8:30PM Encore Added to our SOLD OUT October 1 Screening of Dario Argento’s SUSPIRIA – New 4K Restoration by Synapse Films!

Easily our most-requested horror classic – especially over the last few months, thanks to buzz about an unearthed uncut version painstakingly restored by the good folks at Synapse Films – Dario Argento’s Suspiria finally comes to The Frida on Sunday, October 1 – kicking off a full month of horror classics at The Frida!  Our 7:30pm screening has already sold out! Get tickets to our 8:30pm encore before they’re gone at https://boxoffice.printtixusa.com/fridacinema/purchase?s=25548427!

20th Century Fox and Synapse Films have joined forces to allow for Synapse’s 4K DCP Restoration to see the light at art house cinemas, and we couldn’t think of a better film to open everyone’s favorite month of all things spooky!  Celebrating 40 Years as one of the genre’s most terrifying – and breathtakingly beautiful – classics, Argento’s 1977 chiller stars Jessica Harper as Suzy, an American dancer who travels to Germany to attend ballet school. When she arrives late on a stormy night, she is shocked to find herself knocking on the door without an answer, seeming to suggest the school is empty – except for the terrified-looking student she sees fleeing from the school and into the rainy dark.  Returning the next day (after the audience is treated to one of cinema’s most famously-constructed murders), Suzy is finally admitted to her new school, a gorgeous but menacing house of horrors filled with strange noises, stranger teachers, a terrifying secret history, and a rapidly increasing body count…

This fantastic new digital transfer also boasts a restored original 4.0 discrete surround mix, not heard since its original theatrical release – meaning every scream, and every pitch-perfect note by legendary band Goblin, will be heard as you’ve never heard it before! We’ve had our eyes on this one for a while, and we thank 20th Century Fox and Synapse Films for joining forces to ensure that Dario Argento’s uncut and restored vision is shared with horror lovers as it was meant to be screen – bright, vivid, bloody, and loud, on the big screen!

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