mondo suspiria poster

Mondo has a great new Suspiria poster from artist Sara Deck, and you should immediately begin clearing off some wall space. Creepy and alluring, this poster seems to perfectly sum up the vibe of Luca Guadagnino‘s buzzed-about remake. See the Mondo Suspiria poster below, if you dare.

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Suspiria Reviews

After playing the Venice Film Festival, the first reviews from the anticipated horror remake Suspiria have rolled in, and just as the trailers seemed to indicate. this is bound to be the most divisive film of the year.

Dakota Johnson stars in the film as a young woman names Susie, raised by Mennonites, who has been longing to dance with Berlin’s Helena Markos Dance Company. As Susie digs into her passion for dance, she becomes embroiled in darkness and mystery as she discovers that this dance group is controlled by a coven of witches. This movie has the potential for chills and thrills, but as the critics point out, director Luca Guadagnino (Call Me By Your Name) has opted for something less scary in favor of something more cerebral and unsettling, bringing high art to horror in a way that will frustrate the average genre fan. Read More »

suspiria post-credits scene

When the credits begin rolling on Luca Guadagnino‘s Suspiria, wait a few minutes before you flee from your seat in terror. The director of the remake of the Dario Argento horror classic has revealed that there is a Suspiria post-credits scene that could plant the seeds for a greater Suspiria franchise in the future. Madame Blanc origin movie spin-off, here we come.

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suspiria clip

Do you like Tilda Swinton drawing a huge set of curtains, Dakota Johnson writhing on the floor, and cameo appearances from monster hands? If so, this creepy new Suspiria clip is for you! Luca Guadagnino‘s remake of Dario Argento’s horror classic remains enigmatic, and this clip certainly won’t provide any direct answers. What it will provide, though, is an overall feeling of dread. What more can you ask for? Watch the Suspiria clip below.

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Suspiria Triler

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.

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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

Details remain scarce about Luca Guadagnino‘s moody, ominous Suspiria remake, but by virtue of its Oscar-nominated director and stunning trailer, it’s already one of the most highly anticipated movies of the year. Now, Suspiria star Chloe Grace Moretz and Quentin Tarantino are here to add to that anticipation.

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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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horror news

Update: Luca Guadagnino’s Suspiria remake has received an official release date and several new images. See more below.

You want some horror news? You’ve got it. Here are a series of recent horror movie stories that should satisfy your cravings for the macabre:

  • The highly-anticipated Suspiria remake will hit theaters in November.
  • A24 has already made a deal with Hereditary director Ari Aster for his next horror film.
  • The American Vandal writers are making a horror movie called The Block Island Sound.

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Call Me By Your Name sequel details

We’ve known that Call Me By Your Name, last year’s romantic indie drama from director Luca Guadagnino, was going to get a sequel for a little while now. The filmmaker has mentioned it a few times, but only in vague terms – until last Sunday night on the Oscars red carpet. There he revealed some new Call Me By Your Name sequel details, and seemed to confirm that actors Armie Hammer and Timothee Chalamet will return to reprise their roles. Read More »