Ash’s review published on Letterboxd:
Watching this on Blu-Ray literally changes everything.
Sure, it's not as complete of a package as Suspiria (Goblin is notably missed) but this is still a perfectly bizarre film from the aesthetic master of horror Dario Argento.
In fact, this is probably his best looking film, not a small statement given the visual quality he afforded us in the 70s and 80s.
I also actually really appreciate the fragmentary nature of the film and the minimal dialogue. The focus here is strictly aesthetic, rendering Inferno a brave and bold experimental sequel.
And probably one of the best sequels in cinema history.