Suspiria: Film Review

I became aware of Luca Guadagnino thanks to his excellent films A Bigger Splash and Call Me By Your Name, so I was naturally going to check his remake of the 1977 Italian horror film Suspiria, even though that genre isn’t my bag and it’s not the sexy romance film I know him for. And I’m glad I did, because he has just nailed it again.

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Dakota Johnson and Tilda Swinton at the Suspiria LFF premiere: My pics

Tonight the stars of Suspiria – Tilda Swinton, Dakota Johnson and Mia Goth – hit the red carpet in London’s Leicester Square with director Luca Guadagnino to promote the horror movie at the London Film Festival.

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Suspiria: Venice Film Review

I became aware of Luca Guadagnino thanks to his excellent films A Bigger Splash and Call Me By Your Name, so I was naturally going to check his remake of the 1977 Italian horror film Suspiria, even though that genre isn’t my bag and it’s not the sexy romance film I know him for. And I’m glad I did, because he has just nailed it again.

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Armie Hammer, Timothee Chalamet and Florence Pugh at the London Critics’ Circle Film Awards

We were at the London Critics’ Circle Film Awards at London’s May Fair Hotel tonight and stars including Timothee Chalamet, Armie Hammer, Florence Pugh, and Hugh Grant hit the red carpet. See my pics inside!

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Call Me By Your Name: Film Review

If you liked Luca Guadagnino‘s previous film A Bigger Splash, you’re going to love Call Me By Your Name. It has a very similar feel, same sexual/romantic themes and setting – Brits/Americans living in sun-drenched Europe – but it’s way more satisfying…

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Call Me By Your Name: LFF Film Review

If you liked Luca Guadagnino‘s previous film A Bigger Splash, you’re going to love Call Me By Your Name. It has a very similar feel, same sexual/romantic themes and setting – Brits/Americans living in sun-drenched Europe – but it’s way more satisfying….

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Call Me Your Name: Berlinale Film Review

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If you liked Luca Guadagnino’s previous film A Bigger Splash, you’re going to love Call Me By Your Name. It has a very similar feel, same sexual/romantic themes and setting – Brits/Americans living in sun-drenched Europe – but it’s way more satisfying….

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