Mia Goth joins co-star Alexander Skarsgard at screening of shocking new horror film Infinity Pool 

Mia Goth turns heads in black leather dress as co-star Alexander Skarsgard sports a leash at screening of shocking new horror film Infinity Pool in NYC

Mia Goth and Alexander Skarsgard stepped out for a special screeing of their new film Infinity Pool at AMC Lincoln Square on Monday.

Infinity Pool has left critics aghast with its scenes of executions, orgies and full-frontal nudity in first reviews of the shocking horror film.

Mia, 29, looked sensational for the screening, arriving in a black leather mini dress with an a-symmetric hemline.

Event: Mia Goth and Alexander Skarsgard stepped out for a special screeing of their new film Infinity Pool at AMC Lincoln Square on Monday

Event: Mia Goth and Alexander Skarsgard stepped out for a special screeing of their new film Infinity Pool at AMC Lincoln Square on Monday

The garment featured a long pleated back while Mia added height to her frame with a pair of knee-high black boots.

The Pearl star also wore matching tights and wore her honey blonde locks in a poker straight style

Alexander, 46, sported a black jumper ad a matching pair of joggers along with a leash on his neck as he struck a playful pose alongside his co-star.

The pair were also joined at the screening by the film’s director Brandon Croenenberg.

Stunning: Mia looked sensational for the screening, arriving in a black leather mini dress with an a-symmetric hemline

Stunning: Mia looked sensational for the screening, arriving in a black leather mini dress with an a-symmetric hemline

Playful: Alexander opted for a casual look, sporting a black jumper ad a matching pair of joggers as he struck a playful pose alongside his co-star

Playful: Alexander opted for a casual look, sporting a black jumper ad a matching pair of joggers as he struck a playful pose alongside his co-star

Screening: The pair were also joined at the screening by the film's director Brandon Croenenberg (centre)

Screening: The pair were also joined at the screening by the film’s director Brandon Croenenberg (centre)

The film follows writer James Foster (Skarsgard)  and Em Foster (Cleopatra Coleman), a couple enjoying an all-inclusive beach vacation in the fictional island of La Tolqa, when a fatal accident exposes the resort’s perverse subculture of hedonistic tourism, violence and surreal horrors.

In one of the film’s most shocking scenes, MIa, who plays free-spirited tourist and actress Gabi, performs a sex act on Alexander’s Foster, with the writer ejaculating and his manhood fully shown on screen.

Other gory scenes show a clone of Alexander being disemboweled and orgies – with the R-rated film branded ‘The White Lotus – but for sickos’ upon its premiere at the Sundance Film Festival.

Alexander said himself of the role: ‘Fighting a naked version of myself to the death and then being breastfed by Mia … that’s not something you get to do very often as an actor.’

IndieWire critic Ryan Lattanzio praised the ‘terrifically unhinged’ performances of the leads but said ‘the whole thing feels bloodless, cold and clammy as a speculum.

‘Despite the pile-up of blood, guts, holes, and d**ks in a hallucinogenic montage that punctures Infinity Pool’s otherwise weirdly sleepy atmosphere, the film is never as appalling as it seems to confidently believe it is.

‘There’s a psychedelic orgy montage suffused with all manner of body parts, James and Gabi high out of their skulls on some kind of religious drug and pounding each other in ecstasy, that feels very similar to the one in Possessor where Andrea Riseborough suddenly had a penis. This is likely one of the moments that originally got Infinity Pool its justifiable NC-17 rating.’

On October 19, Bloody Disgusting reported that Infinity Pool was edited from an NC-17 film to a hard R-rated film. 

Cronenberg is the son of iconic body horror director David Cronenberg, known for classic films such as The Fly and The Dead Zone. 

Infinity Pool will be released in cinemas worldwide on January 27, 2023.

Oh my: The film, directed by Brandon Cronenberg, follows writer James Foster (Skarsgard) and Em Foster (Cleopatra Coleman), a couple enjoying an all-inclusive beach vacation in the fictional island of La Tolqa, when a fatal accident exposes the resort's perverse subculture

Oh my: The film, directed by Brandon Cronenberg, follows writer James Foster (Skarsgard) and Em Foster (Cleopatra Coleman), a couple enjoying an all-inclusive beach vacation in the fictional island of La Tolqa, when a fatal accident exposes the resort’s perverse subculture

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