The colorful fight scene between Bambi and Ronno is visually referenced.
The indentations in the bed Helena Markos lies on, as well as her voice (similar to "Mother"'s)
Multiple stabbings and dog attack scenes are referenced.
Some of the scenes in Maniac has Suspiria-like brought colors which is a homaged to that film.
Broken window scene.
Many references throughout: the glowing eyes scene, the bat attack, the creature living beneath the house who cries like a child, etc.
Dog attack scene.
Stegman's death very much resembles Pat's: Both crash through a decorative glass roof and then get strangled by a rope. Also, both films deal with the relationship between authorities and teenagers and make allusions to fascist aesthetics and behaviour.
Brutal first killing from "Suspiria" is referenced.
First murder from "Suspiria" is referenced.
Second murder from "Suspiria" is referenced.
The appearance of the school, the secret room where pupils assemble
Video case is shown in a video store.
Poster seen in Michael's room.
this film is referred to several times.
References the barbed-wire scene
A character mentions the film.
A later part of the game takes place in a highrise building with different businesses located on various floors. One of the businesses is a ballet studio owned by one "Madame Blanc". This is a reference to a character (and the setting) of the Dario Argento horror film Suspiria (1977).
During Nemo's initiation in the fish tank, one of the fish's chanting is the witch's chant from the Suspiria soundtrack.
Makes the countdown, is talked about.
The way Tarantino shot and used colours in the taxi scene he directed in Sin City with Dwight and Jackie Boy in the car. In both cases we see people driving late at night with a multitude of red-, green- and blue-coloured lights being reflected on their faces.
Video case is shown.
The "pool of needles" is a reference/homage to the barbed wire-room in Suspiria.
It is mentioned in a magazine. Also, posters and t-shirts are shown.
Video case is shown.
The school is run by witches and an innocent girl stumbles upon them similiar to that of Suspiria.
Felissa Rose mentions it. Also, photograph is shown.
mentioned by crew member
Cited by director Edgar Wright as inspiration for the "Don't" trailer.
Juno and Mark debate the merits of this movie
The character of Suzy Bannion (played in Suspiria by Jessica Harper) is directly referenced as having killed Mater Suspiriorum "many years ago".
There's a scene with a guy carving words in a corpse and one of them was "Suspiria"
Hans Zimmer's score directly quotes passages from Goblin's score for classic Italian horror film Suspiria on several occasions related to the Illuminati.
Certain shots, lighting & sound effects are homage to Suspiria
frequent use of unmotivated green and red lights
Video case is shown.
Snob wonders if Satan's School for Girls came before or after this film.
The film's theatrical poster is shown.
Dario lists this as one of his favorite films
Gabe wants to watch "Suspira" with Erin.
Posters of the fim are hanging in the office.
It is mentioned in a magazine.
a copy of the 25th anniversary DVD is visible on Kirby's shelf; it is also mentioned in a discussion between Charlie and Kirby
The ballet school from Suspiria is referenced.
Video store customer praises director Dario Argento
Buttons on the teleport device play the theme music from Suspiria
The title of the Italian horror film appears as a logo on the side of a vending machine
Mentioned by Nicolás Alvarado as the most recent horror film he has seen
Ansel Faraj has claimed that some of the characters of 'Doctor Mabuse' are connected to the witches of 'Suspiria'
Manuel mentions it.
Both films use vivid red lighting to create an intense atmosphere.
The use of extreme colors throughout.
features footage from this
clips from thes movie are featured and discussed during dario argentos' interview
Clips are shown.
"Something to Scream About" is a documentary that references (and features) a wide variety of motion pictures as actresses discuss being in the B-Movie business.
A short film clip is shown
This film was featured in this episode.
Documentary about German cinema of the 50s and 60s and its successors
Theatrical trailer shown
Clips seen and discussed