“Suspiria” @ Movies on a Big Screen


If you’re still looking for something spooky to do Halloween night and you’re into artsy gore … then let’s face it, you’ve probably already seen the 1977 Italian horror flick “Suspiria.” I have not actually seen this film, but reading about it and seeing a few stills has always been as much contact with it as I desire. I do appreciate the allure of 70s film, but I don’t dig on horror as a genre because I am a big sissy baby. However, I am also the kind of person to recommend a movie that I know other people think is hip just so that I can seem hip by association. In conclusion and in summary, go see “Suspiria” on Halloween but don’t bring any babies, whether they are tall grown men acting like them or the actual kind.

10/31, 7:00 PM
600 4th St, West Sac
Admission: $5.00

Author: CoolDMZ

"X-ray vision to see in between / Where's my kimono and my time machine?"

3 thoughts on ““Suspiria” @ Movies on a Big Screen”

  1. I read about this movie, how it was so good. No way! It is one of the worst movies ever made. I love scary movies and most horror, but this looks like it was done by someone in high school. Don’t waste your money!


  2. It a really bad film and that’s what makes it so great. uh, cult classic? Heard of them? Worth every cent!

    Anyway, it’s not scary at all. The special effects are so cheap that they are completely transparent. That’s why I like it because I am a big sissy baby as well.


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