Summary: Once you get past its inherent silliness, Drag Me To Hell is a cheerfully bloody and sometimes even humorous horror movie. Sam Raimi harkens back to the Evil Dead movies with the emphasis on supernatural horror and random bits of comedy.
Excerpt: Director and Co-writer Sam Raimi returns too his horror-comedy roots only now with a bigger budget. The good news is most of Sami Raimi fans will be highly satisfied with "Drag Me to Hell". There is however, one very big disappointment: the ending.
Summary: This horror movie has a great pacing and really unique story. There's even a twist that you don't see coming, which is a nice departure from most other horror movies lately. The special features are cool, I even liked listening to the commentary to get some behind the scenes info.
Summary: Sam Raimi makes a welcome return to horror with a fun and silly horror comedy that is reminiscent of Raimi's Evil Dead series. The film uses its simple premise to unleash a barrage of jump scares, creative visual set pieces, and macabre humor.
Excerpt: Alison Lohmann plays Christine Brown, a loan officer who longs for the position of an assistant manager position. She is hoping to get a promotion, but faces competition from another, a male employee.
Excerpt: A young banker is cursed by an old gypsy woman and desperately tries to find a way to break the spell before she is consigned to the pit. Obviously owing much to the kinds of hokey horror compendium's produced by Hammer and the like, Drag Me To Hell is obviously Sam Raimi trying to return to his...
Excerpt: A child is taken by an unknown force from the ground. Christine Brown (Alison Lohman) gets bothered by a begging Mrs. Ganush to have her loan approved. Ganush curses Christine in a parking lot. Clay Dalton (Justin Long) aids Christine to meet a fortune teller named Rham Jas (Dileep Rao).