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Drag Me to Hell 
"Drag" Is the Word all right!
2/4 stars

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. She wants to convince her boss that she is "tough enough" to take on the responsibilities of the new position. Christine gets her chance to prove herself a tough decision maker when an old lady named Mrs. Ganush (Lorna Raver) begs for a third extension to her overdue mortgage payment. Christine denies her the mortgage to seem more assertive and make a good impression to her boss Jim Jacks (David Paymer). But something's not right with the old Ganush crone, and after assaulting her in her car, Christine is cursed by the old woman to be sent to hell by demons within a few days. Now Christine, her devoted boyfriend Clay (Justin Long) and an Indian psychic, Rham Jas (Dileep Rao) begin a race to save her soul within three days before the demons drag her to hell...

I don't watch much horror, but the great title got me. This movie is jumpy, corny, hilarious, and it is obvious that this film isn't supposed to be taken seriously. It is everything you'd expect from Sam Raimi.


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