Friday, September 01, 2006

Suspiria OST

Forever considered the epitome of Italian horror, Suspiria, released in 1977, remains one of the most over-the-top gory spookfests released to date. Amazing cinematography by Luciano Tovoli pits dulled neon and chipped away paint walls agaisnt the illuminated shadows and moon of the dance academy that are our unfortunate hero, Suzy Banion, must traverse across in this witchfest. Part of the reason this movie still holds a spooky grip is because of its ghoulish progrock soundtrack as supplied by the Goblins and director David Argento, which comes fully equipped with freak chants meets light jazz and one hell raising theme song that should be really nice to listen to as you walk home alone at night.



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