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Cinemassacre’s Monster Madness is a yearly series of horror movie reviews produced by Cinemassacre Productions and airing around the month of October. This series is hosted by James Rolfe. This is episode 30 of Monster Madness “Around the World!”
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I tried watching Inferno twice, but I just can’t bring myself to enjoy it nearly the same as I enjoy Suspiria for some reason. Still love the visuals, some of the scenes and the soundtrack, though!
Sorry, this is wildly besides the topic but… are those flashing maps a political statement, or an example of the famous American “knowledge” of geography?
Lol Italy has 100s of world class masterpieces and you show Mona Lisa which is in Paris.
I hope tony saw the start of this
That underwater scene looked absolutely beautiful!
I was trying to do a marathon of all of Dario Argento’s films this year. I only got as far as his “Animal” trilogy (his first three movies). I’ll continue the rest of his filmography next year, including this one and the rest of the “Mother” trilogy. I do love me some giallo.
One of Dario Argento’s best films! (and one of my favourite movies of all times)
Hello, James and everyone else at Cinemassacre!
Lots of love from Italy and happy to see my country finally on the epic Monster Madness: Around the World list!
As a final collaboration of Italian horror maestros Mario Bava and Dario Argento, this is definitely a must-watch! Hope you are all having a fun spooky Halloween day!
I don’t think the recent remake of Suspiria did enough at the box office to justify a remake of Inferno.
I think it’s a really cool movie. My only complaint is the part where wranglers, PA’s, or whoever is off camera throwing the cats at the girl. I think you can even see one of their hands at one point, but I just really don’t like seeing actual animals who probably aren’t having fun being thrown at someone.
Otherwise really fun movie though and yeah that score for it is pretty great.
Oh personally, Phenomena is second to Suspiria. It’s a great movie as well and the ost is amazing.
You should check out Dario Argento’s ‘Phenomena’ (known as Creepers in the US – which is the lesser version that cuts out some scenes for no reason and makes later scenes head scratching). It stars Jennifer Conoley in her first ever lead role. It was also the inspiration for the cult classic video game ‘Clock Tower’ for the Super Famicom (great game btw).
Suspiria is one of my favorite horror films. I think people keep forgetting that these films are experimental and then It entangles you on the narrative. I did not even understood a lot of the scenes from Suspiria anyways but It’s more about the atmosphere. Gotta watch Inferno!
dario argento is def one of my fav film makers. inferno is good but its not as good as suspiria. i think my favorite movie of his though is “phenomena” jennifer connely is in it and if you’re a fan of SNES games you should recognize that the movie seems very familiar and keep in mind this movie was made in like 85 i think? way before the SNES and that game i was talking about 😉 . also the ending is one of the best ending to a movie EVER. i recommend it for sure. i think in america it was renamed to “the creepers” it took me a long time to actually watch it because the cover told me “shes using bugs to murder” and thats sooo not what it is and im sooo glad i finally saw it because like i said, its one of my new fav movies ever. its very dream like, its another movie of his thats beautifully horrible. maybe i like it so much because i really relate to her character of jennifer. she always plays characters with her own name like wtf is that lmao.
Hi! In my opinion the best Dario Argento movie is “Profondo rosso”!! Check it out!! 🙂
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