Amazon Drops Chilling Trailer for Dakota Johnson's 'Suspiria'

06 June, 2018, 12:50 | Author: Rafael Roberts
  • Hitting US theaters November 2! On Monday Amazon Studios unveiled the first trailer for Luca Guadagnino's reimagining of Dario Argento's 1977 horror flick Suspiria

Amazon Studios has released a creeptacular teaser trailer for their upcoming big screen horror remake of Suspiria, which features gyrating dancers, worms crawling out of people's skin and Tilda Swinton in weird old man makeup for some reason.

In the Amazon Studios production, Dakota Johnson stars as Susie, an aspiring dancer who joins a famous ballet school in Berlin, where a series of grisly murders take place.

If you expected Luca Guadagnino to follow up Call Me By Your Name (call me! call me!) with another sun-dappled aching romantic drama, think again.

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The original 1977 version of Suspiria was directed by Dario Argento and is now considered a cult classic famous for its stylistic visuals and vivid use of color.

Jessica Harper (Phantom of the Paradise) stars in this horrific tale of a young student who uncovers dark and horrific secrets within the walls of a famous German dance academy. And most of all, it just looks like Guadagnino is about to deliver another insane brilliant film that may live up to the original or even surpass it. Take a look below.

The first trailer does not have any words spoken, and is scored by legendary singer/songwriter Thom Yorke. The new film has been scripted by David Kajganich, who had developed the AMC horror series The Terror and has also worked on the 2019 theatrical adaptation of Stephen King's Pet Sematary.



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