*Taken from the back of the VHS*
~Considered by many to be one of the most terrifying and stylized horror films of our time, Susperia (Yes, it's spelled wrong on the back of the box) is a sure-bet to keep you glued to the edge of your seat with all the lights on.
Jessica Harper stars as Susy Banyon, an American student who has enrolled in a German dance academy. On the very night she arrives, two of the students are brutally murdered in a scene likened to the shower murder in Psycho. It soon becomes apparent that this is only the begining of what is perhaps the most terrifying nightmare ever created on film.~
-----This film was an excellent psychological thriller that I had wanted to see in a long time. It had me guessing all the way up to the end and I now have a 2nd favorite thriller director, under Hitchcock of course.
The acting in the film is flawless, and there are tons of scares around each corner. The music had a great aura to it and really set the mood. My only discrepancy is that it took me awhile to get into the movie, it just seemed like the intro was a different movie, but then again that might just be Argento messing with my head.
If you can locate this hard-to-find film, you should definately add it to your horror collection, it's one of those can't miss rarities.
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