The original "Suspiria" is consider one of the best horror films ever.
It's hard not to like a good horror film, and now Amazon is set to bring one of the scariest movies of all time back to life. Asia Argento's name has been in the news quite a bit lately due to her involvement with an underage boy, but her last name still has some power behind it. Argento's father, Dario Argento, crafted one of the most universally praised horror films in the late 70's called Suspiria. The film follows a young woman who goes to Europe to join a dance school, but learns that things are not exactly what they seem.
Amazon has recreated the horrific film, and a new trailer for Suspiria highlights the evil that waits in the dance school. In the remake, 50 Shades of Grey's Dakota Johnson joins the foreign dance school, and becomes friends with Chloë Grace Moretz. Moretz appears to be fighting some type of evil force that the school's instructor, Tilda Swinton, attempted to bond her with. Creepy scenes of dancers contorting, ladies dressed in red straps, flashes of demonic rituals, and suspense-filled conversations make up the entire trailer. Suspiria is the first film from Italian-director Luca Guadagnino since his Oscar-winning gay drama Call Me by Your Name. Suspiria debuts on Amazon November 3.