Drag Me to Hell

Christine Brown has a good job, a great boyfriend, and a bright future. But in three days, she's going to hell.

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Podcast Release Date:
Apr 25, 2013

Individual Movie Series

A bonus review tying into Now Playing’s Spring Donation Drive!

After a series of blockbuster, large-scale films director Sam Raimi returned to his horror roots with Drag Me to Hell. While there is no cabin, no necronomicon, and no deadites, this film feels very much like an Evil Dead movie with geysers of blood and a main character put through physical and psychological torment. Now as a bonus review, Arnie, Jakob, and Stuart are dragged to hell to face the Lamia. Does this film have the impact of Raimi’s earlier, more raw horror films? Listen to find out, then DONATE to Now Playing before June 30, 2013 to hear our Spring Donation Drive bonus reviews of all the Evil Dead films as well!

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Movie Details

Individual Movie Reviews
Original Title
Drag Me to Hell
Drag Me to Hell
Sam Raimi
Grant Curtis, Robert Tapert
Sam Raimi, Ivan Raimi
Alison Lohman, Justin Long, Lorna Raver, Dileep Rao, David Paymer, Adriana Barraza, Chelcie Ross, Reggie Lee, Molly Cheek, Bojana Novaković, Kevin Foster, Alexis Cruz, Ruth Livier, Shiloh Selassie, Flor de Maria Chahua, Christopher Young, Ricardo Molina, Fernanda Romero, Joanne Baron, Ted Raimi, Ali Dean, Octavia Spencer, Mia Rai, Bill E. Rogers, Cherie Franklin, Olga Babtchinskaia, Alex Veadov, Bonnie Aarons, Emma Raimi, Michael Peter Bolus, Peter Popp, Scott Spiegel, Bridget Hoffman, Tom Carey, Lia Johnson, Jay Gordon, Henry Raimi, Lorne Raimi, Chloe Dykstra, Nick Vlassopoulos, John Paxton, Irene Roseen, Aimee Miles, Art Kimbro, Sam Raimi
1 h 39 min
Release Date
15 March 2009
Horror, Thriller
After denying a woman the extension she needs to keep her home, loan officer Christine Brown sees her once-promising life take a startling turn for the worse. Christine is convinced she's been cursed by a Gypsy, but her boyfriend is skeptical. Her only hope seems to lie in a psychic who claims he can help her lift the curse and keep her soul from being dragged straight to hell.

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