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Old 12-05-2018, 06:41 PM   #201
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What exactly is the difference between the 3 disc one and 1 disc Italian editions? The standard Blu-ray and soundtrack? Are there more extras that are English friendly?
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What exactly is the difference between the 3 disc one and 1 disc Italian editions? The standard Blu-ray and soundtrack? Are there more extras that are English friendly?
I am also intersted in the differences.
Do I miss extras cause of the missing Blu-ray with my 1 Disc UHD edition?
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What exactly is the difference between the 3 disc one and 1 disc Italian editions? The standard Blu-ray and soundtrack? Are there more extras that are English friendly?
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I am also intersted in the differences.
Do I miss extras cause of the missing Blu-ray with my 1 Disc UHD edition?
The extra Blu-ray with all the bonus features (on the UK 3-disc) is quite nice, and everything is English friendly on it. The Interviews/Featurettes are quite extensive, and it took me a while to get through them all. I really found the extras to be better than what Synapse had included on their US Blu-ray release.

The bonus features for the UK 4K release can be found here: http://www.dvdcompare.net/comparison....php?fid=46936

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Old 01-02-2019, 02:07 PM   #206
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I just picked up the Italian Videa UHD and I have to throw my hat in the TLE ring.

I went back and forth from one input to another with the TLE UHD and the Synapse Blu and the TLE just looks much more filmic and pleasing to the eyes.

The detail increase on the UHD is apparent and the contrast was at a perfect level for my eyes. I didn't find the TLE "dark" whatsoever and the Synapse looked extremely overblown in comparison, almost cartoon like. The Synapse looked very "video-like" and missing that filmic quality the UHD gave off.

I realize many like the crazy contrast of the Synapse, but I find this TLE UHD to be the ultimate version of Suspiria. Just my two cents anyway.
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Old 05-19-2019, 01:49 PM   #207
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I have only seen "Suspiria" - which I like quiet a bit - and "Inferno" (which I did not reallycare for) of Argento's filmography.

Any recommandations when I mainly liked the music and the great colors of "Suspiria"?
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Old 05-19-2019, 02:15 PM   #208
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I have only seen "Suspiria" - which I like quiet a bit - and "Inferno" (which I did not reallycare for) of Argento's filmography.

Any recommandations when I mainly liked the music and the great colors of "Suspiria"?
None of Argento's film are as stylistic as SUSPIRIA or INFERNO. That doesn't mean they're not good, but in terms of visual style they are separate.
DEMONS, although not directed by Argento has tinted scenes and was presented by Argento.
For me an Argento film has a style that is his own. Extended death scenes, gore and imaginative camera work, mixed with great musical choices.
No one kills like Agrento. TENEBRE has some great sequences - like a nightmare.
OPERA is soo clever. PHENOMINA is almost fantasy. DEEP RED, BRID WITH THE CRYSTAL PLUMAGE is more giallo.
It depends on what kind of story you like as well.
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I have only seen "Suspiria" - which I like quiet a bit - and "Inferno" (which I did not reallycare for) of Argento's filmography.

Any recommandations when I mainly liked the music and the great colors of "Suspiria"?
The only other time IMO where the visuals and music collided as well as they did for an Argento movie as was the case with Suspiria for me is "Deep Red" (A.k.a Profondo Rosso). Goblin shares the scoring credit with Giorgio Gaslini to great effect.
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Just watched the UHD for the first time in English mono. Did anyone else notice a lot of distortion baked into the soundtrack? Whenever high frequency sounds play at relatively high volumes, I heard a lot of crackling.
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None of Argento's film are as stylistic as SUSPIRIA or INFERNO. That doesn't mean they're not good, but in terms of visual style they are separate.
DEMONS, although not directed by Argento has tinted scenes and was presented by Argento.
For me an Argento film has a style that is his own. Extended death scenes, gore and imaginative camera work, mixed with great musical choices.
No one kills like Agrento. TENEBRE has some great sequences - like a nightmare.
OPERA is soo clever. PHENOMINA is almost fantasy. DEEP RED, BRID WITH THE CRYSTAL PLUMAGE is more giallo.
It depends on what kind of story you like as well.
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Old 05-30-2019, 01:08 AM   #212
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I have only seen "Suspiria" - which I like quiet a bit - and "Inferno" (which I did not reallycare for) of Argento's filmography.

Any recommandations when I mainly liked the music and the great colors of "Suspiria"?
Even many Argento fans didn't care "Inferno". It didn't make much sense even for an Argento film. I loved Tenebre and Phenomena. Most of his films before Opera were pretty good. I liked Opera too, but that was the last Argento movie I liked.
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Old 05-30-2019, 01:05 PM   #213
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I like Inferno a good deal, mainly because it almost feels like a self conscious parody of Suspiria. It's still not near as good though.
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Old 06-14-2019, 10:56 AM   #214
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Has this sold out already?

https://www.amazon.it/Suspiria-Blu-R...gateway&sr=8-2
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Old 06-14-2019, 12:02 PM   #215
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It would appear it has. Unbelievable. I've got it for under 13,00 Euro last November.
But I'd think it will be back in stock, eventually. This Is the barebones edition after all, why would it go out of print?
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