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‘Suspiria’ Trailer: Dakota Johnson Dances Into A Nightmare

Posted on Monday, June 4th, 2018 by Chris Evangelista

The first trailer for Luca Guadagnino‘s Suspiria remake just danced its way online. Was it worth the wait? Watch the Suspiria trailer below and see.

Watch the Suspiria Trailer

The hype for the Suspiria remake from Call Me By Your Name director Luca Guadagnino had been steadily building, and then came CinemaCon. Footage from the film was screened for press at the event, those in attendance went wild. Ever since then, fans have been eagerly anticipating the inevitable trailer for the film. Now we get to see footage for ourselves.

Guadagnino is remaking the 1977 Dario Argento horror classic, and while the basic premise is the same – strange goings-on at a dance company – Guadagnino’s approach looks markedly different than Argento’s. Argento’s film is renowned for its use of color, whereas there’s a muted color pallet blanketing Guadagnino’s film. This is intentional – Guadagnino’s way of distinguishing his film from Argento’s. Still, it might raise a few eyebrows. “It has no primary colors in its color palette, unlike the original,” Guadagnino said. “It will be cold, evil and really dark.”

Suspiria stars Tilda Swinton, Dakota Johnson, Chloë Grace Moretz, Mia Goth, and original Suspiria actress Jessica Harper. Harper had nothing but praise for the new take on her old film, saying: “I have seen this movie – the most brilliantly scary film I have ever seen…Luca’s Call Me By Your Name does not prepare you for it, but throws into relief the director’s brilliance and versatility.”

The new Suspiria also boasts a score by Radiohead‘s Thom Yorke. I don’t know if Yorke’s score can ever live up to the original film’s iconic score from Italian progressive rock band Goblin, but I’m dying to hear it.

“It’s a very special film, and I’m proud of it,” Guadagnino told Criterion last year. “I wonder all the time how people will react to it, being that it is based on a masterpiece. I often find myself in the position of saying ‘Oh, it’s ridiculous!’ when I hear stories that they want to remake a movie like ‘8½,’ so I don’t know if I’m going to be served the same dish. But I can say that my Suspiria is a very personal film; it’s like oxygen to me. When I saw the original movie thirty-two years ago, the emotion I felt was so strong, so mind-blowing, and so important to my upbringing. I wanted to investigate the experience I had watching that film.”

Suspiria opens November 2, 2018.

As a darkness builds at the center of a world-renowned dance company, its artistic director (Tilda Swinton), a young American new to the troupe (Dakota Johnson), and a grieving psychotherapist (Lutz Ebersdorf) become entangled in a bloody, sighing nightmare.

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Suspiria trailer

Check out this new trailer of Suspiria, the upcoming fantasy horror remake starring Dakota Johnson, Tilda Swinton, Mia Goth, Lutz Ebersdorf and Chloe Grace Moretz:

“When you dance the dance of another, you make yourself in the image of its creator.” Think twice before dancing then!

There are also a few new character posters:

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Is it really a dance company? Or is it a coven of some sort?

Release date: November 2, 2018 (in theaters).
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Suspiria Movie – Dakota Johnson and Tilda Swinton

There’s a brand new poster for Suspiria, the upcoming fantasy horror movie remake starring Dakota Johnson, Tilda Swinton, Mia Goth, Jessica Harper, and Chloe Grace Moretz:

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SUSPIRIA Plot synopsis:
“A darkness swirls at the center of a world-renowned dance company, one that will engulf the troupe’s artistic director, an ambitious young dancer, and a grieving psychotherapist. Some will succumb to the nightmare. Others will finally wake up.”

There’s also a new official picture featuring Tilda Swinton:

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Do you think this remake will eclipse the original movie?

Here’s the movie trailer of Suspiria if you haven’t seen it yet: Continue reading »

Suspiria Movie trailer

You may watch below the first official trailer of Suspiria, the upcoming fantasy horror movie remake directed by Luca Guadagnino and starring Dakota Johnson, Tilda Swinton, Mia Goth, Jessica Harper, and Chloe Grace Moretz:

SUSPIRIA Plot synopsis:
“A darkness swirls at the center of a world-renowned dance company, one that will engulf the troupe’s artistic director, an ambitious young dancer, and a grieving psychotherapist. Some will succumb to the nightmare. Others will finally wake up.”

What a creepy weird trailer! Are they all crazy or is there something really evil at work here?

Anyway, a new bloody poster has also been unveiled, take a look below:

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SUSPIRIA

A film by Luca Guadagnino.

The movie Suspiria will hit theaters on November 2, 2018.

Update – A new official still:

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Suspiria Movie – 4 New Teaser Posters and 2 New pictures

Four new teaser posters for Suspiria, the upcoming fantasy horror movie remake directed by Luca Guadagnino and starring Chloë Grace Moretz, Dakota Johnson, Tilda Swinton, and Mia Goth:

(Click on a poster to enlarge.)


SUSPIRIA Plot synopsis:
“As a darkness builds at the center of a world-renown dance company, its artistic director (Tilda Swinton), a young American new to the troupe (Dakota Johnson), and a grieving psychotherapist (Lutz Ebersdorf) become entangled in a bloody, sighing nightmare.”

Listen for the whispers. Tremble, tremble. The witches are back… Let mother take care of you. Give your soul to the dance.

Anyway, two new pictures from the film:

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Release date: November 2, 2018 (in theaters).
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Suspiria Movie starring Dakota Johnson

A first official look at Actress Dakota Johnson in Suspiria, the upcoming fantasy horror movie remake directed by Luca Guadagnino:

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Plot synopsis:
“As a darkness builds at the center of a world-renown dance company, its artistic director (Tilda Swinton), a young American new to the troupe (Dakota Johnson), and a grieving psychotherapist (Lutz Ebersdorf) become entangled in a bloody, sighing nightmare.”

Well, she makes for a cute dancer. Anyway, she does look good with red hair!

Besides Dakota Johnson, the cast also includes Tilda Swinton, Chloë Grace Moretz, Mia Goth, Jessica Harper, Lutz Ebersdorf, Angela Winkler, Renée Soutendijk, Sylvie Testud, Ingrid Caven, Malgorzata Bela, Vanda Capriolo, Toby Ashraf, Elena Fokina, Fabrizia Sacchi, and Olivia Ancona.

The release date of the movie Suspiria is set to November 2, 2018.

Stay tuned for updates.
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Suspiria Movie poster

There’s a brand new poster for Suspiria, the upcoming fantasy horror movie remake directed by Luca Guadagnino:

(Click on the poster to enlarge.)


SUSPIRIA

In theaters Fall 2018. Plot synopsis:
“Susie Bannion (Dakota Johnson), a young American woman, travels to the prestigious Markos Tanz Company in Berlin in the year 1977. She arrives just as one of the Company’s members, Patricia (Chloë Grace Moretz), has disappeared under mysterious circumstances. As Susie makes extraordinary progress under the guidance of Madame Blanc (Tilda Swinton), the Company’s revolutionary artistic director, she befriends another dancer, Sara (Mia Goth), who shares her suspicions that the Matrons, and the Company itself, may be harboring a dark and menacing secret.”

Expect a gruesome movie!

The cast includes Chloë Grace Moretz, Dakota Johnson, Tilda Swinton, Mia Goth, Jessica Harper, Renée Soutendijk, Sylvie Testud, Angela Winkler, Ingrid Caven, Vanda Capriolo, Malgorzata Bela, Lutz Ebersdorf, Toby Ashraf, Fabrizia Sacchi, Olivia Ancona, and Elena Fokina.

No official release date yet.
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Suspiria Movie

Take a look to his teaser poster of Suspiria, the upcoming fantasy horror movie remake directed by Luca Guadagnino based on a script by Dario Argento, Daria Nicolodi, and David Kajganich and starring Chloë Grace Moretz, Dakota Johnson, Tilda Swinton, Mia Goth, Jessica Harper, Angela Winkler, Sylvie Testud, Renée Soutendijk, Ingrid Caven, Malgorzata Bela, and Lutz Ebersdorf:

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SUSPIRIA

The truth hides behind the walls. Plot synopsis:
“American ballerina Susie (Dakota Johnson) arrives at a prestigious dance Academy in Berlin right when a student named Patricia (Chloë Grace Moretz) disappears mysteriously. Classes continue under the watchful eye of the academy’s art director, Madame Blanc (Tilda Swinton). Following bloody murders that take place at the Academy one after another, it doesn’t take long for Susie to realize that a dark secret is behind these. But how could Susie ever know that the answer to this secret is supernatural? ”

Damn, why doesn’t she just go back home? What’s the point in investigating? She’s a but a young girl… Those freaks will her too!

The film has yet to get an official release date.

Stay tuned with us for more details about the movie Suspiria.
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Suspiria


Genre: Fantasy/Horror
Directed by: Luca Guadagnino
Starring: Chloë Grace Moretz, Dakota Johnson, Tilda Swinton, Mia Goth, Jessica Harper, Angela Winkler, Sylvie Testud, Renée Soutendijk, Ingrid Caven, Malgorzata Bela, Lutz Ebersdorf
Release Date: TBA 2018

‘Suspiria’ Trailer Invites You to Give Your Soul to the Dance

Posted on Thursday, August 23rd, 2018 by Chris Evangelista

The latest trailer for Luca Guadagnino‘s highly anticipated Suspiria remake has arrived to give you the creeps. The film adapts Dario Argento’s immortal classic into something similar but different – a blood-drenched tale of things gone terrible wrong at a dance academy. Watch the Suspiria trailer below…if you dare.

Suspiria Trailer

My excitement for Suspiria is through the roof. I know there’s a sense among some cinephiles that remaking Dario Argento’s horror masterpiece is futile, and silly. But everything I’ve seen of Luca Guadagnino’s take on the material so far has been promising (except for the posters, which have been a bit bland). It’s clear that Guadagnino’s approach is much different than Argento’s – whereas the original film is awash in color, this new Suspiria is much more muted. That doesn’t mean the occasional splash of blood-red won’t pop up, though.

For his film, Guadagnino has assembled a stellar cast that includes Tilda Swinton, Dakota Johnson, Chloë Grace Moretz, Mia Goth, and original Suspiria actress Jessica Harper. Harper had nothing but praise for the new take on her old film, saying: “I have seen this movie – the most brilliantly scary film I have ever seen…Luca’s Call Me By Your Name does not prepare you for it, but throws into relief the director’s brilliance and versatility.”

Guadagnino also has Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke on hand to provide what will surely be a memorable score. Will it be as iconic as the original film’s music by prog-rock band Goblin? Probably not – and that’s okay. I don’t want a new Suspiria film to be a carbon copy of the original. “I can say that my Suspiria is a very personal film,” Guadagnino said. “It’s like oxygen to me. When I saw the original movie thirty-two years ago, the emotion I felt was so strong, so mind-blowing, and so important to my upbringing. I wanted to investigate the experience I had watching that film.”

I have a sneaking suspicion Suspiria is going to turn out to be this year’s mother! That’s to say, it will be a film that inspires downright loathing in some audiences, while wowing others. I personally thought mother! was a wonderfully crazy movie and highly underrated, so if Suspiria turns out to be similar, I won’t complain.

Suspiria will have its debut at the Venice Film Festival before finding its way to theaters October 26 in NY and LA, and November 2, 2018 worldwide. I don’t know if I can wait that long, but I’ll certainly try.

As a darkness builds at the center of a world-renowned dance company, its artistic director (Tilda Swinton), a young American new to the troupe (Dakota Johnson), and a grieving psychotherapist (Lutz Ebersdorf) become entangled in a bloody, sighing nightmare.

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Dakota Johnson does a dance with darkness in eerie Suspiria trailer

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It was just three years ago that director Luca Guadagnino announced his intention to remake Suspiria. But the Call Me by Your Name filmmaker has wanted to oversee a new version of Dario Argento’s classic 1977 horror movie for much longer than that.

“Well, it is a very long, long, long desire of mine,” says Guadagnino. “I saw the movie when I was 13, 14. I was shocked by the vision of this film. I already wanted to be a director then. I started to fantasize about making my own version of it and I remember I started to draw in my notebook posters of my version of Suspiria. I would see [the new film] as an incredible achievement, because I fulfilled my most daring and crazy wishes as a teenager. That is something that makes me proud and humble because, when you realize those kinds of dreams, it’s quite unique.”

In the movie, Dakota Johnson plays Susie Bannion, a young woman who travels from Ohio to attend a prestigious — if highly unusual — dance academy in Berlin. “She takes the place of a dance student who has recently disappeared and immediately becomes one of the top dancers in the academy,” the Fifty Shades of Grey star says. Susie develops an “intense and beautiful” student-teacher relationship with Madame Blanc (Tilda Swinton), “and then you discover that the dance academy is run by witches!”

Suspiria will be released Nov. 2. Watch the new trailer above and see photos from the film below.

‘Suspiria’ Trailer Breakdown: Three Mothers, Three Gods, Three Devils

Luca Guadagnino appears to have achieved his terrifying homage to the Argento classic.

Don’t call it a remake. According to director Luca Guadagnino, the new Suspiria is an “homage” to the life-altering emotions he experienced when he first saw Dario Argento’s film in 1977. Tilda Swinton takes it one step further explaining that the film she’s involved in is completely different from the original. Whatever the case, based on what little we’ve seen so far, our excitement surrounding Guadagnino excursion into the dark halls of a mysterious Berlin dance academy has reached a fever pitch.

Reports from this year’s CinemaCon indicate that Suspiria is an incredibly disturbing encounter that had several audience members running for the exit. The Suspiria twitter account has promised for the past several days that the internet is not ready for their new trailer. The marketing team is working overdrive on this one, and they’ve captured our fervor.

The new trailer has a lot of hype to maintain. Let’s see if they pull it off, shall we?

Whoa. Ok. Not a bloody mess. While we get a little more in terms of plot, Guadagnino is still keeping this film close to the vest. Yet, for all their talk about this Suspiria being a totally different entity from Argento’s film, there is plenty of narrative tissue connecting the two. Also, there is something like 2 billion shots packed away inside the 2 minutes and 36 seconds. Time to dig in.

Here is a quick first shot to kick things off. A male hand sporting a wedding band reaches under a table to flick a switch.

A psychiatrist’s “Ongoing Session” light ignites.

A pang of Thom Yorke’s score reverberates down a dark hallway. At the end of the passage, we can see the session light. A rush of multiple moans fills the corridor. The voice of Chloë Grace Moretz explains her character’s predicament, “At the beginning, she gave me things.”

Dr. Jozef Kemperer listens to his client’s woes, taking notes. Moretz leans against his bookshelf continuing her thought, “Perfect balance. Perfect sleep.” Kemperer is played by first-time actor Lutz Ebersdorf…well, maybe. More on that later.

A green phantom rushes over a sleeping woman. Moretz fears that this supernatural force is consuming her.

Curled on her doctor’s couch, she whimpers, “What if she wants to get inside of me?”

“I can feel her.” The doctor’s hand flips through a notebook. Does it belong to Moretz, or is it his own? We see a collection of names all connecting to a Madame Blanc in the middle. The names are a combination of teachers and students at the prestigious Markos Dance Academy in Berlin. Fans of the original film will be immediately suspicious.

“She can see me.” Tilda Swinton, cloaked in a green aura very similar to that of the phantom, appears as Madame Blanc.

Dakota Johnson’s Susie Bannion arrives in Berlin. She races through some dreary weather to the dance academy. Although Wikipedia and IMDB refer to the school under the name of Markos, the name of the building is that of the school from the ’77 Suspiria.

Madame Blanc addresses her students, “When you dance the dance of another, you make yourself in the image of its creator.” Susie dances solo in front of a leering crowd, throwing herself into the audition. Her audience barely reacts to her stunning display of ability.

Madame Blanc drifts towards the camera. The first of many shots cut to emphasize a showdown between student and teacher.

A young Susie is found hiding in a closet. What is there to be scared of?

A shimmering apparition hovers in the middle of a doorframe. Susie utters a nervous giggle, “I feel like I’m not even here yet.” She’s taken her first grasp at a career of superior talent. She will regret that.

Mia Goth’s Sara tells Susie that Madame Blanc is incredible. We see a shot of Blanc orchestrating her students while Susie observes from the corner. The dance is an organism itself.

Sara seems to be convincing herself as much as Susie regarding the talent of the headmistress. Just watch how she “transmits her work…”

Madame Blanc in mid-transmission. Although, she appears to be receiving rather than relaying.

This poster reveals more than just the date of their next performance. The Markos Academy is part of the Tanz Group. The art is a pagan symbol of one hand passing through another, each one sporting an eye in the center of the palm. The image should give the students pause.

The other teachers of the Markos Academy gather before Madame Blanc. They’re all ears, eager to follow orders. In the background, we see another performance poster for one Helena Markos a.k.a. the Mother of Sighs. Guadagnino might not be making a remake of Argento’s film, but he’s directly referencing the Three Mothers trilogy (Suspiria, Inferno, and The Mother of Tears).

Moretz states, “There is more in that building than what you can see” as Dr. Kemperer gazes at a wall of missing person posters. In the center, he spots his former patient. To the left of the missing poster is a news article with the headline, “Murder begins with an evil word.”

A good chunk of Susperia’s mystery surrounds newcomer Lutz Ebersdorf, and a quick glance at his IMDB page offers a few clues to the reality of his performance. Not only is Susperia his first onscreen role, the photo attached to his page really doesn’t look at all like the actor we see here. Speculation that Ebersdorf is actually Tilda Swinton caked in latex runs rampant across the internet. Are they two separate characters, or one nefarious creature?

The students of the Markos Academy have given themselves fully to the dance, marked by woven red pentagrams on their chests.

The Markos spell has fallen upon Susie. The dance has her.

Dr. Kemperer tells Sara that she’s living with dangerous people. Be afraid, be very afraid.

The now infamous curved metal hook makes its first appearance in the new trailer. Some unseen hand drops it upon a tea table. The hook rattles as do our nerves.

A student raises the hook high into the air and plunges it offscreen. Both trailers for Suspiria show considerable restraint regarding gore, but based on what we’ve been hearing, the final product will showcase plenty of bloodshed. The hook will most definitely pierce flesh.

Dr. Kemperer and the audience read from his journal, “…the three mothers – that have always been there. Bigger than everything and more important. Mother Tenebrarum, Mother Lachrymarum, Mother Suspiriorum. And today there is only her, one of them and at the same time not…Mother Markos of shadow, over my story. Thunder Sunday, was out for a walk…”

Kemperer whispers, “Three mothers. Three gods. Three devils.”

A demonic hand in need of a serious manicure reaches out from the shadows.

Susie and Madame Blanc square off against each other during the audition process.

Dr. Kemperer continues, “Darkness, tears, and sighs.” A student, screaming and sobbing, is hurled against a mirror by invisible forces. The sound of her pain fades as bones crunch.

Sara confronts Susie in the hallway, “You’ve made some kind of deal with them.” Susie responds, “I don’t know what you’re talking about.” Sara seeks answers out on her own, knocking against the ballet mirrors. Ear to the wall, listening. She finds a secret passage.

After a rapid succession of surrealistic, creepy horror movie images (slo-mo horses, fingernails scraping hardwood, and a camera rotating around a pair of gray lips), we catch a glimpse of Susie and Madame Blanc performing the gestures of an unknown ritual. This split diopter shot may reveal partners rather than opponents.

“It’s all a mess…” Bring on the full-nightmare imagery. We see a writhing nude body scrambling on the floor. Are they missing a foot?

The demonic claw from before belongs to this slithering beast. Its skin appears burned.

Uh-oh. Nazis. Now we’re in real trouble. It’s worth noting that the book belongs to Anke, who is played by Jessica Harper, the original film’s protagonist.

The power of the dance has given Sara the ability to scrabble up door frames.

We catch a quick shot of Madame Blanc’s climactic coven. Her students are tangled inside a cluster of flesh worthy of a Hieronymus Bosch painting.

An old man, who may or may not be Dr. Kemperer, wiggles on the same red tile where the demon stretched. He’s looking upwards in terror as a dark shadow looms above him.

The Suspiria trailer climaxes with that gnarly hook again. Guadagnino has found his iconography and he wants all of us to know it. The trailer is a rapid collage of panic and dread. The director seems to have struck that perfect balance of originality and respect for the source. I’m sold.

Suspiria will premiere at the Venice Internation Film Festival before hitting theaters in the United States on November 2nd.

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