Wednesday, 29 October 2008

The unconscious truth revealed by a Suspiria poster?



'The Only Thing More Terrifying Than The Last 12 Minutes Of This Film Are The First 92,' or that one of Suspiria's few possible weaknesses is peaking too early, in establishing an intensity that cannot be sustained?

4 comments:

john said...

you don't think the 'bat attack' scene is intense? ;)

Nigel M said...

the most terrifying thing about the ending was that it looked like the old grey whistle test logo

Bloody Mary said...

I've just come across your blog...is it true that you have not reviewed Suspiria yet?

kaney said...

A mental illness is evoked by the invasion of the anti-conscience in the human side of our conscience. The anti-conscience starts destructing our capacity to judge reality through our human conscience. This means that we lose the ability to discern what is good from what is bad. We also lose contact with the external reality, becoming more insensitive to the world around us. When we become mentally ill we lose our memory and our intelligence.

ceralin forte metagenics