Suspiria

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Andrew Nette Monday, 05 November 2018
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There is a sense of tension and anticipation around any film remake, especially when the original is well known and received. So is the case with Luca Guadagnino’s version of his countryman, Dario Argento’s cult horror, Suspiria (1977). There has been intense on-line debate about the movie from the moment the first poster for the remake hit social media earlier this year. Speculation has increased with every subsequent image, casting decision, and trailer.

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Andrew Nette

Andrew Nette

Andrew Nette is a Melbourne crime writer and freelance journalist. His first novel, Ghost Money, was published in 2012. He is co-editor of Beat Girls, Love Tribes and Real Cool Cats: Pulp Fiction and Youth Culture, from the 1950s to 1980s, forthcoming from Verse Chorus Press in 2015. 



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