I think Argento is class in his field. Lucio Fulci is the schlockmeister. I'm only interested in seeing if you have a rant on him. Argento has falled somewhat from grace with his last 4 films, but in his prime he was an amazing filmmaker. And hey, if you don't like Suspiria, as far as I'm concerned- you are NOT a horror fan. You can say whatever you want about Argento, because you're right in a sense, though only in a part of his career pre-Deep Red and post-Trauma. But if you don't see Suspiria for the classic it is, then you and I have nothing to say to each other. I feel THAT strongly about it. And I'm right, Suspiria is the greatest surprise to come out of horror, the little Eurohorror film that could. Only actually it's not so little, which is why I'll always defend it's quality- it's kind of larger than life.Sinister said:First of all, Suspiria: I've said it once, and I'll say it again: **** THE ITALIAN SCHLOCKMEISTERS! Any remake could only improve Boregento and his compadre's flicks; unless it's made by another schlockmeister. Quite possibly the most overrated Horror film directors--EVER.