"Inferno," was directed by the great Italian horror director, Dario Argento. It's part of his "Three Mothers Trilogy," the first being the hit horror film, "Suspiria." Basically each film deals with one of these "Mothers," and in the film, "Inferno," the sister Tenebrarum is the main evil sister though you get to see Lachrymarum, the most beautiful one in the film also. So basically this 1980 supernatural has a brother of a woman missing investigate the New York apartment she is in.
The cast in the film is, Irene Miracle, Leigh McCloskey, Eleonora Giorgi, Daria Nicolodi and Alida Valli. Some called this an underrated movie while other critics gave "Inferno," a less happily review than "Suspiria." "Inferno," is a dazzling movie, it's gory, creepy, and intriguing. We've told about the Three Mothers and the ones who know keep getting killed off by masked shadowy people. They die horrible deaths, from cats, stabbings, fire, etc, it's very intense and makes your skin crawl.
What makes this film a real treat is not quite the plot as it is the soundtrack. Argento is known for two things good soundtracks and visually stunning film settings. He shows horrible things but yet in a colorful matter. This film in particular, the apartments are stunning but inside them they may look chic but deadly things happen to the residents. The reasoning is sinister on why these apartments and places are filled with horror and death.
Overall "Inferno," isn't a bad Italian horror film, the acting is good for the film. There are some low points but it mostly is intriguing and keeps your heart racing. Makes you wonder who is the witch that occupied the apartment? Nobody is save in the movie and it's up to our main character to solve the mystery. 4/5 stars!