Luca Guadagnino’s SUSPIRIA announces itself as “Six Acts and an Epilogue in Divided Berlin.” RUE MORGUE contributor Owen Macleod uncovers the possible motivations for this approach.
Exclusive Interview: “SUSPIRIA “(2018) Screenwriter David Kajganich Talks About the Male Gaze and Female bodies
We sat down with Kajganich at last year’s Fantastic Fest to discuss adapting the beloved Dario Argento classic for new audiences.
After winning raves, rants and lots of discussion surrounding its big-screen play, Luca Guadagnino’s remake of SUSPIRIA is coming to home formats in January. Read on for the full info and cover art.
As the reimagination of SUSPIRIA prepares to haunt theaters, La Boca Design Studios has created fascinating new posters for the movie, which you can see after the jump.
Not since Stanley Kubrick adapted Stephen King’s THE SHINING has a filmmaker from outside the genre gotten ahold of a beloved horror property and so drastically reconfigured it to his own concerns.