Full of color, light, and dramatic scary music, this movie is a treat from beginning to end. The screenplay is delightfully horrible, the acting ranges from mediocre to insanely awful, and the plot is loose. The movie's awesomeness lies in the swift, steady pace of gaudy imagery and balletic movement. The violence is cartoonish but still gross enough to bother sensitive viewers (and amuse the sickos.) The interior designer should receive top billing - in many scenes, the wallpaper is the star, and the furnishings are the villains.
Yes, I recommend this movie.
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Review 2 for Suspiria (1977)
PostedSeptember 6, 2009
Argento's best film is a surreal and gory fairy tale. The music, amazing set designs and use of color really set this one apart. A horror classic, not to be missed!