Sci-fi fans can rejoice at the resurrection of their genre. With an increasing number of films like Interstellar and Edge of Tomorrow, there’s an equal amount of curiosity and fear of what advancements in technology could bring. Adding to this wave is Ex Machina, the directorial debut of Alex Garland, writer of films like 28 Days Later and Sunshine. The movie centers around a programmer of an internet-search giant (wink, wink) who is invited to stay a week at a mountain estate belonging to the company’s CEO with a beautiful A.I. named Ava. Because nothing good ever comes from computers that can think for themselves (see: every movie ever) or being in a secluded area where no one can hear you scream, things turn weird when the lines between man and machine start to blur. Ex Machina doesn’t come out until April 2015, but watch the trailer below and be grateful you’re not a robot. Or are you…?