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Suspiria

If you wish "Endgame" had more Tilda Swinton, check out "Suspiria."
One crucial scene with Dakota Johnson is finger-licking good, but it almost looked very different, according to the movie's writer.
Feminine creativity has long been associated with occult forces, for better and for worse.
The camaraderie between the directors of both movies, new and old, have led to a fascinating linked history that continues to grow.
"Suspiria" is the f**ked up sequel to "Ocean’s 8," and other thoughts on the Luca Guadagnino remake.
Early footage of the film reportedly left viewers traumatized.
Why this missing scene haunts me: After being lost, dazed and confused in the cursed woods of Burkittsville, Maryland, a
At this year's Italian Film Festival in Los Angeles, Argento himself introduced clips from Dracula 3-D, as well as a fully remastered screening of his 1977 supernatural classic, Suspiria. After the screening, I spoke to the Italian master of horror.
My own personal exploration into the movies that petrify me most inspired me to compile a fresh list of skin-crawling entries that in my view do full justice to the spirit of Halloween.
How does Argento's extremely stylized vision of violence and terror hold up decades later? Is there actually an underlying logic in the seemingly irrational goings-on in Suspiria?