Suspiria (1977) 1080p

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Frame Rate:
23.976 (23976/1000) FPS
Run Time:
98 min
IMDB Rating:
7.5 / 10 
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Directors: Dario Argento [Director] ,

Movie Description:
In a stormy night, the American dancer Suzy Bannion arrives in Freiburg coming from New York to join a famous and expensive ballet school for a three years training. On the next morning, she is informed by the direction of the school that a student she met leaving the place on the previous night was violently murdered and the police is investigating the crime. She becomes friend of another student, Sara, and she realizes that the house is indeed a coven of evil witches.


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Boring..... what else? .....boring..... and boring, plus the worst film music I have ever heard

After reading some of the stellar reviews here, I sat in front of TV, and boy, was I disappointed... How can something so bad have such good reviews and a total score of 7,4 ?

Just some points:

  • Acting: Mediocre at best, with some moments of the most wooden performance I have seen in my life. No, scratch that - the most "let's pretend very hard that whatever is happening is scary" acting I have seen in my life.

  • Storyline: My 13-year-old daughter writes more convincing stories than this. Come on, people, something like this is supposed to be a masterpiece of art? According to some reviewers, yes... But the story is so obvious and simple, I was able to tell the ending after first fifteen minutes into the movie. Should that be a plus in any movie? I do not think so.

  • Symbolism and surrealism: Please tell me, where is any originality in it? This movie was shot in 1977 for god's sake!!! Anything shown here was derived from other work, and other movies. And, what's probably more important, it is so far-fetched it feels simply showy and nothing else.

  • Music: The most pretentious part of all. Some said the score was the strongest part of the film. For me it was just trying to insert "tension" and "fear" in places the picture failed to do it. Music was artificial and forced to the point I had to mute the TV in some places in order to be able to continue watching the film.

  • Gory parts: Well, for 1977 they are not that bad. Make-up is decent, dead people look dead, although colors are overdone (which is probably intended).

  • Scare factor: None whatsoever. Sorry. Forget it. Not for me.

OVERALL: Boring..... what else? .....boring..... and boring plus the worst film music I have ever heard.

For me 1 of 10.

Ballet Academy Disaster

This movie is so bad it makes you wonder what the movie company executives had in their coffee when they decided to release this pile of crap.

You soon realize this movie is moving slower than a tortoise on dry land, which completely ruins the suspense. Sure, the final minutes in the basement are OK, but there's no excuse for the tortoise film making up until that moment.

And what's the deal with the music. They build up suspense in all the wrong places. She arrives at the airport in the beginning of the movie and the music suggests that there's something really terrible about to happen but this is just the beginning of several anticlimaxes.
"Suzy Banyon decided to perfect her ballet studies in the most famousschool of dance in Europe. She chose the celebrated academy ofFreeborge. One day, at nine in the morning, she left Kennedy airport,New York, and arrived in Germany at 10:40 p.m. local time." Those arethe opening lines of Suspiria, as spoken by the narrator. Those linesare the beginning of a must see experience for all horror fans...period.

Dario Argento has to be one of the most talented directors in Italianfilm history. He was influenced by some of the greatest directors incinema including Alfred Hitchcock. Dario Argento did it all withSuspria. Suspria breaks all the barriers. Not only is it completelynightmarish and bazaar, but it uses different colors of light in abrilliant, chilling way. Suspiria has some of the most memorable scenesin history, whether it be the first shocking murder, the dog biting theman's neck, or the very good ending which will have your eyes glued tothe screen.

One of the most nightmarish aspects of Suspiria is the over-the-topcreepy music that it offers. When "Goblin" performs music for a movie,that should be instant indication that the movie will be very tenseexperience. The tension and suspense in Suspiria is built up by themusic.

Gore hounds will not be disappointed by Suspiria. Keep in mind, I said"won't be disappointed" not "be impressed". Suspiria has enough gore tobe realalistic, but not enough to impress. However, people who watchSuspiria shouldn't watch it for the gore, they should watch it for thehaunting atmosphere and tension.

Suspiria was shot in Italy, therefore, if you are watching the movie inan English language you will find that it is dubbed. This may very wellbe the only reason I found the dialoge in Suspiria to be fairlyaverage. The dubbed audio didn't fit very well, but it isn't beyondterrible.

The only con of Suspiria is the fact that it seems to be dragged out.However, this hardly hurts the film in anyway, and is almostunnoticeable to first time viewers. The first time I viewed Suspiriawill be a experience I will not forget.

I highly recommend Suspiria to every euro-horror fan out there. It isvery nightmarish, creepy, suspenseful, nightmarish, terrifying... Did Imention nightmarish?

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