Several years ago I purchased a copy of Dario Argento's Suspiria without ever having seen it. I was compelled by the blurbs on the back of the DVD case which compared it to The Texas Chain Saw Massacre and defined it as one of the greatest horror films ever made. After watching it however, all I could say about it was that it was a bad movie, done in a really interesting way. Even if the movie didn't quite add up to the sum of its parts, Argento has a knack for maintaining an air of visceral psychedelia.
Fans of modern horror should already be familiar with Argento, as well as his daughter, Asia, who has worked alongside her father in the past while garnering a reputation all her own. Her latest movie, The Heart Is Deceitful Above All Things, will be out July 15. The Guardian has an interesting interview with the 29-year-old about her bizarre family dynamics, and how it plays into both her real and celluloid life.