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« Antwort #50 am: 14. April 2012, 14:29:52 »
Gruselig ... mich schüttelt es immer noch...brrr.

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« Antwort #51 am: 15. April 2012, 21:10:30 »
Da sich Suspiria imo nicht durch seine Handlung, sondern durch den Stil, die Kamera, die Atmo, die Farben etc. definiert, halte ich das übelst für zum Scheitern verurteilt.

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« Antwort #52 am: 11. Mai 2017, 20:13:25 »
Zitat von: comingsoon.net
Suspiria: Legendary Radiohead vocalist Thom Yorke to compose first film score ever with horror remake

In what is an undeniable dose of great news, Frenesy Films and Mythology Entertainment announced today that singer/songwriter Thom Yorke, he of beloved British progressive pop band Radiohead, will compose the score for Luca Guadagnino’s remake of Dario Argento’s Suspiria. This marks the immensely-talented musician’s first time scoring a feature film. Amazon Studios co-financed the film with K Period Media and Amazon Studios will release the film theatrically in the United States.

Says Luca Guadgnino, “Thom’s art transcends the contemporary. To have the privilege of his music and sound for Suspiria is a dream come true. The depth of his creation and artistic vision is so unique that our ‘Suspiria’ will sound groundbreaking and will deeply resonate with viewers. Our goal is to make a movie that will be a disturbing and transforming experience: for this ambition, we could not find a better partner than Thom.”

Producers Marco Morabito and Brad Fischer added, “Thom Yorke has composed and performed some of the most iconic and transformative music in modern culture. To have him lend his talent to ‘Suspiria’ is an extraordinary gift, both to us as filmmakers and to audiences, who have a remarkable, terrifying and emotionally stirring experience in store for them.”

Suspiria Music Supervisor Robin Urdang played a key role in negotiating the deal to secure Yorke’s involvement.

Thomas Edward “Thom” Yorke is an English musician cited among the most influential figures in the music industry. He has been named as one of the most powerful British musicians and has also been included among the greatest singers in the history of popular music. A multi-instrumentalist, Yorke mainly plays guitar and piano, but also plays keyboards, bass, and drums, and works extensively with synthesizers, sequencers and programming and is known for his falsetto vocals. It’s a really avant garde choice to have Yorke score the film. For those in the know, one of the most important elements of Argento’s original film is the score (by Italian prog-rock band Goblin).

The re-imagining of Dario Argento’s cult classic film stars Tilda Swinton (who looks like Yorke!), Dakota Johnson, Mia Goth, Chloë Grace Moretz, Lutz Ebersdorf, and star of the original Suspiria, Jessica Harper.

Synopsis: Susie Bannion, a young American woman, travels to the prestigious Markos Tanz Company in Berlin in the year 1977. She arrives just as one of the Company’s members, Patricia, has disappeared under mysterious circumstances. As Susie makes extraordinary progress under the guidance of Madame Blanc, the Company’s revolutionary artistic director, she befriends another dancer, Sara, who shares her suspicions that the Matrons, and the Company itself, may be harboring a dark and menacing secret.


Read more at http://www.comingsoon.net/horror/news/846751-suspiria-remake-locks-radioheads-thom-yorke-as-composer#AvkHe6kXZI9uTCs1.99

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« Antwort #53 am: 12. Mai 2017, 07:25:49 »
Man müsste es halt mal hören.
Per se ist das ja nicht schlecht, dass man sich besonders um die musikalische Untermalung kümmern möchte.

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« Antwort #54 am: 11. November 2017, 08:46:05 »


Zitat von: dreadcentral.com
Director Says New Suspiria Film Isn’t a Remake

We don’t know about you, but we here at Dread Central are not inherently against remakes. Some of the most classic horror films have been remakes themselves, such as The Blob, The Thing, and The Fly to name a few.

It is with this in mind we are looking forward to director Luca Guadagnino’s upcoming remake of Dario Argento’s utter classic Suspiria. Even if only for morbid curiosity.

And speaking of the remake, the film’s director would kindly like everyone to stop referring to it as such.

“It’s inspired by the same story, but it goes in different directions, it explores other reasons,” Guadagino told Allocine. “Its semantics, of course, but I think people really have to understand that this is not a remake, because the word ‘remake’ gives the impression that we want to erase the original, and the opposite is what we tried to do.”

On top of that, the director recently spoke with Criterion and gave a general update on when we can expect to see the upcoming rema– sorry, upcoming film.

“I have three months until I finish it. It’s a very special film, and I’m proud of it,” he told Criterion. “I wonder all the time how people will react to it, being that it is based on a masterpiece. I often find myself in the position of saying ‘Oh, it’s ridiculous!’ when I hear stories that they want to remake a movie like 8½, so I don’t know if I’m going to be served the same dish. But I can say that my Suspiria is a very personal film; it’s like oxygen to me. When I saw the original movie thirty-two years ago, the emotion I felt was so strong, so mind-blowing, and so important to my upbringing. I wanted to investigate the experience I had watching that film.”

 

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