There's nothing more satisfying than being manipulated by Italians. With SUSPIRIA, Dario Argento combines comic book aesthetics with haunted psychology to forge a true benchmark of twentieth-century horror. Jessica Harper arrives at a prestigious ballet school in the middle of nowhere. And things aren't right. Hallucinations! Maggot infestations! Phantasmic gore-slayings! As the secrets of the school unfold, Harper finds herself falling deeper into madness. Or does she?! SUSPIRIA feels like it materialized from an inhuman super-brain that combined the visual energy of Jim Steranko’s work for Marvel Comics, the obsessive science of a Stanley Kubrick production, and the doom-fueled mystery of Shirley Jackson’s gothic paperbacks. This is sensory overload done right. Prepare to be hypnotized for life.