claudio’s review published on Letterboxd:
this ain't it chief
screenwriter david kajganich in an interview mentioned that he didn't declare himself a fan of the original movie. and in this version of suspiria it is noticeable. i even dare to say that this film, with the exception of a couple of bizarre scenes like the outcome, has almost nothing to do with the horror genre. is too concerned to be true to reality or to talk about other issues, such as guilt around the jewish holocaust (i take the opportunity to clarify that i have always been in favor of horror can serve as a vehicle to talk about other social phenomena) that everything seems to be halfway, including the real objective that these films should have: cause strangeness, confusion, fear.