Argento Vinyl Scores

Just in time for the filmmaker’s birthday on September 7, Waxwork Records is releasing three Dario Argento scores on vinyl. With the remake of Argento’s Suspiria already generating plenty of buzz, it’s the perfect time to revisit the haunting, memorable scores from three of his most iconic films – Profondo RossoInferno and Phenomena. More on the Argento vinyl scores below.

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Suspiria remake runtime

Dario Argento‘s 1977 horror classic Suspiria runs for a lean, mean 98 minutes. But for his remake, Luca Guadagnino wants more. So much so that his take on the material is going to run a full hour more than Argento’s. That’s right: the Suspiria remake runtime is a whopping 152 minutes long. Plus: original Suspiria composers Goblin will “live score” Argento’s film in an upcoming tour.

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Suspiria remake

The Suspiria remake trailer is here at last. It’s a moody, effective, deliberately vague look at Luca Guadagnino‘s upcoming film, which also provides us with our first listen to Thom Yorke‘s score.

And it’s also worlds removed from Dario Argento‘s original. Let’s examine how.

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David Blaine

Welcome to The Water Cooler, a new weekly feature where the /Film staff is free to go off-topic and talk about everything except the movies and TV shows they normally write about. In our first edition: a David Blaine live performance, producer Brian Grazer’s book, the latest album from The New Pornographers, Ben Schwartz’s improv show, a wonderful Korean television series, and the joys of recording a movie podcast.

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Though we’ve heard little about it in the past year, David Gordon Green‘s plans to remake Dario Argento‘s landmark horror/thriller Suspiria have not died. Much to the contrary. He has a new draft of the script written, and wants to make it his next film. And while he plans to change some elements of the story, in recent interviews he says he is planning a very faithful adaptation. He’s even got the rights to the original film’s chilling, screeching score from Italian band Goblin, and will use the music in his version. Read More »