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Let's watch "Suspiria"­ together!

I would like to get the group together and watch Suspiria (about the movie Below) Is one of my favorite movies and would like to know what the group thinks of it.

I reserved a room at Forest Room 5 [masked]th S Denver 80211) for Tuesday Nov 13 6:30pm ( for those who arrive early they have happy hour daily from 4:30 to 6:30, but I think we need the time to get there from work?) and I can rent the movie, the place has a room with a big screen and couches to have everyone watch comfortably. Hopefully 8 people or even more can gather.
They sell food and drinks the price is more or less moderate their site is http://www.forestroom5.com/

Suspiria is a 1977 Italian horror film, directed by Dario Argento and released on 1 February. It was co-written by Argento and Daria Nicolodi, produced by Claudio and Salvatore Argento and stars Jessica Harper, Stefania Casini, Alida Valli and Joan Bennett.
The film follows American ballet student Suzy Banyon (Harper) who transfers to a prestigious dance academy in Germany, only to discover that it is controlled by a coven of witches. The score was performed by progressive rock band Goblin. It is the first of the trilogy Argento refers to as "The Three Mothers", followed by Inferno and The Mother of Tears.
Suspiria has become one of Argento's most successful feature films, receiving critical acclaim for its visual and stylistic flair, use of vibrant colors and its soundtrack. It was nominated for two Saturn Awards: Best Supporting Actress for Joan Bennett in 1978 and Best DVD Classic Film Release in 2002. This was Bennett's final film.
It has since become a cult classic and a remake starring Isabelle Fuhrman is currently in pre-production, expected for release in 2013.

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  • Dawn

    Wish I could be there, tonight is our budget meeting for 2013 (which is silly as the world is ending next month but oh well)

    November 13, 2012

  • Dawn

    great idea! I hope I can make it not sure yet. Love this movie and have never heard of Forest Room 5

    November 7, 2012

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