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directed by Dario Argento
Italy 1977

Product Description
Suzy Bannion is an American ballet student, travelling to Germany to study at an exclusive dance academy in the Black Forest. After one of the students and her friend are hideously murdered in the first of Argento's breath-catching set-piece killings, Suzy discovers that the academy has a bizarre history and, as the body count rises, she gets involved in a hideous labyrinth of murder, black magic and madness. Utilising complex lighting systems, intense film processing techniques, wire-guided cameras and multi-layer music recording (highlighting a superb Goblin score), Argento paints a masterpiece of terror on a technically impeccable canvas.
 

Synopsis
Argento's masterpiece of horror, with its assault of garish colors, booming soundtrack and horrifically dreamlike set pieces, is the cinematic equivalent of an exceptionally scary fun house. It tells the story of Susan (Harper) a young, impressionable American who travels abroad in order to study at a prestigious European ballet academy. From the first day, however, she begins to realize that frightening things are afoot at the hallowed institution. Enduring a rain of maggots, poisoned food and other unpleasant occurrences, she discovers that the school is a secret convening place for an ages-old witches' coven. Cut to various lengths due to violent content, the film's original full running time is 100 minutes.

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Suspiria is probably one of the most atmospheric horror movies I've ever seen. What makes it especially interesting is that it was shot on standard Eastman Kodak color film stock but was printed using the three-strip Technicolor process. This was achieved by using one of the last remaining machines of the kind out there. It really gives the movie a unique look and very vibrant colors.

This is the story of a young American girl, Suzy, who accepts an offer from a prestigious ballet school in Europe. As she arrives, she sees a girl fleeing. Later on, she finds out that this girl was in fact murdered shortly after that. After some more strange occurrences, Suzy begins to suspect that there is something more complex at work. The plot is basic and the acting (overdubbed voices, like most Italian films) is pretty bad, but the technical aspects of the film more than make up for it. The colorful cinematography, haunting music and unconventional camera angles all contribute to conveying the sense that you are in fact in someone's nightmare. A must-see for fans of the horror genre.

Eric Portelance

Posters

Theatrical Release: February 1st, 1977 (Italy)

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Comparison: 

Anchor Bay - Region 0 - NTSC vs. Nouveaux Pictures - Region 'B' - Blu-ray vs. King Records - Region FREE - Blu-ray vs. Synapse Films (2-disc) - Region 'A' - Blu-ray vs. Cult Films - Region 'B' - Blu-ray vs. CDE - Region FREE - 4K UHD

Big thanks to Eric Portelance for the DVD Review!

1) Anchor Bay - Region 0 - NTSC LEFT

2) Nouveaux Pictures - Region 'B' - Blu-ray SECOND

3) King Records - Region FREE - Blu-ray THIRD

4) Synapse - Region 'A' - Blu-ray FOURTH

5) Cult Films - Region 'B' - Blu-ray FIFTH

6) CDE - Region FREE - 4K UHD RIGHT

 
Box Covers

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

  

 

Anchor Bay also has a 3 Disc Limited Edition listed HERE:

          

 
Disc 1:
Feature Film
TV and Radio Spots
Daemonia Music Video
Poster and Stills Gallery
Disc 2:
Suspiria 25th Anniversary: an all new 52 minute documentary
Disc 3:
Original Goblin Soundtrack CD

There is also a LE Steelbook Blu-ray (3-disc) version:

 

and a Single Disc Blu-ray version:

  

CDE's 3-Disc UHD edition

    

 

Distribution

Anchor Bay

Region 0 - NTSC

Nouveaux Pictures

Region 'B' - Blu-ray

King Records

Region FREE - Blu-ray

Synapse Films

Region 'A' - Blu-ray

Cult Films

Region 'B' - Blu-ray

CDE - Region FREE - 4K UHD
Runtime 1:38:21 1:38:30.237 1:38:51.692 1:38:47.338 1:40:38.866 1:40:50.341
Video

2.35:1 Original Aspect Ratio

16X9 enhanced
Average Bitrate: 6.78 mb/s
NTSC 720x480 29.97 f/s

1080P Single-layered Blu-ray

Disc Size: 23,777,694,545 bytes

Feature: 19,162,054,656 bytes

Video Bitrate: 21.94 Mbps

Codec: MPEG-4 AVC Video

1080i Single-layered Blu-ray

Disc Size: 24,410,518,260 bytes

Feature: 24,093,966,336 bytes

Video Bitrate: 26.78 Mbps

Codec: MPEG-4 AVC Video

1080P Dual-layered Blu-ray

Disc Size: 35,153,971,519 bytes

Feature: 33,918,100,608 bytes

Video Bitrate: 34.14 Mbps

Codec: MPEG-4 AVC Video

1080P Dual-layered Blu-ray

Disc Size: 46,649,745,600 bytes

Feature: 34,639,340,928 bytes

Video Bitrate: 35.82 Mbps

Codec: MPEG-4 AVC Video

HVEC 3840 X 2160 (24fps)

Disc Size: 63,162,810,368 bytes

Feature: 62,269,741,056 bytes

Video Bitrate: 58.8 - 74.5 Mbps

NOTE: The Vertical axis represents the bits transferred per second. The Horizontal is the time in minutes.

Bitrate

Bitrate UK

Blu-ray

Bitrate Japanese

Blu-ray

Bitrate Synapse

Blu-ray

Bitrate Cult Films

Blu-ray

Audio English DTS ES 6.1, English Dolby Digital EX 5.1, English Dolby Surround 2.0, French Dolby Surround 2.0, Italian Dolby Surround 2.0 DTS-HD Master Audio English 2190 kbps 5.1 / 48 kHz / 2190 kbps / 16-bit (DTS Core: 5.1 / 48 kHz / 1509 kbps / 16-bit) DTS Audio Dolby TrueHD Audio English 1345 kbps 5.1 / 48 kHz / 1345 kbps / 16-bit (AC3 Embedded: 5.1 / 48 kHz / 448 kbps / DN -4dB)
Dolby Digital Audio Italian 448 kbps 2.0 / 48 kHz / 448 kbps
Dolby Digital Audio Japanese 448 kbps 2.0 / 48 kHz / 448 kbps
Dolby Digital Audio Japanese 448 kbps 2.0 / 48 kHz / 448 kbps

DTS-HD Master Audio English 4827 kbps 4.0 / 96 kHz / 4827 kbps / 24-bit (DTS Core: 4.0 / 48 kHz / 768 kbps / 24-bit)
DTS-HD Master Audio Italian 4034 kbps 5.1 / 48 kHz / 4034 kbps / 24-bit (DTS Core: 5.1 / 48 kHz / 768 kbps / 24-bit)
Commentaries:

Dolby Digital Audio English 192 kbps 2.0 / 48 kHz / 192 kbps
Dolby Digital Audio English 192 kbps 2.0 / 48 kHz / 192 kbps

DTS-HD Master Audio English 2057 kbps 5.1 / 48 kHz / 2057 kbps / 16-bit (DTS Core: 5.1 / 48 kHz / 1509 kbps / 16-bit)
LPCM Audio English 1536 kbps 2.0 / 48 kHz / 1536 kbps / 16-bit
DTS-HD Master Audio English 1799 kbps 5.1 / 48 kHz / 1799 kbps / 16-bit (DTS Core: 5.1 / 48 kHz / 1509 kbps / 16-bit)
LPCM Audio English 1536 kbps 2.0 / 48 kHz / 1536 kbps / 16-bit
Commentary:

Dolby Digital Audio English 224 kbps 2.0 / 48 kHz / 224 kbps / DN -4dB

Italian PCM (mono)
Italian 2.0 DTS-HD MA
Italian 5.1 DTS-HD MA
English PCM mono
English 2.0 DTS-HD MA
English 5.1 DTS-HD MA

- all 24-BIT
 

Subtitles None None Japanese, None English (SDH) for English, English for Italian, None English (SDH) for English, English for Italian, None English, Italian, None
Features Release Information:
Studio: Anchor Bay

Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen anamorphic - 2.35:1

Edition Details:
• Theatrical Trailers
• TV Spot
• Radio Spots
• Talent Bios
• Poster And Still Gallery
• Daemonia Music Video

DVD Release Date: November 9th, 2001
Keep Case

Chapters 26

Release Information:
Studio: Nouveaux Pictures

 

1080P Single-layered Blu-ray

Disc Size: 23,777,694,545 bytes

Feature: 19,162,054,656 bytes

Video Bitrate: 21.94 Mbps

Codec: MPEG-4 AVC Video

 

Edition Details:
• Fear at 400 Degrees: The Cine-Excess of Suspira (34:56)

This is Cine_Excess (9:48)
• Audio commentary by Argento experts Alan Jones and Kim Newman
• Suspira Perspectives (40:30)

Blu-ray Release Date: January 18th, 2010
Standard (thicker) UK  Blu-ray Case

Chapters 20

Release Information:
Studio: King Records

 

1080i Single-layered Blu-ray

Disc Size: 24,410,518,260 bytes

Feature: 24,093,966,336 bytes

Video Bitrate: 26.78 Mbps

Codec: MPEG-4 AVC Video

 

Edition Details:
• Trailer (1:45)

Blu-ray Release Date: December 8th, 2010
Standard Blu-ray Case

Chapters 12

Release Information:
Studio: Synapse

 

1080P Dual-layered Blu-ray

Disc Size: 35,153,971,519 bytes

Feature: 33,918,100,608 bytes

Video Bitrate: 34.14 Mbps

Codec: MPEG-4 AVC Video

 

Edition Details:
• Two audio commentaries by authors and Argento scholars, Derek Botelho, David Del Valle and Troy Howarth.
Do You Know Anything About Witches? • 30 minute SUSPIRIA visual essay written, edited and narrated by Michael Mackenzie. (30:06)
• Suzy in Nazi Germany - Featurette on the German locations from SUSPIRIA (8:02)
• A Sigh from the Depths: 40 Years of SUSPIRIA - All-new anniversary retrospective on the making of the film and its influence on cinema (27:07)
Olga s Story - Interview with star Barbara Magnolfi (17:14)
• Original theatrical trailers, TV spots and radio spots (3 X Trailer - 3:49, 3X TV Spots - 1:46, 5 X Radio Spot - 2:23)
• "International Classics" English "Breathing Letters" opening credit sequence from U.S. release (1:41)
• Alternate All-English opening and closing credits sequences, playable via seamless branching.
• Reversible Cover Art created by Joel Robinson

Blu-ray Release Date: March 13th, 2018
Standard  Blu-ray Case

Chapters 14

Release Information:
Studio: Cult Films

 

1080P Dual-layered Blu-ray

Disc Size: 46,649,745,600 bytes

Feature: 34,639,340,928 bytes

Video Bitrate: 35.82 Mbps

Codec: MPEG-4 AVC Video

 

Edition Details:
• New Extra: long interview of Dario Argento discussing his Suspiria (27:14)
• New Extra: Exclusive Dario Argento Introduction of this new 4k restoration
• Audio Commentary by critics Kim Newman and Alan Jones
• Fear at 400 Degrees: interview with Argento and Claudio Simonetti (34:58)
• Interviews with Claudio Simonetti, Norman J Warren and Patricia McComack (Blu only) (40:30)
• New Extra: The 4K Restoration Process utterly fascinating - (57:04)

Blu-ray Release Date: December 4th, 2017
Transparent  Blu-ray Case inside cardboard slipcase

Chapters 20

The single dish UHD only has the film and 'Argento's Greeting (0:29) and Credits

DISC THREE EXTRAS (on included Blu-ray)
"Into Suspiria" interview with Dario Argento, Stefania Casini and Alan Jones (43:08)
"All the Colours of the Blood" interview with make-up artist Pier Antonio Meccacci (in Italian with optional English subtitles) (26:26)
"Through the Lens" interview with still photographer Franco Bellomo (in Italian with optional English subtitles) (21:03)
"The Sound of Fear" interview with foley artist Massimo Anzellotti (in Italian with optional English subtitles) (21:08)
"Ladies of Fear" interview with Kat Ellinger [editor-in-chief of Diabolique magazine] (27:50)
"Death Valzer" - Claudio Simonetti introduction (in Italian with optional English subtitles) (15:59)
Suspiria 4K UK Premiere Introduction by Alan Jones (5:04)
Suspiria 4K UK Premiere ScreenTalk by Dario Argento and Alan Jones (37:35)

"Blu-ray ALL Italy - Videa
Extras:Argento's Greeting (in Italian, with optional English subtitles) (0:29)
Credits (1 page)
Subtitles:English, Italian (optional)
Aspect Ratio:2.35:1
Picture Format: 2160p 24fps HEVC
Soundtrack(s):English DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1
English DTS-HD Master Audio 2.0 stereo
English LPCM 2.0 mono (48kHz/24bit)
Italian DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1
Italian DTS-HD Master Audio 2.0 stereo
Italian LPCM 2.0 mono (48kHz/16bit)
Case type:Keep Case

Notes:All extras are in HD 1080p24.
The UHD does not include HDR. UHD menus in English or Italian.
Audio and subtitles cannot be changed during playback using the Audio/Subtitle buttons, but can be changed on-the-fly via the Pop-up Menu.

 

 

 

Comments

NOTE: The below Blu-ray captures were taken directly from the Blu-ray disc.

As mentioned below, this Italian CDE 4k UHD disc is the same transfer and (TLE) restoration as the Cult films Blu-ray. There is certainly a green hue to the pic, and the Synapse is absolutely my preference here. The initial intentions of the film are somewhat open to interpretation, due to the Technicolor dye-transfer or imbibition printing process being replicated in restoration. This is articulately described HERE in an interview with Luciano Tovoli from American Cinematographer. Here is an apt quote, "...it is impossible to compare even the best digital master to a film printed with Technicolor’s dye-transfer process, especially for a film as extreme as Suspiria". So, with that out of the way, this is the only 4k UHD option at this time. It does not feature HDR10 or Dolby Vision, but there is definitely more detail in the frame than possible on the Blu-ray. The caps speak for themselves. One can only wonder what the Synapse restoration would look like in 4k with a wider color gamut (HDR / Dolby Vision, etc). That being said, this is the best that THIS restoration has looked extensively because of the higher resolution. It should also be noted that the Italian 4k disc is identical in quality to the crowd-funded 4k disc and starts with the CultFilms logo.

The audio here is also pretty much identical to the Cult Films Blu-ray, save for being available in 24-bit vs the Blu-ray's 16-bit. The Soundtrack from Goblin sounds as wonderful as ever. There are some new extras though, mostly in Italian, some with English subtitles. "Into Suspiria" is a 43-minute interview with Dario Argento, Stefania Casini and Alan Jones. "All the Colours of the Blood" is a 26-minute interview with make-up artist Pier Antonio Meccacci. "Through the Lens" is a 21-minute interview with still photographer Franco Bellomo. "The Sound of Fear" is a 21-minute interview with foley artist Massimo Anzellotti. "Ladies of Fear" is a 28-minute interview with Kat Ellinger, editor-in-chief of Diabolique magazine. And "Death Valzer" is an introduction from Claudio Simonetti lasting 16-miunutes. There are also 2 features from the UK 4K Premiere, first a 5-minute intro with Alan Jones, and a 38-minute screentalk with Dario Argento and Alan Jones.

Colin Zavitz

***

ADDITION: Cult Films (2-disc) - Region 'B' Blu-ray March 2018':  Cult Films have given us yet another 4K restored dual-layered, max'ed out bitrate transfer of Suspiria. There is very different color-grading as compared to the Synapse release. The Synapse is the only one to be supervised and signed off by Luciano Tovoli, the film's DOP. In some cases, this UK transfer looks much more realistic, though I am not sure that is necessarily the intentions of director Dario Argento. Most scenes are noticeably darker and have a greenish hue. Synapse is clearly brighter, and hence more detail is visible. Blood is a vibrant red (see the blood-in-the-sink capture for reference) in the Synapse release, where as here, reds are much more subtle. I wouldn't blame anyone for preferring this transfer but personally I lean towards the Synapse. The framing here seems to be slightly different as well, ever so slightly zoomed-in on the UK edition.

NOTE: Vincent Pereira who consulted on the synapse restoration and the blu: “The Synapse and TLE versions (TLE being the versions that's been released overseas, including the Cult release in the U.K.) are not the "same 4K restoration". They both used the same raw 4K scan of the negative that Synapse commissioned as a source, but they both did their own top-to-bottom restoration work from scratch. Synapse did not use the TLE restoration work at all. The Synapse restoration was done by Fixafilm in Poland, supervised by Wojtek Janio, working from the same raw, very damaged negative scan that TLE did their independent work from.".

Cult Films lacks Synapse's intense 96 kHz 4.0 sound mix. Given here is a DTS-HD 5.1 16-bit track, as well as a 2.0 stereo track. This is a shame because the 4.0 was a very strong mix. The track included here is not terrible by any means though, with strong separation and crisp and clean sound, especially given the age of the film. Goblin's iconic soundtrack sounds as good as ever.

Cult Films have loaded this disc with many extras. Most notable is a very informed commentary track by critics Kim Newman and Alan Jones. The two have a great rapport and provide tons of information on the film and its influence on the horror genre. Also provided are many interviews with the filmmakers. Fear at 400 degrees is a 35 minute documentary featuring interviews with Dario Argento and Claudio Simonetti. There are many interesting facts provided about the filming and scoring of the film. Next up is a new 27 minute feature "Suspiria told by Dario Argento" with Argento discussing his inspirations and motivations for making Suspiria. Next up is a 40 minute feature titled "Suspiria Perspectives" which features many interviews with people involved with the film, as well as film academics. Finally we have a new feature on the 4k restoration of Suspiria, running 57 minutes. It provides comparisons of shots and will be a welcome addition to fans of film preservation. There is a second disc DVD of the feature included.

It is always great to have choices. The image will come down to a personal preference or how you may feel about its authenticity to the theatrical version but stalwart Argento fans may want it for the commentary and other extras.

Colin

***

ADDITION: Synapse Films (2-disc) - Region 'A' Blu-ray March 2018': The Synapse, first offered as a 3-disc Blu-ray LE steelbook is cited as having "a new 4K restoration of the original uncut, uncensored Italian 35mm camera negative exclusively done by Synapse Films, with color correction supervised and approved by SUSPIRIA Director of Photography, Luciano Tovoli." This is the 2-disc version. The screen captures speak volumes as to the orders-of-magnitude improvement. This is a dual-layered transfer with a max'ed out bitrate. It looks stunning - colors, generally, become darker and dramatically richer looking pristine in the 4K restoration. Thankfully we have the option to play the film with the alternate all-English opening and closing credits sequences, via seamless branching. Overall immensely impressive.

Audio come in two flavors a robust DTS-HD Master (24-bit) original 4.0 1977 English language LCRS sound mix not heard since its theatrical release. It offers newly-translated removable English SDH subtitles. There is also the Italian 5.1 surround mix in an equally robust DTS-HD (24-bit) transfer, with removable English subtitle translation.  The score is legendary band Goblin (Phenomena, The Other Hell, The Bloodstained Shadow, Deep Red) plays to varying, intensities. It sounds fabulous - as good as it looks.

Synapse have loaded these two-discs with multiple extras. We are given two audio commentaries. The first features Troy Howarth, an author that specializes in Italian cinema and Giallo. The second track is a conversation between Argento scholars, Derek Botelho (author of The Argento Syndrome), David Del Valle. The two break down the themes of the film, and the genre. They provide lots of information regarding certain shots and scenes. Also provided in this set is the video essay, "Do You Know Anything about Witches?", which is a half-hour look at the film by Michael Mackenzie. Mackenzie gives a very deep and thoughtful reading of the film, and also discusses Argento. Next up is "A Sigh from the Depths: 40 Years of Suspiria" a half hour feature which looks back on the film and with comments from film historians and fans of the film. This is a fascinating look at Suspiria's roots in mythology as well as Argento's production of the film. "Suzy in Nazi Germany" is an 8-minute look at the various filming locations in Germany from Suspiria. "Olga's Story" is a 17-minute interview with star Barbara Magnolfi (who played Olga). Barbara explains how she ended up working on the film, and talks about filming Suspiria. "International Classics" "Breathing Letters" is the opening credit sequence from the U.S. release of the film and is quite different.  Also included are trailers and TV and radio spots. It has a reversible Cover Art created by Joel Robinson.

Synapse may have created the best transfer of the year (2017) with this package. Though this transfer was released a few months back in a limited edition 3-disc set (that included the film's soundtrack), this is without a doubt the best the film has ever looked, and is much cheaper. The extras are very deep and provide hours of interesting thoughts and comments on the film, especially given the two fantastic commentaries. Much like the flawless video quality, the audio is also superb. This is a must-buy for fans of the film, Giallo, Argento and even a great blind-buy for future fans.

Gary + Colin

***

ADDITION: King Records - Region FREE Blu-ray December 2010': Well, this new Japanese Blu-ray of Argento's Suspiria seems to support that there is boosting in the Nouveaux Pictures UK releases (note brightness flaring in the second capture). I believe this region FREE Blu-ray looks much more natural and authentic than the other high-def release. It has a higher feature size and bitrate but it's big flaw is that it is interlaced (1080i). You can see it in the overhead 'dance studio' capture. This seemed to be more prevalent at the beginning 8-minutes which tended to look unstable but it settled down and on my system I couldn't distinguish the combing associated with the interlacing via my Plasma. It, actually, looked surprisingly good! The disc offers lossless English audio and Dolby Italian and Japanese tracks with optional Japanese subtitles and my Momitsu tells me this is, happily, region FREE. The English sounded solid without any notable mishaps and only minor separation and depth. There are no extras save a trailer.

So, aside from being bare bones and interlaced the King Records Blu-ray may suit some individuals who were sensitive to the color/contrast boosting of the UK BD OR who are not capable of playing region 'B' discs.

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ADDITION: Nouveaux Pictures - Region 'B' Blu-ray January 2010': This single-layered transfer from Nouveaux Pictures looks better in many areas but overall is not stellar. Occasionally there are some over-bright or blown out whites. Detail and colors advance upon the Anchor Bay DVD and there is even more information in the frame on the top and bottom. For the most part it's a pretty good transfer with a smattering of consistent grain. Either contrast was boosted or it was inherent in the source used. It's a shame because the the detail is notable. For a film over 30-years old I suspect Argento fans will be impressed for the most part although I still feel it is too bright in many sequences.

Audio comes in the form of a lossless DTS-HD Master 5.1 at 2190 kbps that appears to be a significant advancement from previous DVD renderings. Separation is not abundant but there are some nice subtle touches to the mix that helped the film presentation. There are no subtitles on this Blu-ray and my Momitsu tells me this is region 'B'-locked.

Supplements are quite good on the Blu-ray taking a more academic look at the film and Argento that we usually see. We get a strong commentary from Argento expert Alan Jones and critic Kim Newman, over an hour's worth of new documentaries featuring contributions from Argento, Claudio Simonetti, Norman J. Warren, Newman and Dr. Patricia MacCormack along with extended interviews with Warren, Newman and MacCormack.

This is a film that impacts more with improved visual quality and this Blu-ray does just that. It's a title that I'd like to see re-visited by Blue Underground in North America - but I have no knowledge of this transpiring. For now this Nouveaux Pictures disc is it.

Gary W. Tooze

***

ON THE DVD: This is a pretty nice transfer from Anchor Bay. The colors are vivid and the image is quite sharp. The only problem I encountered was pixelation in one scene (see below) and a bit of aliasing in another. Nothing major, but I figure this is simply because the image was compressed too much, considering this disc has no less than 5 audio tracks (including DTS ES and DD EX). I did not watch the film on my sound system so I cannot vouch for the quality of the sound, but I'm assuming it must be pretty good. There is also a two-disc edition available from Anchor Bay which includes a documentary on the making of and interviews with the director, cinematographer and actors.

 - Eric Portelance

 


DVD Menus / Blu-ray Extras

 

Anchor Bay - Region 0 - NTSC LEFT vs. Nouveaux Pictures - Region 'B' - Blu-ray RIGHT
 

 

 

King Records - Region FREE - Blu-ray

 

 

Synapse - Region 'A' - Blu-ray

 

 

Synapse - Region 'A' - Blu-ray

 

 

Cult Films - Region 'B' - Blu-ray

 

 

CDE - Region FREE - 4K UHD

 


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6) CDE - Region FREE - 4K UHD BOTTOM

 


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6) CDE - Region FREE - 4K UHD BOTTOM

 


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5) Cult Films - Region 'B' - Blu-ray FIFTH

6) CDE - Region FREE - 4K UHD BOTTOM

 


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3) King Records - Region FREE - Blu-ray THIRD

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Box Covers

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

  

 

Anchor Bay also has a 3 Disc Limited Edition listed HERE:

          

 
Disc 1:
Feature Film
TV and Radio Spots
Daemonia Music Video
Poster and Stills Gallery
Disc 2:
Suspiria 25th Anniversary: an all new 52 minute documentary
Disc 3:
Original Goblin Soundtrack CD

There is also a LE Steelbook Blu-ray (3-disc) version:

 

and a Single Disc Blu-ray version:

  

CDE's 3-Disc UHD edition

    

 

Distribution

Anchor Bay

Region 0 - NTSC

Nouveaux Pictures

Region 'B' - Blu-ray

King Records

Region FREE - Blu-ray

Synapse Films

Region 'A' - Blu-ray

Cult Films

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