Gone Girl is here and it's pretty damn good. Turning a pulpy novel into something of real worth, just like Jonathan Demme did with The Silence Of The Lambs, David Fincher's latest is so enthralling we can't wait to return to the cinema and experience his mystery thriller all over again. Fincher is renowned for his meticulous directorial style, with thirty-take scenes commonplace on his sets. With this level of obsession and control of his product what's on screen is as close as possible to what the director envisioned. And that makes his movies a delight to go through and discover what subtle treats are hidden in there. More so than any of his previous films, Gone Girl boats a plethora of references to other movies, both from his own filmography and wider afield that make it a particular highlight for any film fan. It's not just cinephile's who can get more out of Gone Girl, however. There's lots of cool little winks and nods that can really add to the experience, both in and out of the cinema. So put away your game of Life and read eight references in Gone Girl that you probably missed. Obviously, we're going to be looking at moments from all though the movie, so here's a big SPOILER WARNING for those of you yet to see the film.