WATCH: The Director of Call Me By Your Name Is Back With a Suspense-Filled Horror Film
Goodbye Italian summer, hello creepy dance studio.
(SPOT.ph) It was easy to fall in love with the pastel colors, sunny meadows, and palpable summer romance of Luca Guadagnino's Oscar-nominated Call Me By Your Name. But in his latest offering, the bright hues of the outdoors are replaced with dreary interiors of a dance studio. And the tension is no longer between two lovers but among members of a dance troupe, who find themselves in the middle of a bloody nightmare in Suspiria.
Suspiria, which is premiering on November 2, is a remake of a film of the same name from 1977. The new version of the film is set to be darker and grittier than the first one. It tells the story of an American dancer (played by Dakota Johnson) who is new to a world-renowned dance troupe in Germany. There, she meets the group's artistic director (Tilda Swinton) and a grieving psychotherapist (Chloe Grace Moretz). There isn't really much dialogue in the trailer, but that's what makes it all the more terrifying. With nothing but silence, blank stares, and what looks like a human rib—Suspiria makes for a disturbing watch.
Suspiria hits theaters on November 2.