film Show and message us the answer to the question on either Facebook or Twitter and you can win a very special for fans of The Walking Dead. We have two Rick Grimes Pop! Vinyls to giveaway in celebration of eOne Entertainment making available each episode of The Walking Dead Season Six on their digital platforms (iTunes and Google Play) the day after each episode airs on TV from October 13th.