By Abby Monteil
André Aciman’s new novel could have big implications for the desired follow-up.
By Kristen Reid
The brief and passionate relationship in ‘Call Me By Your Name’ ends in pain but proves it’s worth it all.
By Julia Teti
Suspiria invites us to take the last dance, drenched in blood with death as our vying partner.
By Madison Brek
A look at women’s bodies, the patriarchy, and villainy in two horror masterpieces.
Guadagnino has hopes to expand another one of his artistic visions further.
Some horror remakes are shameless cash grabs, but this one looks different. In fact, we hesitate to even call it a remake.
The director of ‘Call Me By Your Name’ and ‘Suspiria’ tells us how it’s done.
By Rob Hunter
Less of a remake, more of a rebirth.
We chat with two artists who had no trouble in rekindling a horror classic.