Perplexing and mixed feelings about lots of things in this.
Really wouldn't know what to say about the Coen Brothers debut, even though I believe that it's the score that makes it stand out above anything else.
Oh, I'm so glad that Tom is not as pretentious as Viggo Mortensen's kids in Captain Fantastic. And that this movie doesn't go the same way.
I thought the similarities were going to be excruciating and I was preparing to hate this, but it's a much simpler, less derivative film.
It's a comfy film with a heartbreaking ending.
I just hope I see the girl that plays Tom in more films, she's very good, like the girl that plays Holly in The Nice Guys.
Hypnotic is an understatement.
Tense doesn't even begin to cover it.
I wonder how Aronofsky felt watching this. I bet he wants to kill Luca.
There's no love lost between the original (and its fans) and me so this THE Suspiria for all I care.
As much as Luca loves the original, I can't help but to feel a stronger Possession influence on the film.
And I can't help feeling as if my soul was destroyed after finishing it and…
Psychopaths get psychopaths, is just the way it is.
That's why Fincher hasn't gone as further with Mindhunter. That's why he didn't show us Gwyneth's severed head.
This is not for everyone, this an insane lecture from an old cynic. Equal parts hilarious and disturbing.
This is bitterness, misanthropy, murder, mayhem, chaos, and truth. And art and love.
All of it manifested through some of the most thought-provoking images, symbolism and metaphors put to film. The research must've been insane…