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Dario Argento is Europe’s leading horror director and his SUSPIRIA is a masterpiece which transcends cinema, extending into pure art. Argento’s expressionist hyper-assault on our senses is legendary: with his groundbreaking excessive style staging jaw-dropping mind-frying on-screen violent gore, which is Argento’s own inimitable trademark, SUSPIRIA is situated between art-house aesthetics and splatter gore-fest!
The film stars Jessica Harper as an American student who uncovers a deadly coven of witches at her prestigious German Dance Academy. With its highly distinctive cinematography and an unnerving pounding score by Goblin, SUSPIRIA is an epic nightmare – as influential as it is terrifying – which it will stay with the viewer for ever.
Region Coding: 2/B
SUSPIRIA is presented here from restored elements via an HD transfer.
- In-depth documentary featuring Dario Argento and Goblin’s Claudio Simonetti
- Audio Commentary by genre critics Alan Jones and Kim Newman
Probably The Finest Italian Horror Movie Ever Made ---The Dark Side
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Stunning sets, stunning lighting, stunning set pieces, stunning score.
Put simply, anyone who doesn't like this must be visually impaired.
I bought the Blu Ray for a great price and eagerly awaited its delivery. I had heard many different stories about the film and many glowing reviews. People were shocked that I had not seen this gem of a film. A classic I had been told.
It finally came and I was not disappointed. I was thoroughly enthralled by the story and the astounding visuals. For some reason I just could not look away and I was strangely unsettled at moments in the film that I would not have expected.
There was fantastic direction and a great script but what really just blew me away was the colour and the visuals. I was captivated by them. The picture was fantastic, for a film as old as this, it looked great. It could have been shot yesterday and my HDTV was loving every minute of it.
Coming from a first time viewer I would tell everyone to watch Suspiria, especially on Blu Ray. I am very glad I saw this for the first time with the fantastic quality on the Blu Ray rather than a DVD.
Fans of the film will no doubt appreciate the Blu Ray and new comers like myself will love the film and the Blu Ray