Way back in the 70s, when hair was cool, movie directors were auteurs, and horror flicks explored the timeless themes of the Devil, zombies, and teenagers learrning the hard way that trespassing is a crime, Dario Argento directed Suspiria, one the most visually and sonically arresting horror movies ever made. Plotwise, Suspiria was also off the beaten path, concerning the doings of a coven of witches at a ballet school in some unnamed European city where everyone looked like a model. If you've never seen this film, and you like horror the least little bit, you owe it to yourself to track it down. Suspiria is unique. Even the score, by Argento's associates in Goblin (best known for their work on Dawn of the Dead) is iconic.
Only now it appears that Suspiria isn't going to remain unique. David Gordon Green, best known for making sensitive chick flicks, is about to try his hand at a remake. He will fail.
Not every film needs to be remade. Stop this madness now!