Directed by Dario Argento
In Dario Argento’s follow-up to SUSPIRIA, a man investigates witches who may inhabit the New York apartment building where his sister lived before she mysteriously disappeared. But after Mark begins to seek out the truth, he soon finds himself caught in a labyrinth of lies, murder and unspeakable evil. Despite the initial critical drubbing it received, INFERNO is now regarded as one of Argento’s masterpieces, thanks to its over-the-top use of color and outrageously twisted murder sequences. The opening underwater sequence is a masterclass in suspense and horror.
In Dario Argento’s follow-up to SUSPIRIA, a man investigates witches in New York.
Cast: Leigh McCloskey, Irene Miracle, Eleonora Giorgi
Looks great. Reads awful.
Zero plot, terrible acting, painfully slow
Classic Argento. Stylized painfully slow scenes, terrible acting by caricature characters, meaningless dialogue, and zero plot.
More plot-driven and with a more traditional prog-rock score by Goblin than Suspiria, neither of which are improvements, this is nontheless a stylish thematic sequel that is well worth a watch.