I really don't know what to say. I saw All the Real Girls. I dug it. However, I could also see how it's an indie movie for indie lovers -- slow, somber, meandering. I haven't gotten to see Snow Angels yet, but that's another dramatic film, and quite heart-wrenching. Then there's Seth Rogen's Pineapple Express, and now... SUSPIRIA?

Yes, in a discussion with MTV, director David Gordon Green confirms that he is involved with the upcoming Suspiria remake -- the one that was on in 2006, then off, and then on again last May. "No, it doesn't make a lick of sense," the director said, but no, he's not talking about his involvement, but rather the film: "I love it, plot holes and everything." He's written the new version, and is hoping to direct it as well.

Green says: "It's an opportunity to take all artistic excellence and be inspired by what was a low budget Italian 70's gore movie, where the art world meets the violent and supernatural." Jokingly, he also says, with his involvement it would be "some classy shiat." Maybe if he can handle a funny Rogen film, and the slow and serious, he can speed things up a little and make a great remake. But what do you think? Would a Green-helmed Suspiria remake be "classy shiat?"
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