The official trailer for the upcoming thriller sees one woman face a number of creepy members of the opposite sex.

The 'Men' trailer gives us a better look at the uneasiness that is set to unfold after a woman's journey into the "peaceful" countryside.

The initial teaser for the film was released in February, showing Jessie Buckley in a particularly creepy situation involving what seemed to be a sinister presence lurking around her country house.

Buckley will star as Harper, a young woman who embarks on a trip to the English countryside for a solo vacation. Having dealt with a personal tragedy recently, she is looking to heal herself by immersing in a quieter pace of life. However, the lines between reality and what's happening inside her head become blurred, which isn't helped by the presence of numerous members of the opposite sex which causes her hairs (and the viewers) to stand on end.

The newest release from production house A24 will see director Alex Garland take to the helm, a director well-known for his love of all things dark and fantastic such as 'Ex Machina', 'Annihilation' and TV series 'Devs'.

Joining Buckley in the thriller is Rory Kinnear (Bill Tanner from Daniel Craig's Bond series) and Paapa Essiedu ('I May Destroy You', 'Gangs of London').

Here's the 'Men' trailer.

The Kerry-born star has just finished her sold-out run on London's West End opposite Eddie Redmayne, in the revival of 'Cabaret'. Another Irish star, Fra Fee will take over from Redmayne this month, with Amy Lennox replacing Buckley.

Next up for Jessie Buckley will be the movie adaptation of 'Women Talking', based on the novel by Miriam Toews.

'Men' releases in cinemas on Friday, May 20.