There’s great anticipation for David Fincher’s newest thriller Gone Girl, which will hit theaters in the fall, and now Trent Reznor, who’s in charge of the movie’s score, is adding to the hype, calling the movie “nasty,” although we assume in a good way.

In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Reznor spoke about the film, saying: “It’s a much darker film than I was expecting. The book is not exactly uplifting or happy, but it’s a nasty film.”

As far as creating a score for the movie, Reznor says: “It’s been an interesting challenge with some different parameters, and it keeps us on our toes. That’s what makes it good.”

Reznor also teamed up with Atticus Ross to score Fincher’s last two movies: The Social Network and The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo.

Gone Girl is about a man named Nick Dunne, played by Ben Affleck, who searches for his wife after she goes missing, only to end up the prime suspect in her disappearance.

The movie is based on the book of the same name by Gillian Flynn. It co-stars Rosamund Pike as Dunne’s wife, Amy, who goes missing.

Gone Girl will be on theaters October 3. Do you plan on going to see it?  What do you think about Reznor’s description of it?  Let us know below.