First ‘Suspiria’ Trailer Reveals Luca Guadagnino’s Gruesome Remake

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The first teaser of the remake of Dario Argento's legendary 1977 horror film Suspiria is out and although it tells you nearly nothing that happens in the film, it does feature a brief preview of Thom Yorke's score.

Starring Dakota Johnson as a dancer who joins a "world-renowned dance company" overseas and Tilda Swinton as the mysterious artistic director in charge, the first footage only hints at the unsavory business happening below the surface. But those concerns were offset somewhat when recent Oscar nominee Luca Guadagnino came aboard as director, and after the first unveiled footage surprised (and horrified) audiences at CinemaCon earlier this year.

In a BBC Radio 6 interview from 2017, Yorke said that he was inspired by the Vangelis's Blade Runner soundtrack when composing music for Luca Guadagnino's Suspiria remake. Watch the first trailer below.

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Suspiria ultimately centers around a world-renowned dance company, more specifically, its artistic director, a young aspiring dancer, and a grieving psychotherapist.

The original Suspiria redefined Italian horror films with its stylized cinematography, vibrant use of color, and score by the progressive-rock band Goblin.

Chloë Grace Moretz co-stars with Dakota Johnson and Mia Goth in the film, which comes from Frenesy Film Company and Mythology Entertainment.