Suspiria (1977, directed by Dario Argento) is one of the most visually pleasing horror films I have ever seen. Almost every frame is an artistic composition.

In kinoeyeLinda Schulte-Sasse analyses the movie, discussing the use of gothic spaces, references to fascism, and the film’s eligibility for being “Disney’s hidden reverse.”

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One response to “SUSPIRIA”

  1. Bill, From what I can see, this is, indeed, a very artistic, even playful, set for a horror movie! Incidentally, in some ways it reminds me of Coraline, a Disney movie about the nature–and lure–of evil that has fantastic imagery and it’s the most profound cartoon movie I’ve seen so far.

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