Jessica Harper (PHANTOM OF THE PARADISE) stars as Suzy Banyon, a young American ballet dancer who arrives at a prestigious European dance academy run by the mysterious Madame Blanc (Joan Bennett of DARK SHADOWS) and Miss Tanner (Alida Valli of KILLER NUN). But when a series of bizarre incidents and horrific crimes (including what Entertainment Weekly calls "the most vicious murder scene ever filmed") turn the school into a waking nightmare of the damned, Suzy must escape the academy's unspeakable secret of supernatural evil.
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Robinson portrays a middle-aged clothing store cashier whose life is tragically changed when he becomes involved with Kitty (Joan Bennett), a predatory manipulating woman. He is a quiet and mild-mannered man, but his wife is a total shrew and so his chance meeting with Kitty leaves him easy prey for her schemes, which pull him deeper and deeper into a world of crime and deception. Events take an unexpected turn and the ending is one of those neat twists that go against the usual formula. This was a controversial film in its day and was banned for some time, probably because of the eventual fate of Robinson's character. One of those moody, darkly shadowed dramas at which Lang excels. A remake of Jean Renoir's La Chienne, adapted by Dudley Nichols.
Suzy (Jessica Harper) and her fellow ballet students are dressing for dinner when many unwelcome guests appear in Dario Argento's Suspiria, 1977.
Ancient vampire Barnabas (Jonathan Frid) explaining affairs to reluctant aide Willie (John Karlen), interrupted by jealous new vampire Carolyn (Nancy Barrett), dying for the first time, in House Of Dark Shadows, 1970.
Sara (Stefania Casini) and Suzy (Jessica Harper) are conspiring and being watched in the elegant pool at the ballet school in Dario Argento's Suspiria, 1977.
On her first day at rehearsal, Suzy (Jessica Harper) has a weird encounter in a red hallway then can't keep up in a session led by Miss Tanner (Alida Valli) in Dario Argento's Suspiria, 1977.
Blind pianist Daniel (Flavio Bucci) has the Konigzplatz in Munich all to himself for his final scene in director Dario Argento's Suspiria, 1977.
Miss Tanner (Alida Valli) and Miss Blank (Joan Bennett) are introduced as Suzy (Jessica Harper) visits her new ballet academy in director Dario Argento's Suspiria, 1977.
After an eventful credit sequence, Daphne (Lisa Richards), secretary to Elizabeth (Joan Bennett), leaves Collinwood on foot, is attacked, then rescued by Jeff (Roger Davis), in House Of Dark Shadows, 1970.
Dancer Pat Hingle (Eva Axen) flees in a rainstorm to the apartment of her friend Sonia (Susanna Javicoli) where she is further spooked in Dario Argento's Suspiria, 1977.
Subjective camera introducing presumably benign Barnabas (Jonathan Frid), who meets Collins cousins (Joan Bennett, Louis Edmonds, Nancy Barrett) and doctor friends (Thayer David, Grayson Hall), early in House Of Dark Shadows, 1970.
In this sequel to The Father of the Bride, newly married Kay Dunstan announces that she and her husband are going to have a baby, leaving her father to have to come to terms with the fact that he will soon be a grandfather.
Sarah Miller (Florence Henderson), known to her grandchildren as 'Nanny,' is still slim and athletic in her early seventies. She's a successful author, feisty, intellectual and full of fun.
Feature film version of the popular TV serial involving a vampire's quest for a cure to marry a lovely mortal.
Vampire Barnabas Collins is released from his prison and searches for a cure to his affliction, so he can marry the incarnation of his lost love.
Humphrey Bogart plays one of his rare comedy roles in this jaunty excursion about three convicts - Joseph (Bogart), Albert (Aldo Ray) and Jules (Peter Ustinov) - who are plotting their escape from Devil's Island. Fate intervenes when they hide out with kindly, but inept Felix (Leo G. Carroll) and his family. Felix manages a store for his arrogant cousin Andre (Basil Rathbone), who makes the fatal mistake of stealing Albert's pet, a poisonous snake. After resolving Felix's problems, the convicts return to prison, convinced that the world is much too wicked. Based on the play by Albert Husson.
In Christmas, three prisoners - Joseph, Albert and Jules - escape from the Devil's Island to a small coastal town in France. They decide to rob a store to get some money and clothes and travel by ship to another place
Three convicts escape from Devil's Island and arrive at a nearby French colonial town. Initially they plan to steal supplies and clothing from the local store, but they take a liking to the store owner's family (more specifically his attractive daughter) and decide to stay and help them overcome many difficulties.
Barnabas Collins intensifies his relationship with governess, Victoria Winters, who resembles his lost-love for when he is cured from his vampirism.
Threatening the jailer with a gun, Peter leads Victoria from her cell, but she is wounded as she escapes.
In the Old House, Bathia’s spell is interrupted by a visit from Naomi. Bathia is consumed by flames.
Joshua realizes the truth about Barnabas and insists he be hidden in the tower room at Collinwood.
At Nathan’s urging, Joshua goes to the Old House and is devastated to witness Barnabas rising from his coffin.
Nathan discovers Maude’s body and promises to help Trask dispose of it in return for Trask’s help.
After Barnabas kills Maude, Trask is shocked to find her dead body lying in his bed.
While attacking Maude Browning, a waterfront streetwalker, Barnabas accidentally drops his cane.
Barnabas learns of Victoria’s predicament and vows to avenge the unjust decision against her.
Victoria testifies in court. A guilty verdict is announced and she is sentenced to be hanged as a witch.
As a final effort to save her, Peter urges Victoria to tell the truth about herself, despite the risk.
At the trial, Ben reveals that Angelique is a witch, but she soon materializes and condemns Victoria.
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