Watch new Suspiria trailer, featuring Thom Yorke’s score

The horror remake is the first time Yorke has scored a feature film

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Thom Yorke has made his debut as a film composer with the upcoming horror film remake Suspiria.

You can watch the full-length trailer – featuring some music from Yorke – below.

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A rework of Dario Argento’s 1977 Italian horror classic, this version stars Dakota Johnson, Tilda Swinton and Chloe Grace Moretz and has been directed by Luca Guadagnino.

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Yorke’s bandmate Jonny Greenwood, of course, has a long history in this field, notably his long and profitable relationship with director Paul Thomas Anderson.

Suspiria is released in cinemas on November 2, with a digital release to follow through Amazon Prime.

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