Is that script available publicly? Been itching to read it. Big Argento fan here.Just read Kajganich's Suspiria, and just as I thought, it's pretty much a ho-hum and forgettable witch story like the original. As I said on here already, there is hope that it will be a visually interesting film, and indeed, there are some intriguing things that happen throughout that could look pretty cool (tiny pieces of which can be seen in the trailer). However, narrative-wise, don't expect a whole lot.
On a sidenote, something I found really odd about this draft was the alarming number of typos throughout: words misspelled, words out of order, wrong tenses used, etc. Either Kajganich was drunk when he wrote this, or the intern who typed it up was, and nobody bothered to go back and proofread it.