|Figure 1- Movie poster|
"Suspiria ( Celeste and Bells)" is the track that actually features narration. Keyboardist Claudio Simonetti chants non- grammatical nonsense about witches, while celesta and bells perform a subtle version of the main theme." (Biodrowsk 2008)
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"In the end, however, it is not enough to sustain Suspiria through its many slow scenes. The result is a film of highs and lows, worth seeing for it bravura style but falling short of the critical mass that would achieve masterpiece status." (Biodrowsk 2008)
This leads to several other murder all done in a particular ways such as her friend and ex-student was murdered by seeing the windows or mirrors. It felt that there was secret passenger through the whole building letting the murder found to his victims easily.
Biodrowski, S. (2008) Suspiria (1977) – A nostalgia review. Available at: http://cinefantastiqueonline.com/2008/06/nostalgia-suspiria-1977/ (Accessed: 17 December 2015).
31 FLAVORS OF HORROR!: SUSPIRIA (1977) (2013) Available at: http://dailygrindhouse.com/reviews/31-flavors-horror-suspiria-1977/ (Accessed: 17 December 2015).
Figure 1- Movie poster
(Accessed: 17 December 2015).
Figure 2- Still image
(Accessed: 19 December 2015)