Jarod Borem’s review published on Letterboxd:
Probably my least favorite from Argento but nonetheless a very engaging, incredibly unique film. Honestly had no idea what to expect going into this. It’s definitely a spiritual sequel to Suspiria, very loosely tied together (and I think that worked to the film’s benefit). Beautifully shot, great score, moody atmosphere. It’s a lot of fun, just doesn’t amount to anything very special I suppose. Nothing stands out as being particularly spectacular here. More curious now than ever to see his loathed third installment to the trilogy, Mother of Tears.