Suspiria, LE or CE?

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  1. willyh

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    I noticed there are two versions of this Italian Horror movie, the Collectors edition and the Limited Edition. What is the difference besides the $10 price delta? Any thoughts on the merits of the movie itself? I have not seen it, but am interested from the on-line comments and the 4 star rating at "allmovie.com". Thanks.
     
  2. Jeff Ulmer

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    One is a three disc set with the soundtrack, the other isn't. I assume the LE has the soundtrack.
    (Corrected CE to LE)!
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  3. Matthew Chmiel

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    The LE includes an hour long documentary and the soundtrack.
    The CE doesn't include the hour long documentary and the soundtrack.
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  4. Bob_L

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    Suspiria is a classic Italian horror/gore movie. The story? Well, like in most movies directed by Dario Argento, the story really isn't important -- or very logical.
    What works are the great visuals, the brain-thumping musical score and the demented situations. May be a little slow moving for modern tastes -- particularly in the second half -- but if you like weird horror, it may be in the zone for you.
     
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