The thematic sequel to Suspiria, the film follows a young man as he investigates the disappearance of his sister. She has been living in a New York apartment that also served as a home for one of three evil sisters, known as the Mother of Darkness.
Argento pulls out all the stops here, creating one of the most visually arresting genre films ever made. Everything is designed to hit the viewer with maximum effect - be it the lush and lurid use of color (reminiscent of SUSPIRIA), the subtle, but intriguing scene transitions, the wild murder sequences, or Keith Emerson's rock-opera score - there's an over-the-top grandness to Inferno that makes it incredibly appealing. -Mike Bracken, Feo Amante
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