Pretty good not bad awful excellent
I liked it
This has to be one of the most under-rated films in movie history or at least up there with them. After Suspiria many expected more of the same and was shocked and put off by the change of pace but personaly I belive Argento delivered a better film that gave the chills but also thu the change of tone opened up the mythogy wider instead of just remaking Susprira of which would had made it worse. In this semi-sequel A lady called Rose buys a book that is connected to the buliding she lives in and calls in her brother Mark when she discovers more then she counted on doing a bit of Nancy drew work of her own. Both discover that Madame blanch had sisters and they are not as restained as her when it comes to death dealing and must try to survive. Brillaint acting by all the direction is 1st rate setting the same nightmarish setting the 1st film had but focusing more on the alchemy side of things as well as motive of which was Susprira's biggest flaw. There are plenty of cats around for the lovers of them but one scene is nasty and might offend. There is some violence but fairly restrained for Argento but still well done with awesome effects and some interesting camera placements esp. one placed under a cat's chin while eating meat. Some might think the ending is weak but I seen it as old styled and still brill. Argento and horror fans shall love this and should give this film a 2nd chance as it def worth the rental and view as its better then most remakes these days regardless of age.