Thursday, June 23, 2011


When it comes to colorful cinematic palates, the first thing that comes to mind is Dario Argento's 1977 masterpiece Suspiria. Oozing with fluorescent wonder, Argento depicts a colorful ballet academy run by a coven of witches and engages the audience by flashing every color of the rainbow across the screen throughout its runtime. It's beautiful to behold and it creates a charged atmosphere that pushes the film into fantastic new realms.

When selecting my images for this segment, I found myself going a little overboard when collecting the stills. There are so many richly conceived images in this film, that it really is impossible to narrow down the overall breadth of visual work put into this film down to just a few well composed shots. So let's just get right down to it. Here's a handful of glorious shots from the italian horror masterpiece, Suspiria. Hot damn I love this movie!


  1. Love your caps, the one with the razor was great to see...I never noticed there are two stick pins in there with it. Apparently the ones that end up in Sarah's eyeballs?

  2. Thanks GroovyDoom. I just now noticed that about the pins. Now that's some pretty cool detail and some great foreshadowing of horrors to come.