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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.
'Argento At His Very Best! ' --DVD Maniacs
'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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The Blue Underground Blu Ray has great picture quality, and solid audio. Definite recommend for fans of the film, or if you liked Suspiria and for whatever reason never got around to seeing Inferno.
as well as the usual 5.1 Digital surround sound mix
much better picture and audio quality than the old Anchor bay release
plus theres 2 new interviews on this blu-ray version that were not on the Anchor bay release
and interview with Actor Leigh McCloskey and Irene miracle, both go for about 14mins each
they both talk about their experiences acting on the film set of Inferno, very interesting
plus the featurette with Dario argento and Lamberto Bava is also included from the Anchor bay release
so this Blue underground blu-ray version of INFERNO
is a much better release than the old Anchor bay version from years ago
Definitely time for an upgrade, scrap the old anchor bay release
and get this new blue underground blu-ray
Definitely worth the money.
i gave it 5 stars
The dvds come in a very strong dvd case with two separate disc holders that don't look like they'll drop the dvd so they will be fine during shipping.
Both dvds look crisp and clear and the audio seems to be just fine (not to keen on that stuff).
Phenomena is about a girl who finds out she can communicate with insects, while she's at a boarding school where students seem to be dropping like flies. It's the movie that just so happened to influence the making of the original Clock Tower for the SNES, and if you've ever played it or emulated the game, the atmosphere is basically the same as the movie. Great movie, very fun.
Inferno is the sequel to the dearly beloved Suspiria. It's a movie that is HEAVY on atmosphere, relying on the color blue, and red (and it's combination, purple) to surround the whole setting, almost as if it were a dream, or better yet a nightmare. It doesn't have the same beautiful kills that Suspiria did, nor is the soundtrack as good but it's a worthy sequel. The biggest fault for this film though is how split up the narrative is, seemingly having no real main character till the second half of the film.
My biggest fault with this package is that there no subtitles for either film, which is something I hate not having. My hearing isn't bad, but at times I miss things that people say and having subtitles helps me keep up with the narrative.
Together this package was worth the 20 dollars I spent, and I'm happy with my purchase (seeing that this and rest of the Dario Argento collection DVDs seem to be going up in price). I say snatch it up when you see it for 20 dollars and make sure to check the description. Make sure people it's both dvds, none are scratched, all that regular things you check for in used dvds. If your shelling 20 dollars for a used dvd it better be in GOOD condition and not scratched up.