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Many More U.S. Theater Dates for Uncut 35mm Italian ‘Suspiria’ Print!

As we learned last week, The Chicago Cinema Society has unearthed an incredibly rare 35mm print of Dario Argento’s Suspiria that they’re taking on tour beginning next month. Specifically, it’s the fully uncut Italian version of the classic film, which has been released to home video but has seldom been seen on the big screen.

The print was rescued from an Italian cinema that had closed down and the print had gone untouched in their storage area since 1977/78,” the CCS announced. “After a brief inspection to assess the overall condition of the print, it appears as if it had only been screened a handful of times at most. The print is in excellent physical condition with no substantial wear, uncut heads and tails, minimal fading and no vinegar syndrome.”

They added, “We were stunned to find that the print is a completely uncut 6-reel print with a run time of 98 minutes in Italian language.

Several new U.S. dates and locales have been added to the tour, which you’ll find below!

  • 7/28 – 7/30/2017: The Metrograph, New York City, NY
  • 8/11/2017: Roxie Theatre, San Francisco, CA
  • 8/23 – 8/25/2017: Gateway Film Center, Columbus, OH
  • 9/1/2017: The Denver Film Society, Denver, CO
  • 9/7/2017: The Michigan Theater, Ann Arbor, MI
  • 9/16/2017: The Belcourt Theatre, Nashville, TN
  • 10/14/2017: Coolidge Corner Theatre, Brookline, MA
  • 10/26 – 10/27/2017: Northwest Film Forum, Seattle, WA
  • Late Fall: Music Box Theatre, Chicago, IL
  • 11/18/2017: Alamo Drafthouse, Littleton, CO
  • 11/24/2017: Alamo Drafthouse, Yonkers, NY
  • 12/2/2017: Northwest Film Center, Portland, OR
  • 12/13/2017: Suy-Ray Cinema, Jacksonville, FL
  • 1/12/2018: Cinema Arts Centre, Huntington, NY
  • 1/18/2018: The Charles Theater, Baltimore, MD
  • 1/27/2018: Hollywood Theater, Pittsburgh, PA
  • 2/3/2018: Coral Gables Art Cinema, Miami, FL
  • 2/17/2018: The Little Theatre, Rochester, NY

In the meantime, check out some clips from the print below!



  • Oh fuck yeah, it’s coming to Pittsburgh!

  • Jersey J

    DAMN! No Philly or NJ?!?!?! Booooooooooo

    • Rich M.

      i know, right?! at least it’s coming to nyc. not THAT bad.

      • Jersey J

        True indeed. I might shoot up there to see it

  • remcycle

    Chicago it is!

  • Ocelot006 .

    Yay! Jacksonville! The city so nice, they named it Jacksonville.

    • zero2815

      I’m in daytona ill have to make the trip.

      • Ocelot006 .

        The theater it’s at Sun-Ray, just started a monthly thing where they show horror movies in 35mm. Saw Nightmare On Elm Street last week. Creepshow is next month. And then Texas Chainsaw in August.

  • The actress of the main picture looks like Emilia Clarke, I think Suspiria is a prequel of Game of Thrones.

  • Saltoner

    Where’s LA!?

  • redeyedjedi410

    Hey Baltimore!!!!

  • Seal Clubber

    I am going to say something controversial here. Of all the great horror out there I’ve watched over the years (I’m 42) I never got the hype around Susperia. It always seemed amateurish and boring to me …. but, that’s just me.

    • J Jett

      Seal, i’m with you. i don’t hate/dislike the movie but it’s just ok. i’ve seen it twice and i barely remember anything about it. it just didn’t make that much of an impression on me. i love Argento’s PHENOMENA w/ Jennifer Connelly over SUSPIRIA any day.

    • Brent Starnes

      Is there a point to reviewing the film at this moment in time

  • Rohan

    Fuck. Not in Texas

  • Matt Graupman

    Sweeeet! I’ve never seen it before and The Little in Rochester, NY is one of the theaters that’s going to screen it. That’s such a great theater; I’ve seen “XX,” “Raw,” and “The Void” there, just in the past few months alone.

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