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Old 11-06-01, 12:04 PM
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Inferno/Phenomena can someone provide reviews of these??

They can be picked up in a 2 pack for $24 from DDD just wondering how these movies are... feel free to offer opinions on them please. I am not really sure if I am an Argento fan or not because I didn't like Deep Red or Suspiria so am wondering if I should even bother with these.... Thanks in advance.
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...ahh... just MNSHO, of course, but... Dario Argento movies are very much an 'acquired taste' ... since you say that you don't like Deep Red or Suspiria, it's a pretty sure bet you won't like Inferno and Phenomena either... my suggestion: rent or borrow!

http://www.dvdangle.com/reviews/review.php?Id=598

http://www.dvdverdict.com/reviews/phenomena.shtml

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I disasgree (repectfully, of course).

Most people that like Inferno and Phenomena (similar movies) dislike deep red and suspiria (quite different than I and P).

Anyways, what other movies can you rock out to Iron Maiden pumping in the background.

Take a look at Phenomena first... If you like it.. try Inferno next
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I liked Deep Red and Suspiria but hated Inferno. Who knows, it might be the opposite for you.
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Of the four films, "Phenomena" and "Suspiria," were my favorites. "Deep Red," was good, though I didn't like it quite as much as the other two. "Inferno," while having some good scenes, I didn't feel was quite the sum of its parts. Gets a bit better on repeat viewings, though.
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Originally posted by Hendrik
...ahh... just MNSHO, of course, but... Dario Argento movies are very much an 'acquired taste' ... since you say that you don't like Deep Red or Suspiria, it's a pretty sure bet you won't like Inferno and Phenomena either... my suggestion: rent or borrow!

http://www.dvdangle.com/reviews/review.php?Id=598

http://www.dvdverdict.com/reviews/phenomena.shtml

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Man I always want to be the first to post a website review.

BUT NO!

Hendrik is always first. I hate it!
hehehehehehehe!

cheers, Tony Block

P.S. you mean I can do a search and find reviews of DVDs that i'm interested in seeing/buying?

Kuhl!
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My opinion:

Deep Red
Phenomena
Inferno
Suspiria It's a classic only because of the cinematography (use of colors to be more specific), the story itself is a big pile of cow dong.

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