Suspiria Trailer Decode: Has a dancer gone missing?
The first trailer for Luca Guadagnino’s Suspiria remake has arrived. Hotly anticipated after preview footage of a dancer ripped apart by supernatural forces grossed out audiences at CinemaCon, the first teaser trailer reveals a horror movie with a radically different aesthetic from Dario Argento’s colorful original.
If the new Suspiria is anything like the original, very little of “The Three Mothers” mythology will actually be an explicit part of the narrative. Instead, Mother Suspiriorum functions more like a discarnate source of evil power, at least until the very end. Suspiria, as Guadagnino seems to recognize, is less about plot and more about an aura of evil that infects everything around. But it’s also possible Helena Markos will have a physical presence in the new Suspiria.
Italian director Luca Guadagnino’s remake of Dario Argento’s bloody thriller “Suspiria” showed several dialogue-free scenes of Johnson’s Susie Bannion at a creepy dance company, overseen by a severe cigarette-smoking Madame Blanc, portrayed by Swinton.
The film’s use of vibrant visuals, colorful interiors, entrancing music, and theatrical deaths makes for one of the most surreal, disorientating, and original works of terrifying art in the history of genre cinema. Remaking it was going to be an arduous task for anyone, but given the film’s status as a bona fide classic, it was always going to happen. That said, when director Luca Guadagnino agreed to direct, the project became more intriguing.
The film is emphasizes more somber tones, highlighting a blustery, dreary winter setting. The teaser trailer, unveiled Monday, indicates that at least one of the dancers has gone missing and concludes with shot of an ominous metal hook on a table.
The tone of the new trailer appears to be significantly dialed down from the graphic CinemaCon footage of a dancer who was literally ripped apart, descending into a mess of broken bones and blood, though the teaser includes a quick flash of what appears to be meal worms feasting on a woman’s face.
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Could the old woman in the sunglasses be Mother Suspiriorum herself? Well have to wait until Nov. 2 to find out.
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