Discussion in 'The Film Room' started by Max., Apr 27, 2018.
Spoiler: Details of the scene
People on twitter who saw it were disgusted
Did not know there was a new one
Damn man the original is dope as hell. Is that the one with Helena Marcus, or is that inferno? Yeah I think that's suspiria. Can I find this on Netflix or Amazon prime
Theyre remaking this too???
Leave the classic shyt alone maaaaaaaaan!!!!!!!
This original is scary
This has always been one of my favorite horror movies, the washed out 70's look, and bright red blood and bright colors, plus that score.
I remember as a kid, renting this from Blockbbuster on VHS I think, in like 2001.
I've never heard of this movie
It's an old school 70's Italian horror movie. Classic, but Italian horror is heavy on cinematography and capturing a mood and very light on plot and/or being coherent.
You should check it out.
Dario argento was a dope director but he had to have been a homo or probably resented his mother something serious
Might as well make this the official thread
Been waiting a long time for this
Get over it breh
If you keep yelling about it you’ll lose your voice. Hollywood has been remaking movies since the 30s that train won’t stop now.
Also Argento’s version ain’t going anywhere homie. It’ll be right there for us all to look at and study
Let me get comfortable and watch this trailer real quick.
Trailer looks good and....lo-fi. I'm not sure people will get what I'm saying, or if that's even a good way to describe it. But it looks kinda low budget which is a plus. Also (at least from this trailer) it looks hard to determine what year this takes place in, which again is a good thing. I don't mind horror movie remakes off GP but a lot of classic horror movies would be ruined if they were remade in modern times where everyone has an Iphone and is on social media.
To your last point that’s why if you remake something it’s best to either acknowledge the new tech, incorporate it somehow, or make a retro movie like this looks.
Cabin in the woods and you’re next pulled off the cell phone thing perfectly. One used meta jokes and the movies construct to kill them off and another used the lack of cell phone service as a plot device and something to be paid off at the end of the movie.
I’ll be interested to see how they incorporate it into Halloween, which clearly takes place in 2018