Inferno (1980)


The movie Inferno (1980) is an Italian supernatural horror film written and directed by Dario Argento. It is the second installment in Argento’s “Three Mothers” trilogy, following Suspiria (1977). The film follows a young woman named Rose Elliot, played by Irene Miracle, who discovers a book called “The Three Mothers” in her New York City apartment building. The book reveals the existence of three powerful witches who reside in different cities around the world.

The movie Inferno (1980) focuses on Rose’s investigation into the mysterious disappearances and deaths that are connected to the witches. As she delves deeper into the secrets of the building, she uncovers a hidden underground lair and encounters supernatural forces. With the help of her brother Mark, played by Leigh McCloskey, Rose must confront the ancient evil.

The movie Inferno (1980) is known for its surreal and atmospheric visuals, vibrant color palette, and haunting score by Keith Emerson. It explores themes of witchcraft, mythology, and the power of ancient evil. The film’s narrative is nonlinear and dreamlike.


  • Irene Miracle as Rose Elliot
  • Leigh McCloskey as Mark Elliot
  • Eleonora Giorgi as Sara
  • Daria Nicolodi as Elise Stallone
  • Alida Valli as Carol


  • Inferno (1980) is the second installment in Dario Argento’s “Three Mothers” trilogy, which also includes Suspiria (1977) and The Mother of Tears (2007).
  • The film’s production faced challenges, including budget constraints and difficulties with the special effects.
  • Inferno (1980) features stunning cinematography by Romano Albani and showcases Argento’s signature visual style.



Last updated byAnonymous on November 1, 2023