Scarlett Johansson has taken a step back in time to the 1960s in a new trailer for Hitchcock.
The 2.36min trailer, the first to be released from the film, shows Johansson being viciously attacked in a Psycho-style shower scene - bloodcurdling screams included.
She is seen shielding herself as Alfred Hitchcock (Anthony Hopkins) lunges at her with a knife.
Johansson plays Janet Leigh in the film which tells the story of Hitchcock's relationship with his wife Alma Reville during the years when Psycho was being made.
Some of the film's most famous cinematic moments are reproduced throughout the trailer.
Earlier this year, speaking about the legacy of Hitchcock, the BFI's Creative Director Heather Stewart said: "He was suspenseful, sexy, dangerous.
"From the very first shot of his very first film (The Pleasure Garden, 1926), he shows a girl's legs coming down a staircase. He's voyeuristic, tantalising.
"He understood that people always wanted more. You're safe watching it in the cinema, but he's playing with you from the go-get."
For full analysis of the trailer, E! has dug around for five of the "most suspenseful tidbits for your viewing pleasure".