Dario Argento's Suspiria is some of the most frightening celluloid in the history of motion pictures. No lie. The Italian prog-rock band Goblin, who worked with the horror master on numerous classics, deserve a lot of the credit. Usually, a movie's score loses its impact when listened to in the abstract. But Goblin's exquisite tapestry of cries, shrieks, synths and pinprick percussion only grows more sinister, as the mind is inspired to explore the darkness that lies beyond Argento's vision.