Before the remake hits theatres, see Dario Argento’s original 1977 art-horror masterpiece on the big screen, in a newly-restored version that will have you shrieking like a Goblin!
“One of the scariest movies of all time.” – Entertainment Weekly
A young American ballet student (Jessica Harper) attends a prestigious dance academy in the German hinterlands only to discover that it’s run by a coven of ghastly witches and filled with terrifying ancient forces that may put an end to her dancing career … and her life! Featuring stunning cinematography, a killer soundtrack by rock group Goblin, and some of the most gruesome murders ever committed to celluloid, Suspiria is Argento’s crowning achievement in horror and a film unlike any other. Presented in its original 98 minute runtime, this new digital restoration of Suspiria has been rescanned from the original uncut, uncensored Italian 35mm camera negative in 4K resolution at Technicolor Rome in Italy, with the supervision of Argento’s director of photography Lucian Tovoli, and the iconic, mind-blowing soundtrack has been restored to the original booming quadraphonic mix. Don’t miss this one on the big screen! (Dir. by Dario Argento, 1977, Italy, in English, 98 mins., Rated R)