Christian’s review published on Letterboxd:
Now that's more like it! Back to the atmospheric lighting, the creepy architecture and most importantly: the witchcraft. Inferno is way less subtle than Suspiria and at the same time probably more accessible; which is just the other side of the same medaillon. The film only lost me a bit in its finale.
Actually I wanted to take a break from Argento, it really speaks for his strengths that I didn't. But now I have to, as I need to find a way around the fact that Tenebre is still banned in Germany - no wonder we are known in the world as such buzzkills, I get it now.