Alex Leonce’s review published on Letterboxd:
One hell of a feminist film!
Bold, ambitious, horrifying and just downright bittersweet, Suspiria is way superior to the original, as it not only does its own thing, but expands on the 1977 premise, beautifully. Dakota Johnson, Tilda Swinton and Mia Goth stand out with stupendous performances, Luca's directing is complex, the cinematography that features muted colours, suits the tone and atmosphere perfectly, and Thom Yorke's score is bloody exceptional. The themes and political aspects are also intriguing.
The third act is so unconventional, daring and risky, yet it worked for me!
Major shoutout to the editing!