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The Master Of Horror Dario Argento Brings You Terror That's Hotter Than Hell!
A young woman stumbles upon a mysterious diary that reveals the secrets of "The Three Mothers" and unleashes a nightmare world of demonic evil. As the unstoppable horror spreads from Rome to New York City, this unholy trinity must be stopped before the world is submerged in the blood of the innocent.
Written and directed by Dario Argento, INFERNO is considered to be the sequel to his classic SUSPIRIA. This surreal shocker stars Irene Miracle (NIGHT TRAIN MURDERS), Daria Nicolodi (DEEP RED) and Leigh McCloskey (DALLAS), and features a pulse-pounding original score by Keith Emerson of Emerson, Lake & Palmer. Now transferred from the original vault negative materials, INFERNO contains visually stunning sequences of horror that Argento fans consider among the best of his career.
"Argento At His Very Best!" -- DVD Maniacs
- Interview with Writer/Director Dario Argento
- Theatrical Trailer
- Still Gallery
- Talent Bios
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In the end I just don't buy this as a decent or meaningful second act after Suspiria... most know that Argento's concepts of The Three Mothers trilogy just failed completely. Why did he even bother? It was a grand idea but he failed in pulling it off. Suspiria is a classic that should have just stood on it's own.
Re watching this I noticed horrible frame rate, instead of fluid movement there are many scenes where there is that lag type visual effect, I'll have to compare my DVD copy to see if it suffers the same problems. I'm not very impressed with this transfer.
I'm not a religious person, more of a humanist... believe in reality but once when watching this movie I had a weird experience while watching the ending. Typically I laugh at the lame ending but I was really paying attention to the vibe etc, when death shows up a very dark message kind of popped into my mind, "welcome death into your heart", now I was just relaxing playing my guitar like usual and not depressed or any other strange mental activity going on and it creeped me out to the point of wanting to toss all Argento's movies into the trash because of possible visual and audible masking of subliminal messages. Seriously weird... I don't want to welcome death in any form into my life while I'm still living. It makes me want to research possible subliminal masking in movies.
I've come to realize it's not so much Argento that I like but his cinematographers much like I concluded about Ridley Scott. If you observe his choice of cinematographers you can see a clear patern of visual art quality to his films. So in short most of what Argento fans atribute to HIS talents are actually the talents of the cinematographers and film editors. Take away his best collaborators and you get crap like Mother Of Tears, Phenomena and his other lesser works.
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.