When it comes to horror films that could use a remake, it’s highly unlikely that most would ever cite Suspiria as being on that list. Dario Argento’s 1977 Italian classic remains a captivating, nightmarish slice of cinema even today, over 40 years later.
Still, a remake has indeed been made, and its release is now less than five months away. Directed by Luca Guadagnino (Call Me By Your Name), the remake stars Fifty Shades leading lady Dakota Johnson as a Susie Bannion for the modern age.
Last week, studio distributor Amazon released the first teaser trailer for Suspiria (2018), and it was received pretty warmly overall. While clearly not Argento’s film, Guadagnino’s effort still seems very intriguing and alluring so far.
Of course, one of the most legendary aspects of Argento’s Suspiria was its score by Italian horror maestros Goblin. It’s one of my personal favorite horror scores of all-time, and I know I’m not alone in thinking that.
Now, an enterprising fan has taken it upon themselves to release an edited version of the Suspiria (2018) trailer, except this time the unsettling imagery is backed by Goblin’s super creepy classic score. It’s a pretty awesome combo, and can be seen below.
Sigh, if only that score was still being used in the new movie. Well, one can’t have everything. Regardless, Suspiria (2018) hits theaters on November 7th.