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Drag Me to Hell

2009
Suspense/Thriller
Horror
1h 39m
A loan officer who evicts an old woman from her home finds herself the recipient of a supernatural curse. Desperate, she turns to a seer to try and save her soul, while evil forces work to push her to a breaking point.
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Drag Me to Hell

2009
Suspense/Thriller
Horror
1h 39m
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Avg Percentile 46.86% from 4510 total ratings

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Rated 03 Jun 2009
90
96th
This is basically Sam Raimi's love letter to the '70s, from the old-school Universal logo card and beyond. Jump scares and blacker-than-black humor abound, usually at the same time. There's literally nothing not to like other than a slightly-overlong final act.
Rated 07 Jun 2009
80
75th
Oh man, it took me a while to make up my mind on what I thought about this movie. I thought, wow does this movie take itself seriously? But then I thought, wait a minute, its Sam Raimi. Truth be told, Drag Me to Hell is non stop entertainment. It makes you jump, it makes you laugh, it makes you cringe, and sometimes, that'll happen all in one scene. its a unique experience watching this movie. If you can loosen up, and decide not to take a movie seriously, this is one of the best in that field.
Rated 01 Jun 2009
3
38th
This is a damn fun and damn funny horror movie. In terms of scares, it doesn't offer much beyond the "jump and scream" variety, but it does those so damn well and it's so funny otherwise that it doesn't matter. A blast overall.
Rated 08 Jun 2009
80
88th
Rami returns to form in his "Looney Tunes" style of horror not seen since his early days. One thing's for sure I'm never going to so much as sneeze on a gypsy.
Rated 30 May 2009
44
24th
Don't buy into all the glowing reviews you read about "Drag Me to Hell". It IS NOT the best horror movie in the past decade. In my opinion, ITS NOT EVEN one the Top 100 horror flicks of the past 10 years. And for god's sake, let's hope it's NOT the future of horror!!! The script is weak, and the film lacks effective creation of tension. Sure, there's vomit being hurled from some mouths and into others, blood being sprayed, and insects being swallowed. . , but only one scene is truly exciting.
Rated 08 Jun 2009
63
61st
Formaldehyde-spouting corpses, overly intrusive flies and nosebleeds as geysers -- Sam Raimi, where have you been the last decade and a half? When Christine betrays her essential decency, her slippery moral decline is paralleled by the queasiest physical humor since Raimi's own horror heyday. The only thing missing is a certain S-Mart employee.
Rated 29 May 2009
7
68th
Fans of The Evil Dead series will love it. I love the campiness of it all. The ending is kickass (too bad they show it in the trailer) and if they ended it the way it was starting to go towards then it would've blown. My faith in Raimi is restored.
Rated 01 Jun 2009
87
74th
Remember this big Hollywood film in the 70s? It was made by Steven Spielberg and was supposed to be a flop in many terms. This film was called Jaws, and it's widely considered his best film ever. Sam Raimi has just discovered his Jaws.
Rated 02 Jun 2009
5
57th
Entertaining horror schlock, not "scary" at all, but campy and fun. Doesn't have nearly as many iconic moments as the Evil Dead movies, but Sam Raimi is still a full natural when it comes to the genre, there's plenty of laugh-out-loud gross-out moments, and Alison Lohman makes a good scream queen.
Rated 07 Jun 2009
0
1st
I have lost all respect for Rotten Tomatoes for giving this a 92% approval rating.
Rated 12 Jun 2009
8
84th
Why, oh why did Sam Raimi spend all those years making good 'Spider-Man' movies, when he could have been making amazing horror/comedy? "Drag Me to Hell" features bites and bile, blood and bugs, old women puking green liquids into the mouths of others, stabbings of eyes-in-pies and enough jump scares to last a movie year. Possibly not the best movie of 2009 (albeit close). But definitely the most enjoyable.
Rated 06 Feb 2010
39
34th
While hailed as the reinvention of the campy horror hilarity of the late 70s and early 80s, in reality this provides nothing but a contrived, jumbled and worn out mess of ancient scare tactics, strange gropes towards so called comedy and a morbid fascination with gastric juices. The ending is also predictable becoming guessable by the first quarter and blatantly obvious towards the end. I found it a forgettable, patchy and rather pointless escapade with one creepy yet strangely amusing goat.
Rated 09 Feb 2012
40
28th
'Thinner' rip-off, and a lesser movie to boot. For such a simple premise the road to hell sure is long and obstructed by redundant scenes. Meet the parents? With something bad in the cake? What, like that OTHER Stephen King adaptation? (A nasty fortune cookie at a social gathering, anyone?) Hey, maybe it's just some weird genetic feat that I don't have a phobia of possessed goats, but if you DARE postulate that this is Raimi's return to 'Army of Darkness' form, please come see me. Alone.
Rated 30 May 2009
76
64th
This movie is pretty cool. If you like Evil Dead you'll love this. If you didn't like Evil Dead, you probably won't like this. If you've never seen Evil Dead, but like fun, you'll still probably like this.
Rated 30 May 2009
85
80th
A very refreshing horror film. Walks a fine line between humor and horror without losing its intensity. The genre could use plenty more like it these days.
Rated 31 May 2009
82
81st
After nearly twenty years of ignoring his roots, Raimi finally returns with full force. In fact, this is so much in line with what people love about him that he even includes his brother in a role, just like old times. This movie includes some really scary stuff with the peppered in tongue-in-cheek humor that is so destinctive. I'm not sure if this entirely makes up for the Spiderman movies, but it's a good start.
Rated 01 Jun 2009
80
71st
If you enjoy life and all of the wonder that comes with being a human, you'll love Drag me to Hell.
Rated 01 Jun 2009
65
31st
I appreciate the throwback nature of it, the intro looked like something out of the 70s which I dug. But it seemed to me like DMTH was a second-tier Grudge, with the blatant A/V scares one would expect from such a flick. I'm sorry, but dancing demons and CGI demon-goats don't entertain me. That whole scene was just a little too "Michael Jackson's 'Thriller' video" for me. I was a fan for about a half-hour - the sequence in the car was fucking harsh and I dug it. After that... just fell apart.
Rated 06 Jun 2009
96
96th
From the classic Universal Pictures opening logo to the final Universal Studios end ad, every moment of this movie filled me with joy. The best horror movie since Evil Dead II, i guess that makes it the best horror movie I've ever seen in a theater. I love Spider-Man, but this is what Raimi should be doing. Absolutely terrifying and hilarious at the same time.
Rated 20 Feb 2011
83
79th
The film's best moments aren't in its madcap gore or goatman hallucinations, but in those hilariously awkward pauses before the storm: meeting the boyfriend's parents, or bringing a goat to a seance, or puking embalming fluid (OK, that one's not as subtle). Sure, it's not scary, but the plot and visual design reach dizzily dadaist levels of absurd greatness: Christine's selfishness leads to her curse, but it's Justin Long's coin collection that condemns her soul to eternal hellfire damnation.
Rated 11 Jun 2009
91
87th
beautific horror movie!
Rated 12 Jun 2009
74
85th
good movie
Rated 14 Jun 2009
60
50th
More gross-out than horrific, the comedy works better than the jump scares. Perhaps it's unfair to expect from inherently silly material but I would've liked it to be scarier. Still, the humor and mean-spiritedness was enjoyable. In the end this is all about Raimi's directorial style which is very imaginative and, with nothing special on the page, his inventive gags makes/saves the film.
Rated 10 Jul 2016
75
64th
Drag Me To Hell was a lot more interesting than I could have ever thought. Compared to the Evil Dead series, it's a tad lackluster, but it has an impeccably lovely lead, an interesting premise, and some really cool scenes that help Drag Me To Hell to stand on its own two feet, without as much as a crutch. Great film from the Raimi's.
Rated 05 Jul 2009
75
67th
Fucking roguish and vital and wicked! This is cheerful horror made with solemnity. There's some funny satirical subtext here, and there's alot of fun in all the horror. It's pretty similar to the Evil Dead films in spirit; absurd and proud in its morbid comedy (or comedic morbidity). I had a fun time.
Rated 22 Aug 2009
75
46th
my favourite part was when they dragged her to hell.
Rated 29 Aug 2009
90
79th
There is only one thing to say: Raimi goes back to his "bloody"roots. Thanks for this!! THE proof that it's not impossible to produce a good Horror Flick today. Terrific!
Rated 15 Jul 2014
80
73rd
Sam Raimi is an insane son of a bitch who probably shouldn't be making movies, but every one I see makes me so happy he is.
Rated 01 Mar 2010
25
17th
What a disappointment this was. The comedic horror is fantastic, and the interspersed scenes of Raimi goodness are often great. But the plot? Christ, Spider-Man 3 had a better story than this. Let's have an epic battle for our souls over a missing mortgage payment. Let's provide eternal punishment for someone doing their job. It makes no sense from the outset and it only gets worse throughout. Only watchable with your brain off, and I prefer to leave mine on. And I could do that with Evil Dead.
Rated 23 Sep 2009
8
79th
It was always going to be this sort of movie and Raimi pulls it off marvelously. Maybe not as scary or as funny as someone might want but the middle ground is a great place to be. Lohman and Long worked surprisingly well together also. I can only hope horror seekers watch this instead of some teenage camping trip gone wrong DUN DUN DUN.
Rated 07 Jul 2018
75
69th
The moral of this film is: Never Piss Off A Evil Possessed Gypsy !
Rated 29 May 2009
94
88th
Sam Raimi returns to top form with Drag Me to Hell, a frightening, hilarious, delightfully campy thrill ride.
Rated 01 Jun 2009
90
83rd
One hell of a fun movie. Watch this with a group of friends.
Rated 04 Jun 2009
77
72nd
It's corny as all hell, but this is Sam Raimi we're talking about here, so that's to be expected. The Brothers Raimi have written a script so campy it's borderline parody, and while the flick only offers jump-out and gross-out scares, they are pulled off so well that it's impossible not to enjoy the movie. It's another example of how fine craftsmanship can make even the most mundane genre cliches into something so awesomely entertaining. Great cast, great sound, great fun. Nice work, Sam.
Rated 04 Jun 2009
90
92nd
FUN
Rated 06 Jun 2009
85
75th
Another fun flick that does not let you down. Complete with Ramian humor and great gross out scenes!
Rated 27 Jan 2010
78
35th
Juvenile but entertaining. Raimi up to his old tricks. And his tricks are good ones.
Rated 12 Jun 2009
90
72nd
Raimi is back in top form.
Rated 14 Jun 2009
50
44th
It is without a doubt extremely entertaining. I still believe that with this agressive editing and insane volume, an episode of Friends would be quite as scary. And if you peel that away there is nothing left in this movie but a couple of semifunny jokes.
Rated 16 Nov 2012
90
63rd
This looked awful until I found out Sam Raimi was directing. It feels like his old Evil Dead trilogy, even though it isn't quite that much of a classic. The writing is funny and dreadful and the directing is just great. If you like Raimi this shouldn't be skipped.
Rated 09 Dec 2010
68
45th
So bad it's hilarious at times.
Rated 30 Jun 2009
36
10th
I think there is a difference between going back to your roots and rehearsing every horror cliché ever existed. ... With some questionabel humor, a terrible love affaire and a talking goat I think this doesn't deserve the credit.
Rated 09 Nov 2009
80
71st
With vampiric hunger I crave Raimi’s pointed irreverence
Rated 26 Jul 2009
90
91st
Its good to see Sam Raimi back in the horror film genre. This is a really great film as long as you realize what it is. If you think this movie was taking itself seriously and as a result, you take it seriously, you will hate it. But if you let go, and realize that this is Sam Raimi, you will love it. It uses the cheap making you jump scare tactic repeatedly, lots of moments that try to gross you out, and a lot of intentionally funny moments.
Rated 07 Jun 2012
74
69th
I love how this is basically Sam Raimi reminding everyone that he hasn't forgotten his roots after venturing into the mainstream. Basically a mash up of Night of the Demon and Evil Dead 2, but with gypsies, Drag Me to Hell is non-stop entertainment, there really is something here to please everyone. My only real criticism is that, while there is a nice balance between practical and digital, there is a bit too much CGI which feels out of place when the film is meant to be a retro throwback.
Rated 07 Aug 2009
78
83rd
Pure, mindless horror fun with extra savageness and kink (Sam Raimi seems to have a vomit fetish). Coincidently my 666th ranking I've made on this site.
Rated 13 Mar 2016
73
78th
Raimi's return to horror was not quite as groundbreaking as his early work, but it's probably the best Hollywood horror of the last decade--its influence can definitely be felt in films like Insidious--and it's a significant improvement over the tentpoles he has made since the early 00's. It's a ghoulish horror-comedy that operates in the old EC tradition of delivering sledgehammer morality with thrills and chills. Like Evil Dead, it's simultaneously scary and stupid (by design). Bravo!
Rated 11 Aug 2009
86
83rd
Disgusting and hilarious, in vintage Raimi fashion.
Rated 30 Nov 2009
8
71st
The shock of the ending makes me want to rate it higher than 8, damn 1 point scale. Anyways, great movie from Raimi, totally shows that Spider-Man 3 didnt destroy his talent for direction.
Rated 26 May 2012
70
37th
This deserves a category of its own-horror comedy? Horredy? Or Comor? In any case, I was just surfing through channels late one night when started watching this and sat through till the end, sometimes laughing out loud! And sometimes, terrorized to the bone! Nice one.
Rated 29 Sep 2018
35
14th
One of those rare films that I revisit and I realize its even worse than I remembered. Thank goodness the long reign of Justin Long in films is over.
Rated 17 Dec 2011
79
77th
Sam Raimi is back to his old tricks in this return to horror. I really enjoyed this movie and especially liked how it ended. Alison Lohman is good in the lead role. A must see for fans of Raimi's horror work
Rated 25 Aug 2009
91
81st
Raimi's comeback into the territory that made him famous is not exactly the horror epic many expected, it's actually quite intimate in its own way. He takes a basic, simple premise and then proceeds to turn it upside down for the most fun 90 minutes I have seen in quite a while. It's loud, it wants to gross you out every 5 minutes and it actually dares to be intelligent. Only quibble: That seance scene should have remained in the cutting room floor. Horrendously charming and not to be missed.
Rated 30 Aug 2009
60
57th
Looks like I watched a different film then all my top tci's. I didn't enjoy it too much. What's Raimi's obsession with putting stuff in her throat all the time? It's getting boring after a while. Also trying to scare with loud noises is cheap.
Rated 05 Sep 2009
85
88th
Sam Raimi shows that it is still great in the horror genre. A horror movie quite straight, it can be funny, disgusting, and despite all the unbelievable things, scary too. I hope he does more films like this.
Rated 06 Sep 2009
75
44th
Quite a fun horror movie that doesn't take itself too seriously. It's somewhat predictable and occasionally cheesy but for the most part the scares work, moves along at a good pace and Lohman and Long are enjoyable to watch.
Rated 27 Sep 2009
84
64th
This movie doesn't stop for a second, which is what makes it so exciting. The whole way through you buy everything from the supernatural to Allison Lohman having been a fat girl in the past (no matter how ridiculously unnecessary that was to even mention at all in the movie). The only faults this movie has is to how obvious the minor twist at the end is, the only person it fooled was the dumb main character.
Rated 09 Feb 2012
70
51st
The vengeful force of divine violence being set on a low level instrument of oppression rather than the mechanism of oppression itself.
Rated 10 Dec 2017
80
79th
CLASSIC Sam Raimi. While it's a bit lighter on humour than the Evil Dead movies (mainly due to the lead playing it straight) it could easily sit in the same universe. If that's your cup of tea you'll like it. If not, what the hell is wrong with you?
Rated 04 Oct 2009
61
62nd
Fun movie. But it felt like a long prologue to the main part that never came. Planet Terror keeps the status on my favorite retro horror flick.
Rated 16 Aug 2010
75
27th
Was slightly disappointed but Raimi has given us a good old fashioned type story. The characters were well written and the gore was good. The old gypsy lady was hysterical! Recommended, especially for Raimi fans.
Rated 08 Oct 2009
45
8th
Wow, this movie is all over the place. Some parts make you jump, while the rest are truly head scratchers. Overall, the bad far outweighs any redeeming qualities this film had. Instead of using the ice skates as a deadly weapon, we'll instead cut rope which is holding an anvil 15 feet up in the air. There wasn't one person that could act in this whole film, not one. I thought using really loud sounds to try and get scares were over. I could go on and on..
Rated 09 Oct 2011
50
47th
Drag Me To Hell is the type of horror film I rarely enjoy. It relies too heavily on jump scenes, which I just don't find fun. The twist ending didn't work, the comedic elements fell flat, and the actors looked awkward and wooden. There are moments where it's a decent ride, but in the end, it's too reliant on loud noises and quick cuts to truly terrify me.
Rated 06 Feb 2012
83
79th
Raimi's back! After moving away from horror (though Topher Grace was horrible in Spider Man 3), Raimi came storming back with a pg-13 movie that is as gross and frightening as a pg-13 movie had better be.
Rated 19 Oct 2009
100
99th
It is movies like this that make me love the horror genre. This was so much fun to watch. It had moments of creepiness, humor an awesome intro and was scary as hell. Almost all of the effects were awesome including the goat. It is nice to finally see a horror movie that is original and not a remake or a sequel. I thought that the acting was so much better than I thought it was going to be. There were moments of predictability, but I didn't care. If you are a horror fan, don't skip this.
Rated 29 Oct 2009
75
67th
What a stroke of subversive genius this was, fully packaged and presented as yet another CGI-laden horror-lite film for the preteen set. Adults will find this a pleasant little distraction despite its obvious flaws, but its clear aim is to twist a lot of impressionable young minds, like that cool uncle that showed you your first porno mag and totally didn't care if you drank beer in his garage.
Rated 20 Sep 2014
75
22nd
Just a good old fashioned fun time at the movies!
Rated 04 Jun 2009
73
76th
Sam Raimi return to horror/comedy form. Some over-the-top grossness, kinetic action and some solid scares. This trends more on the horror side, but the comedic notes are there. Love that it breaks away from the torture porn (Hostel, Saw) and scary girl (Ring, Grudge, Orphan) molds that have been saddling the horror genre.
Rated 10 Jun 2009
50
59th
The most fun I've had at the movies in a long time, but I don't think it will translate that well to the small screen.
Rated 02 Jun 2013
65
37th
This is a lot of fun but it feels a little empty. It's not got the most interesting look, there's a lot of screentime spent but not much in the way of thrills (although when the action does happen it's both exciting and funny) and I just didn't find it that threatening either. Although the movie does have a nice message it feels maybe a little heavy handed - and Lohman comes off as too nice for it to really work. Or she's not innocent enough for it to -really- work. Still fun though!
Rated 14 Jun 2009
89
90th
Hilarious movie!
Rated 28 Feb 2014
70
58th
It's obvious that there's a master at work here, although this movie is far from perfect. First off, and most importantly: this movie is very entertaining. It's a rollercoaster ride full of scares, dark comedy and campy gore, all blended in a very watchable way. It's a shame that there's a few instances where it loses its subtlety in the humor, relying too much on the slapstick aspect of it. Still, a very entertaining movie, and highly recommended if you're a fan of Raimi's old work.
Rated 05 Jun 2010
10
18th
Waste of time new age horror punctuated with one decent bit. Talking goat seance is dumb beyond belief. Nae watching this again.
Rated 12 Sep 2011
40
3rd
This felt less like Raimi returning to his roots and more like someone trying to ape his style and not quite getting it. You can't go home again.
Rated 22 Oct 2023
74
80th
It's Raimi; mixing horror and camp is perhaps what he most likes to do. It really works here, helped in no small part by Lohman's gutsy performance.
Rated 09 Nov 2009
78
57th
It had humour and some gross/scary old woman attacks, but the story and denouement were a bit too by-the-book. Fresher than the average standard of horror movie (which is pretty low) but doesn't break any new ground in the genre. Decent value for the early shocks/seat-jumps it delivers.
Rated 22 Jun 2009
78
72nd
Sam Raimi is back! if you're laughing, gasping and jumping out of your skin in the same time, you know you're in for a wild ride that only Sam Raimi can offer. The whole theater had a good time and despite it's a horror movie (with a pg-13 rating, unlike many torment-porns with serious attitude out there) everyone had a good time and was excited after the movie. This one makes you want another Evil Dead even more!
Rated 24 Jun 2009
7
57th
They say: if you liked "The Evil Dead" films, you'll like this one, well I didn't like those films and found this film to be some neat entertainment. The narrative is a bit jumbled, some gags and scenes became repetitive, but it's a fun experience in the end. I'll never understand Raimi's wacky, goofy, crazy sense of humour.
Rated 05 Dec 2009
90
89th
God, what a great movie. I honestly was a bit skeptical considering the PG-13 rating and thought Raimi went soft after Spider-Man. How wrong I was. This is really Evil Dead for the next generation, a surprisingly mean spirited but also hilarious horror. Constantly and consistently made me jump and giggle like a school girl. Horror bliss, plain and simple. One of the best films of 2009.
Rated 26 Jul 2009
97
87th
Sam Raimi figured out how to perfectly pack the scares and the laughs into this movie. The best part is, he knows how to use the funnier aspects of the film to add to the scare factor. I'd recommend this to anyone who loves horror movies. it's also the only movie i can remember screaming out loud in.
Rated 10 Nov 2009
35
17th
Shitty movie overall.
Rated 15 Aug 2009
85
73rd
Excelente! Sam Raimi conseguiu equilibrar suspense, terror e comédia de uma maneira perfeita! a única coisa que realmente me deixou puto foi a atuação do vidente, puta ator ruim dos diabos!
Rated 15 Aug 2009
85
68th
Raimi proves he can still make an excellent horror movie, with his usual blend of comedy and scares. While the movie may use too many jump scares and has some so-so performances, there's enough here to make this one of the best horror movies of recent years, and the ending is absolutely perfect.
Rated 31 Aug 2009
65
53rd
Evil Dead II it ain't, but still a reasonably entertaining way to pass however long it ran for.
Rated 15 Mar 2010
80
91st
A return to the roots for Sam Raimi. If you like any of his Evil Dead movies, you'll love Drag Me to Hell.
Rated 15 Aug 2010
50
34th
Overall Enjoyment: 20/40, Plot/Themes: 10/20, Cinematography/Direction: 10/20, Acting/Writing: 10/20 If you like campy horror movies in the style of Evil Dead this movie is worth a watch, but it just isn't anywhere near as good as Raimi's original horror/comedy series. The character isn't as likeable and the entire time you are waiting for it to approach Evil Dead levels of ridiculous, but it never comes through and remains disappointingly mild.
Rated 12 Sep 2009
60
16th
NathanDarko is bloody right: it's not possible to produce a good Horror Flick today. Even Raimi cannot accomplish this anymore. This movie is a very cheap version of Evil Dead with many accomodations for Hollywood...
Rated 17 Sep 2009
85
95th
After his surprising stint as the director of the colossally commercial Spider-Man trilogy, Raimi finally returns to doing what he does best. Drag Me to Hell is unlikely to disappoint even the snobbiest of Evil Dead connoisseurs. Together with his earlies, with which it shares a common vision, motifs and stylistic trademarks, it should unequivocally secure Raimi's position in the canon of horror auteurs as the master of hair-raising (and hilarious) supernatural horror.
Rated 15 Apr 2012
92
72nd
It was pretty interesting I gotta say. It beat my expectations of it and lets just say they weren't very high. I liked pretty much everything about this movie, the actress playing the main character was pretty dead emotionally unless there was screaming involved. But aside from that it was fun.
Rated 29 Apr 2011
88
65th
A great time at the movies, providing a roller coaster of an experience full of thrills, scares and laughs.
Rated 25 Aug 2021
85
72nd
All the credit to Alison Lohman in this one. She has a rough time.
Rated 11 Feb 2010
94
96th
I was very impressed by this movie. Sam Raimi again proves to be a true master of horror. The last PG-13 horror flick I saw was Ring, and I hated that, so I was a little nervous about how this would turn out. The story is great, the acting is great (good to see Justin Long in another horror movie), the effects are awesome, and it is genuinely a scary movie.
Rated 29 Sep 2009
70
72nd
This is precisely the kind of movie Sam Raimi should be making. Fuck Spider-Man.
Rated 11 Oct 2009
75
62nd
Haven't had this fun in a long time. Well worth the watch!
Rated 12 Oct 2009
70
58th
It's too bad this film gets most of its scares from the loud sounds. furthermore it's a very good and very gross movie. quite some fun new sick scenes in full lit environments and some weird special effects.
Rated 01 Oct 2010
80
10th
not bad
Rated 30 Dec 2009
66
47th
A well-made and well-acted genre film which does not attempt to escape the genre bit.
Rated 27 Oct 2009
80
67th
put all logic aside and enjoy this raimi-esque horror. if you have watched evil dead 2, it will be more enjoyed :)
Rated 28 Oct 2009
68
64th
Drag Me to Hell has a great title, and a fun, creative story. There are some good fights. It's creepy and suspenseful. The effects are OK. But with rampant equivalencies to Evil Dead, I must disagree with the majority: the climactic mix-up is predictable, and both the leads here are fairly bland, and that makes all the difference. Also, the director's cut has no less than 7 shots of things being forced into women's mouths, which is way out past Running Joke Land, in See-a-Therapist Territory.
Rated 30 Jun 2016
70
59th
This was made by the same guy who did Evil Dead 2 and it shows. The old fashioned over the top horror is still fun.

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