Ray Hewitt’s review published on Letterboxd :
Suspiria is a notorious wonder of a film. It stands alone in Argento's ouvre as his most famous creation. Or is it his most popular? It's hard to say why it's unique though. It shares all the other films similar attributes. namely: blood/color gels/abrupt edits/jump-cuts/and vulnerable victims who fall prey to gruesome deaths. But it still has something extra. A little bit of mystery that keeps it imminently re-watchable. The music by Goblin fits perfectly too! Although I still flinch at the falling maggots! Yeah, he could have left that little bit out!