We’re a week into October, and that means leaves are starting to fall, the smell of autumn is in the air, and horror movie marathons are on TV almost every night. When you’re watching your favorite horror films, it’s safe to say you’re likely not thinking too much about windows. Windows are more of an “in the background” element of movies, but they can portray a more powerful statement than you’d expect. Since it’s nearing Halloween, we’re showcasing some iconic windows in horror movies. After this blog post, we bet you’ll notice windows a lot more during scary scenes.

Suspiria Stained Window Sets Dramatic Death Scene


Suspiria is an Italian horror film that was released in 1977. It’s a menacing tale of witch craft gone horribly wrong, with ties to the occult existing within the ballet academy which the movie takes place.

The stained glass window near the beginning sets the tone for the entire film. This window is involved in one of the most brutal and shocking deaths in horror.

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