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== Home Video ==
 
== Home Video ==
''Suspiria'' was first released to home video on [[VHS]] format in [[1988]] by Magnum Entertainment. It was released again on [[March 24th]], [[1998]] by Fox Lorber and again in [[1989]] in [[Canada]]. It was released to [[DVD]] on region 2 format on [[October 25th]], [[2000]]. The cover art for this version showed twin images of Jessica Harper's character Suzy Bannion side by side with one another. Another region 2 version, ASIN: B00004CZSQ, was re-issued on [[October 28th]], [[2002]]. The cover art to this version featured the standard black background with a ballet dancer standing in a pool of blood. This version was produced by A-Films.
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''Suspiria'' was first released to home video on [[VHS]] format in [[1988]] by Magnum Entertainment. It was released again on [[March 24th]], [[1998]] by Fox Lorber and again in [[1989]] in [[Canada]]. It was released to [[DVD]] on region 2 format on [[October 25th]], [[2000]]. The cover art for this version showed twin images of Jessica Harper's character Suzy Bannion side by side with one another. Another region 2 version, ASIN: B00004CZSQ, was re-issued on [[October 28th]], [[2002]]. The cover art to this version featured the standard black background with a ballet dancer standing in a pool of blood. This version was produced by A-Films.
   
The film was released again on region 1 format as part of the [[Dario Argento]] Collection by [[Anchor Bay Entertainment]] and [[Starz Entertainment]] on [[September 11th]], [[2001]]. The 3-disc Limited Edition region 1 boxset of ''Suspiria'' was released by Anchor Bay and Starz on this date as well. Special features on this DVD set include television and radio spots, a music video to "Daemonica" by Goblin, a still gallery; a 25th Anniversary featurette (running time 52 min.) and the original Goblin soundtrack on disc 3.
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The film was released again on region 1 format as part of the [[Dario Argento]] Collection by [[Anchor Bay Entertainment]] and [[Starz Entertainment]] on [[September 11th]], [[2001]]. The 3-disc Limited Edition region 1 boxset of ''Suspiria'' was released by Anchor Bay and Starz on this date as well. Special features on this DVD set include television and radio spots, a music video to "Daemonica" by Goblin, a still gallery; a 25th Anniversary featurette (running time 52 min.) and the original Goblin soundtrack on disc 3.
   
A 2-disc Special Edition of ''Suspiria'' was released by Blue Underground on [[September 25th]], [[2007]]. Disc one special features include the original theatrical trailer, TV and radio spots, the "Daemonica" music video, talent biographies and a featurette containing interviews with director [[Dario Argento]], co-writer [[Daria Nicolodi]], cinematographer Luciano Tovoli, actress Jessica Harper, actress Stefania Casini, actor [[Udo Kier]] and the band Goblin.
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A 2-disc Special Edition of ''Suspiria'' was released by Blue Underground on [[September 25th]], [[2007]]. Disc one special features include the original theatrical trailer, TV and radio spots, the "Daemonica" music video, talent biographies and a featurette containing interviews with director [[Dario Argento]], co-writer [[Daria Nicolodi]], cinematographer Luciano Tovoli, actress Jessica Harper, actress Stefania Casini, actor [[Udo Kier]] and the band Goblin.
   
 
== Notes & Trivia ==
 
== Notes & Trivia ==
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* Is considered "One Of The Scariest Movies Of All Time!" by ''Entertainment Weekly'' magazine.
 
* Is considered "One Of The Scariest Movies Of All Time!" by ''Entertainment Weekly'' magazine.
   
* This is the fifth film directed by [[Dario Argento]]. He previously directed ''[[Deep Red (1975)|Deep Red]]'' in [[1975]]. His next film is ''[[Inferno (1980)|Inferno]]'', which was released in [[1980]].
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* This is the fifth film directed by [[Dario Argento]]. He previously directed ''[[Deep Red (1975)|Deep Red]]'' in [[1975]]. His next film is ''[[Inferno (1980)|Inferno]]'', which was released in [[1980]].
   
* Actress [[Joan Bennett]] is also known for playing the role of [[Elizabeth Collins Stoddard]] on the [[1960s]] gothic soap opera ''[[Dark Shadows (1966 TV Series)|Dark Shadows]]''.
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* Actress [[Joan Bennett]] is also known for playing the role of [[Elizabeth Collins Stoddard]] on the [[1960s]] gothic soap opera ''[[Dark Shadows (1966 TV Series)|Dark Shadows]]''.
   
* A poster from ''Suspiria'' is briefly seen in the ''[[Masters of Horror (TV Series)|Masters of Horror]]'' episode [[Masters of Horror: Pelts|"Pelts"]], which was also directed by [[Dario Argento]].
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* A poster from ''Suspiria'' is briefly seen in the ''[[Masters of Horror (TV Series)|Masters of Horror]]'' episode [[Masters of Horror: Pelts|"Pelts"]], which was also directed by [[Dario Argento]].
   
 
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