We're still haunted by the oozing hands that smushed Lisbeth Salander's lovely face in David Fincher's The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo's title sequence. But what sort of Dragon Tattoo imagery is hidden amongst all these tangled vines of USB cables and "primordial dream ooze"? We spoke with co-founder of Blur and the title sequence's creative director, Tim Miller, to uncover what sort of secret messages are hiding inside Lisbeth's nightmare.
In a previous interview with the movie's director, David Fincher, we learned all about Miller and his work on the titles at Blur. Now the man himself has shared how he and Fincher collaborated to bring this real-life fever dream to life — and he's given io9 a handful of gorgeous stills from the title, two video breakdowns, plus the official title sequence (which you can see at the bottom). But first, let's break it down.