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'Hypnotically Entertaining... A Worthy Follow-Up That In Some Ways Exceeds The Original!' --Cinefantastique
'A Dazzling, Stylish Feast Loaded With Some Of Argento's Strongest Visual Strokes of Genius!' --Mondo Digital
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As for the film, for those who don't know yet the eerie world of INFERNO, just don't pay attention to the narration and logic, as there is few. INFERNO is a variation on fear, You just have to let yourself sweep away by the sounds, colors & flashes of macabre + violence in a very operatic way.
Inferno is the third and final chapter of the Deep Red trilogy and the second and, so far, final chapter in the proposed Three Mothers trilogy. Inferno suffers from the "Jan Brady" syndrome. She is beautiful and accomplished in her own right, but she follows an even more beautiful and equally accomplished sister. It is easy to be so dazzled by Suspiria that Inferno is obscured in her shadow. But upon a second viewing, the scales fall and the ears become unplugged and Inferno proves to be her sisters equal. Its simply that Suspiria is a fairy-tale whereas Inferno is a symphony.
Phenomena includes a trailer, a couple of music videos, the first of which is absolutely mesmerizing, and an interview.
Inferno includes an introduction by Dario Argento, that unfortunately comes off as an apology, a trailer, and an interview segment.
This gift set, in fact, all three volumes of the Dario Argento collection, represent a tremendous value. Just compare the price of buying these two DVD's separately. This is now the DVD's golden age. Enjoy it while it lasts.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Years ago, I had fallen in love with Dario Argento and Daria Nicolodi's Suspiria where a witch coven helm an Academy of Ballet. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Omnes
I must say that the image quality is superb. I'm sure that I don't need to describe this movie. I just wanted to compliment the quality.Published 2 months ago by Bill Grimsly
Weirder of the original two 'Mothers' Argento films. The movie is visually beautiful and creepy at times. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Deep Red, Tenebre, Suspiria, Phenomena, Four Flies on Grey Velvet are all some of my favorite horror movies out there, so I'd definitely classify myself as an Argento fan. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Kranzor
This film is a bizarre and often confusing train wreck directed by Italian maestro Dario Argento during his 80's peak. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Mike Clor
Once again I bought this on reviews,will never,ever buy anything of the Argentos again.Published 5 months ago by Stuart Mortimer
This is not a review. It's a warning. Don't pay over a hundred bucks for this! That's crazy! I got the limited edition Arrow version, w/the poster and post cards for 21 GBP on... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer