Welcome back to Double Feature, the IDS film podcast where the powers that be let us in a podcast booth to give you hot takes and maybe some lukewarm ones, too.
There’s an accepted rule in film that remakes suck, and that horror remakes suck even more. Think '90s “Godzilla,” the shot-for-shot “Psycho” redux and the needless reboots of “Halloween,” “Friday the Thirteenth” and “Nightmare on Elm Street.” On today’s episode of Double Feature, hosts Chris Forrester and Annie Aguiar talk about a horror remake they love to pieces: Luca Guadagnino’s “Suspiria,” as well as the 1977 original that inspired it, Dario Argento’s cult classic “Suspiria.”
This episode contains spoilers for both versions of "Suspiria."
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