For some Jonathan Glazer’s Under the Skin will be known as the best science fiction film since Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey. For others it will be known as the film where Scarlett Johansson gets naked, and will be famous to them for the screengrabs that revealed more than her leaked nude pictures. In fact, it’s likely that some will be familiar with images from the movie but will never see the film. Such is nudity in the internet era. Which is too bad as the film itself is a striking work, though the film is more interested in tone than narrative. My Under the Skin Blu-ray review follows after the jump.