Ethan’s review published on Letterboxd:
So many of the plot beats in this one feel like they should be in a shitty B-movie that some friends and I would watch, but the godly lighting, beautiful score, and Argento’s keen eye for camera placement elevate it. Not good in the context of all of film, per se, but good in the context of its place in its own little subsection of genre.
I wish the operatic Suspiriorum theme could, like, be my life’s soundtrack. I just want that music to play when I walk into a room or, like, sit down to do work.