An American exchange student at a ballet school in Italy encounters a coven of witches in Dario Argento’s “Suspiria.” While it isn’t necessarily scary, “Suspiria” is certainly one of the creepiest films I’ve ever had the pleasure of watching. A vibrant color scheme (this was the last movie ever processed in Technicolor), an evocative musical score by Goblin and a particularly noteworthy scene involving the re-animation of a corpse make “Suspiria” a nightmarish cinematic experience unlike any other. I’d rate this film as worth watching if only for the opening scene, which was so unbelievably brutal that it was removed for the American release. The lesson, as always: We live in the weakest, most badass country on earth.