mlpv86’s review published on Letterboxd:
Sometimes Inferno for the viewers.
The film ends as a poor parody of his Suspiria itself. But the visuals are stunning and Argento shuffles leads sometimes which can be frustrating. But the soundtrack by the legendary Keith Emerson is hugely underrated, probably better than Suspiria composed by Goblin . He uses a range of instruments to escalate horror. Also dubbing is better than Suspiria.
Unexplained deaths, burning Alida Valli, three mothers, witch who transforms to grim reaper all is here with creepy dread and images. But I don't know I will re-watch this as I does for Suspiria.