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Jessica Harper (PHANTOM OF THE PARADISE) stars as Suzy Banyon, a young American ballet dancer who arrives at a prestigious European dance academy run by the mysterious Madame Blanc (Joan Bennett of DARK SHADOWS) and Miss Tanner (Alida Valli of KILLER NUN). But when a series of bizarre incidents and horrific crimes (including what Entertainment Weekly calls "the most vicious murder scene ever filmed") turn the school into a waking nightmare of the damned, Suzy must escape the academy's unspeakable secret of supernatural evil.
Experience the most shocking and hallucinatory horror movie in history as you've never seen or heard it before, now featuring the fully remastered landmark score by Goblin and a heart-stopping new film transfer supervised by cinematographer Luciano Tovoli. This is the definitive version of Dario Argento's SUSPIRIA, an aria of terror beyond imagination and one of the most extraordinary horror films ever made.
All about atmosphere. A mesmerizing, gorgeous, physically beautiful film.Published 24 days ago by Ada Ardor
Five minutes of action and suspense packed into 98 minutesPublished 3 months ago by David M. Syndergaard
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|Should I buy the 2-disc or the 3-disc?||
The Anchor Bay 3-Disc (which is now out-of-print) contained all of the bonus features presented here in the new Blue Underground 2 Disc version, plus a CD featuring the soundtrack. The soundtrack alone is worth tracking down the 3-Disc version (featuring some of the creepiest horror music I've... Read More
Jun 16, 2008 by rabidgoatboy | See all 3 posts
|Movies about witches and cults||
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Dec 8, 2010 by DangitMeng JCC | See all 7 posts
A little late, but the Anchor Bay disc does not have subtitles, but it does offer closed captioning.
May 18, 2011 by Tommy D. Strong | See all 3 posts