Austin Lord’s review published on Letterboxd:
Upon rewatching this film, I’ve come to the realization that this isn’t actually as good as I remembered it. The neon coloration is great to look at and the score is also good at setting the tone. Once you get past the colors and score, the film ends up being paper thin. With a weak story, bad acting, and horrible dubbing, this film is honestly not as great as I thought it was. I enjoy how strange everything in this is, it’s like this film takes place on another planet, but I wish Suspiria would’ve developed that aspect a little bit more.