"Suspiria," a 1977 Italian horror film directed by Dario Argento, follows the story of Suzy Banyo, an American ballet student who enrolls at a German dance academy only to discover that it is run by a group of witches. The movie's nightmarish feel comes from Argento's use of anamorphic lenses, which are known to emphasize specific colors such as red, the color of blood. And there is a lot of blood in "Suspiria." -XFINITY Entertainment Staff (Photo: Seda Spettacoli)
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