I sat down with the Anchor Bay W/S print of Suspiria last night. It was the first time I'd seen the film in at least ten years - I had a PD print I'd picked up cheap but only watched the first five or ten minutes of it before giving up in disgust... Anyway, I remember running out and buying Goblin's soundtrack album after first seeing the film in the '70s, and the music again struck me as a real high point in the production. Jessica Harper's wide-eyed innocence is compelling as well. Argento's direction has some really neat touches and there's some great cinematography, though some might find the odd camera trick a little distracting... Over all, it wasn't quite as good as I remembered it - some of the dubbing was pretty second rate, and there are plot holes aplenty - but it is still a worthwhile ride.