Drag Me to Hell

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By on January 14, 2010

Category: Horror
All Genres: Horror, Thriller
Release Year: 2009
Country: USA
Runtime: 99
Rating: (0)
Languages: English, Spanish
Director: Sam Raimi
Sound: SDDS, Dolby Digital, DTS

  • Christine Brown has a good job, a great boyfriend, and a bright future. But in three days, she's going to hell.
  • Even nice people can go to hell.

  • Writing by: Sam Raimi – (written by) &
    Ivan Raimi – (written by)

    Produced by: Grant Curtis – producer
    Joshua Donen – executive producer
    Joseph Drake – executive producer
    Nathan Kahane – executive producer
    Ivan Raimi – associate producer
    Sam Raimi – producer
    Cristen Carr Strubbe – co-producer
    Robert G. Tapert – producer

    Cast: Alison Lohman – Christine Brown
    Justin Long – Clay Dalton
    Lorna Raver – Sylvia Ganush
    Dileep Rao – Rham Jas
    David Paymer – Jim Jacks
    Adriana Barraza – Shaun San Dena
    Chelcie Ross – Leonard Dalton
    Reggie Lee – Stu Rubin
    Molly Cheek – Trudy Dalton
    Bojana Novakovic – Ilenka Ganush
    Kevin Foster – Milos

    Music: Christopher Young
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    Plot Outline: A loan officer ordered to evict an old woman from her home finds herself the recipient of a supernatural curse, which turns her life into a living hell. Desperate, she turns to a seer to try and save her soul, while evil forces work to push her to a breaking point.
    Plot: Christine Brown is responsible for loans in a bank and expects to be promoted to the open position of assistant manager after dealing a big contract. However, the new hire Stu Rubin is a collusive coworker that scheming against Christine to be selected by the manager Mr. Jacks to the position. When Mrs. Ganush, an old gypsy with appearance of witch that has been evicted by the bank, requests a third extension of her mortgage, Mr. Jacks tells Christine that it is her call. Christine denies the loan to prove her boss that she can take tough decisions. Mrs. Ganush begs for the loan but Christine shames the woman calling the security. In the night, Christine is stalked by Mrs. Ganush in the parking lot and they struggle. Out of the blue, Mrs, Ganush removes a button from Christine's coat, curses it, returns the button to her and vanishes. Later, while going home with her psychologist boy-friend Clay Dalton, they pass by the fortune teller Rham Jas, and Christine decides to consult him. He advises her that Christine has the fiend Lamia, the Black Goat, upon her. When Christine is haunted by the dark spirit during the night, at home, she tries to fix the situation releasing the loan of Mrs. Ganush.

    Movie Quotes: Christine Brown: It's a harvest cake.

    Crazy Credits: We know about 1 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
    The 1980's Universal logo is used in the opening credits

    Goofs: We know about 8 goofs. Here comes one of them:
    Continuity: Mrs. Ganush first appears to have horrible fingernails, long and brown. The next scene with her begging shows a manicured white, clean set of nails.

    Trivia: There are 15 entries in the trivia list – like these:

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