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Inferno 1980

Rose (Irene Miracle), a young poet, uncovers a terrifying secret in the apartment building in which she lives - unbeknownst to the other inhabitants, the building is controlled by evil forces laying in wait to destroy the world. When Rose goes missing, her brother Mark (Leigh McCloskey) comes to investigate...

Release Date:April 2nd, 1980
Running Time:107 minutes
Directed By:
Dario ArgentoDario Argento
Written By:
Dario ArgentoDario Argento
No image existsDaria Nicolodi
No image existsThomas De Quincey
No image existsLeigh McCloskey
No image existsIrene Miracle
No image existsDaria Nicolodi
No image existsSacha PitoŽff
No image existsAlida Valli
No image existsVeronica Lazar
No image existsGabriele Lavia
No image existsFeodor Chaliapin Jr.
No image existsAnia Pieroni
No image existsPaolo Paoloni
No image existsRyan Hilliard
No image existsEleonora Giorgi
No image existsLeopoldo Mastelloni
No image existsJames Fleetwood
No image existsRosario Rigutini

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Inferno Movie Review by Movie Addict (2/24/2008)

Inferno was one of the 74 films banned in Britain. This "video nasty" was re-released with 20 seconds cut in 1993.

Listening to Dario Argento in an interview, he seemed to most proud of this work. His fans describe it as his "least accessible" film. The interpretation is "difficult." The film is "cryptic." All of that...

(complete Inferno review by Movie Addict)

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