InfernoA young man (Leigh McCloskey) returns from Rome to his sister's (Irene Miracle) satanic New York apartment house. Together they investigate a series of killings in both locations where their resident addresses are the domain of two covens of witches.
Actors of "Inferno"
Characters of "Inferno"
Directors of "Inferno"Dario ArgentoBirthdate: 7 September 1940, Rome, Lazio, Italy
Creators of "Inferno"Dario ArgentoBirthdate: 7 September 1940, Rome, Lazio, Italy
Critic Reviews of "Inferno"CinePassionNovember 07, 2015
The most oneiric of Argento frightsOzus' World Movie ReviewsAugust 01, 2015
The narrative is incoherent, but the film's visual richness sustains it.Antagony & EcstasyOctober 30, 2012
Just because it's not A-list Argento, that does not mean it cannot be an effective surrealist horror film.Film Freak CentralOctober 30, 2011
second-tier stuffLittle White LiesSeptember 14, 2010
the ending, while certainly fulfilling the title's promise, disappoints with its cheap parlour tricks and cheesy Halloween costumery.ESplatterJuly 04, 2008
This film is a fascinating and frustrating phantasmagoria of the mysterious and the unexplained, a strange journey into realms beyond human understanding, where events happen without rhyme or reason, and little or no explanation is given.Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)June 15, 2003
Visually striking, utterly incoherent, largely enjoyable.Goatdog's MoviesFebruary 28, 2002
[Argento's] stories are not supposed to make sense, but we can at least ask them to be watchable.Slant MagazineDecember 04, 2001
More so than any other Argento film, this one is for the fans.
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