One of my favorite all-time movies is Brian DePalma’s classic 1973 film, Sisters, which most of you know has been remade and is debuting at Sitges this month. It starred the amazing Margot Kidder before you went looney tooney. Today the official trailer was posted online and can be viewed inside, I only hope it’s half as good as the original. In the remake, Grace, a young journalist, investigates a well-known, controversial psychiatrist. The investigation reveals the disturbing relationship he maintains with Angelique, one of his patients. After witnessing a brutal crime, and with the unintentional help of angelique’s new love interest Doctor Dylan Wallace, Grace finds herself immersed in a spiral of violence and terrible revelations that wind up endangering her physical and mental integrity. After his devastating Family portraits: A Trilogy of America, presented at Sitges’04, Douglas Buck returns to the bullring with the intelligent update of one of the masterpieces from that great magician of the silver screen named Brian de Palma. And without split-screen (or almost).