The new Suspiria is more of a rebirth than a remake. A spellbinding ambitious art film that cleverly, albeit brutally, assaults the senses with its nightmarish imagery and explores unrelenting violence. The violence that occurs through abuses of power, both with politics and with women. It feels as timely today as it would have been confined within the wall of 1970s' Berlin, which is where this very feminist horror epic takes place.
A new full-length Suspiria trailer has dropped and it confirms that the Argento remake is going to be one creepy outing.
So amidst all of the turkey, crackers and other Christmas nonsense, I have some exciting news! Wes Anderson (Moonrise Kingdom, Grand Budapest Hotel) has started work on his new animated feature film Isle of Dogs.