Suspiria vs Suspiria – Argento’s original vs Guadagnino’s remake

The latest video in our Remake/Remodel series compares the classic horror with its modern update.

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Leigh Singer

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It’s hard to imagine a more different remake than Luca Guadagnino’s 2018 Suspiria – but what similarities does it share with Dario Argento’s seminal 1977 horror, and how does it hold up on its own?

Video essayist Leigh Singer offers an in-depth comparison as part of our Remake/Remodel series, making a case for Guadagnino’s daring reimagining while explaining why the original is such a unique and influential vision.

Watch below and share your thought with us @LWLies

Published 26 Nov 2019

Tags: Dario Argento Luca Guadagnino Remake Remodel

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