Full-Length Trailer for Luca Guadagnino's Eerie 'Suspiria' Remake
"When you dance the dance of another, you make yourself in the image of its creator." Amazon Studios has revealed the second official trailer for Luca Guadagnino's fresh new take on Suspiria, remaking the classic Dario Argento horror film from 1977. The film is premiering at the Venice Film Festival in a few weeks. And we finally get a better look at what's going on in this 152 minute horror thriller. Luca's new Suspiria is set in Berlin, but follows a similar story of a young dance student who joins a dance company in Berlin. But weird things start to happen to the people around her. The incredible cast includes Dakota Johnson in the lead as Susie, along with Tilda Swinton, Lutz Ebersdorf, Chloe Moretz, Mia Goth, Renée Soutendijk, Jessica Harper, Sylvie Testud, Angela Winkler, Malgorzata Bela, and Ingrid Caven. I'm so very excited to see this, I've got such a good feeling about it. I'll be there at the Venice premiere - and I can't wait.
Here's the second official trailer for Luca Guadagnino's Suspiria, direct from Amazon's YouTube:
A darkness swirls at the center of a world-renowned dance company in Berlin, one that will engulf the troupe's artistic director (Swinton), an ambitious young dancer (Johnson), and a grieving psychotherapist (Ebersdorf). Some will succumb to the nightmare. Others will finally wake up. Suspiria is directed by acclaimed Italian filmmaker Luca Guadagnino, director of the films The Protagonists, Melissa P., I Am Love, A Bigger Splash, and Call Me By Your Name previously. The script is written by David Kajganich. Based on Dario Argento's original Suspiria film first released in 1977. This is expected to premiere at major film festivals in the fall. Amazon Studios will then release Guadagnino's Suspiria in select theaters starting on October 26th, then wide November 2nd. Follow @suspiriamovie for more. Looking even better now?
This looks so good to me. I'm not too big on horror, but I feel like I have to see this one.
Efterklang on Aug 23, 2018
HOLY CRAP! Thom Yorke did the score?!? I might see it for that alone!
THE_RAW_ on Aug 23, 2018
I saw the original and I found it to be a very weak filming. This looks better, but it also looks like it follows the same path. Which is not quite reassuring ...
shiboleth on Aug 23, 2018
I am also among those who dislike Argento's films. I saw two or three of them. He has a bit of sense for atmosphere, but mostly, those are amateurish and empty films. Specific case of some eurotrash style over substance. Unfortunately. As for the original, Argento is following the same pattern here. The idea and its execution was very disappointing and I never could understand all the fame about this one. As for this director here, I saw A Bigger Splash and it wasn't that bad but I also think the idea was shallow, at least. Yeah, well, those are the films that makes film repertoire these days. What can we do Bo, but search on, right? See you ...
shiboleth on Aug 24, 2018
Right!...lol...well said, shiboleth. I agree with every word you posted in your reply. Thank you Sir!
Tombo on Aug 25, 2018
YAS GOD FEED MA
Jorrell Mcdaniel on Aug 23, 2018
I really don't get why so many people are appalled at this. Yes, it's long, but it actually looks justified. It seems to be all about letting the film build, letting the scenes play, working in so many details. I am very excited for almost 3 hours of Luca's Suspiria. I think he's a genius and this looks like him going all out like Kubrick (who also made very long films). If you go in to see the film with negativity, you're going to just hate it anyway, try to keep an open mind and get lost in the experience.
Alex Billington on Aug 24, 2018
Suspend disbelief? You do know this is a horror remake of a well-known horror film. I don't think anyone is coming to this film to see it for a connection to realism.
Nethanel DeCarmo on Aug 24, 2018
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