The drama, which has elements of horror, was written by Prison Break actor Wentworth Miller under the alias Ted Foulke. It is the Oldboy director's first English-language movie and stars Nicole Kidman and Mia Wasikowska.
British actor Goode, who was last week named ambassador for the Jameson Cult Film Club, told Digital Spy that he was impressed by Miller's story and working with Park.
"[Miller] wrote the film under a pseudonym and it was on the Black List, which is the top scripts that haven't been made yet - that was in 2010," he said.
"It got picked up by Ridley Scott, Tony Scott and Fox Searchlight, and the fact they got Chan-wook Park to make it is creating quite a lot of buzz. He's just the most stupendously gifted director. He speaks more English than he lets on, but everything is done via a translator. In the end it was just incredible, a really great experience."
Discussing his mysterious character Uncle Charlie, Goode added: "He turns up at this funeral - the opening shot is of Nicole and Mia, they're a mother and daughter, he's the uncle and it's his brother who's died.
"[Charlie] hasn't been around for 25 years he's been off travelling, or so we think, and various people start to disappear. Then you realise there's possibly a pre-disposition in the bloodline of the family to do dark things. It should be great."