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Well, Fincher, best known for directing some of the more stylistic, thrilling, edge of your seat films in the past two decades returns with one of his best, Gone Girl, an adaptation of Gillian Flynn's novel, which became a runaway success last year throughout the world.
Throughout the course of cinema, there have been many films which tap into a common fear many cinemagoers share; the fear of confined spaces. To celebrate the release of Pioneer on Blu-ray and DVD on 4th August 2014 from Arrow Films, we count down the ten best examples of claustrophobic cinema.