People.com Entertainment Movies Watch Dakota Johnson Writhe Around on the Floor in Super Creepy 'Suspiria' Clip Dakota Johnson loses herself to the dance in a new clip from her buzzy horror film, Suspiria. By Nigel Smith Nigel Smith Nigel Smith is Senior News Editor, Movies at PEOPLE. He is an Entertainment Editor and Writer with more than 10 years of experience in the online and print industries as a journalist, storyteller, proofreader and manager. In 2017 Smith joined the PEOPLE editorial team in New York as News Editor, Movies. He has written feature stories and reviews including interviews with Ryan Reynolds, Anthony Hopkins, Jennifer Hudson and Russell Crowe. Prior, he served as News Editor at the Wrap in Los Angeles, and Entertainment Editor at the Guardian, also in LA, where he covered the red carpet at major awards shows including the Academy Awards, Golden Globes, Governors Awards, Grammy Awards and Independent Spirit Awards. He also attended and reported on major film festivals at Cannes, Sundance, Toronto, Telluride, SXSW and Tribeca. Smith has appeared as an expert commentator on numerous morning and entertainment shows including Good Morning America, Today, NBC News, BBC News, Access Hollywood, NY1, PeopleTV and more. A native of Toronto, Canada, Smith graduated from Syracuse University in New York State with Master of Arts degree in Arts Journalism (Film). He is married and lives in New York City. People Editorial Guidelines Published on August 29, 2018 11:19 AM Share Tweet Pin Email Dakota Johnson loses herself to the dance in a new clip from her buzzy horror film, Suspiria. In the creepy footage, Tilda Swinton as dance teacher Madame Blanc, instructs her students, including Johnson’s Susie Bannion, to improvise a dance based on the theme of “rebirths.” Susie proceeds to contort her body in strange ways and breathe heavily as Madame Blanc watches on, fascinated by her physicality. The scene then cuts to what appears to be the hand of a demon-like creature who seems to have control over Susie’s moves. Johnson, 28, told Elle earlier this year that making the movie “f—ed me up so much that I had to go to therapy.” Alessio Bolzoni/Amazon Studios “We were in an abandoned hotel on top of a mountain. It had 30 telephone poles on the roof, so there was electricity pulsating through the building, and everyone was shocking each other,” she said. “It was cold as sh–, and so dry.” Luca Guadagnino (Call Me By Your Name) directs this remake of Dario Argento’s 1977 horror classic of the same name. The movie centers on Susie as she uncovers the terrifying secrets behind a world-famous dance company, headed by Madame Blanc. The film world premieres at the Venice Film Festival this week before opening nationwide on November 2.