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Drag Me to Hell (Unrated Director's Cut) [Blu-ray] (2009)

Alison Lohman , Justin Long , Sam Raimi  |  Unrated |  Blu-ray
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  • Actors: Alison Lohman, Justin Long, Lorna Raver, Dileep Rao, David Paymer
  • Directors: Sam Raimi
  • Writers: Sam Raimi, Ivan Raimi
  • Producers: Robert Tapert, Grant Curtis
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Blu-ray, Color, Dolby, DTS Surround Sound, Dubbed, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo), English (DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1), French (DTS 5.1), Spanish (DTS 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish, French
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.40:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Universal Studios
  • DVD Release Date: October 13, 2009
  • Digital Copy Expiration Date: October 30, 2010 (Click here for more information)
  • Run Time: 198 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (442 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002JT69IM
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #15,376 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Drag Me to Hell (Unrated Director's Cut) [Blu-ray]" on IMDb

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    Christine Brown (Alison Lohman) is on her way to having it all: a devoted boyfriend (Justin Long), a hard-earned job promotion, and a bright future. But when she’s forced to make a tough decision that evicts an elderly woman from her house, Christine becomes the victim of an evil curse. Now she has only three days to dissuade a dark spirit from stealing her soul before she is dragged to hell for an eternity of unthinkable torment. Director Sam Raimi (Spider-Man and The Evil Dead Trilogy) returns to the horror genre with a vengeance in the film that critics rave is “the most crazy, fun and terrifying horror movie in years!” (Owen Gleiberman, Entertainment Weekly)

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    Touted as a return to Sam Raimi's horror-movie roots, Drag Me to Hell is indeed closer in spirit to the director's Evil Dead pictures than to his Spider-Man films. You got your gypsy gargoyles with rotted dentures, your upchucking corpses, your flexible two-way orifices--yes, Raimi's definitely back in the saddle. There's even a story: a sad loan officer (Alison Lohman) turns down the aforementioned denture-wearing gypsy for a loan extension, which leads to an evil curse and a date in hell in three days' time. A séance, an animal sacrifice, and a session in a storm-tossed graveyard will make the 72 hours pass very nervously, thank you, along with assorted scares. Justin Long plays Lohman's upper-class boyfriend, and Raimi fills the rest of the cast with some unusual and unfamiliar types. Along with the giddy horror-comedy that bursts out of the movie every 10 minutes or so, there's also an underlying mood of pity: Lohman's character is something of a hard-luck sad sack, who does enough wrong things to make her seem like a truly abject individual, well outside the heroic model of most multiplex offerings. (Lohman's own little-girl-lost quality adds to this feeling.) But don't let that get in the way of the fun-ride aspects of this goofy enterprise: Drag Me to Hell is a bunch of Z-movie gags wrapped in top-drawer production values. --Robert Horton

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    97 of 120 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars Sam Raimi's Return to Horror July 10, 2009
    He's back! No I'm not talking about Freddy, Jason, Chucky or Michael. I'm talking about Sam...as in Sam Raimi. It's been almost 17 years since Raimi has helmed a horror flick and he hasn't lost his touch. Drag Me to Hell feels like the ugly (real ugly), long lost sister of Evil Dead II. It blends jump-outta-your-seat scares with Three Stooges style slap stick. If that sounds like an odd combination then you've never watched a Raimi horror movie before...

    Drag Me to Hell is a basic morality tale. The whole thing feels like a polished episode of Tales from the Crypt. The story follows Christine Brown (Alison Lohman), a young woman who is looking to move up the corporate ladder at the bank where she's employed. Her boss tells her that she must learn to make the hard decisions if she wants a promotion and the first time she attempts this she forecloses the house of a disgusting, old, gypsy woman (Lorna Raver). If classic horror has taught us anything it's that you don't EVER screw with gypsies (or carnie folk). The dilapidated crone waits for Christine in the parking garage (in Raimi's beat up Oldsmobile!) and applies the 'Curse of Lamia'. The Lamia is a devil goat that loves the taste of souls. It takes three days to fully manifest and then the demon comes looking for its meal which gets dragged back to Hell for consumption.

    Christine is perfectly portrayed by Lohman and I'll be damned if that girl doesn't have some spunk! She is cute as hell and has a knack for physical comedy. One thing about Raimi is that he loves to put his actors/actresses through the ringer. Lohman is a trooper as she gets hit in the face with maggots, mud, blood, drool etc... See that's the beauty of this film.
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    12 of 14 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars It'll swallow your soul! October 13, 2009
    Format:DVD
    Sam Raimi has been one of the top cult directors ever since he shocked the horror world with his impossibly low-budget debut The Evil Dead. He proved himself the absolute master of black absurdist comedy with the sequel Evil Dead 2: Dead by Dawn, and added polish and cheesy goody times to the adventure flick that closed the series, Army of Darkness. He has also become known for his comic book adaptations Darkman and the massively successful big-budget Spider-Man series, and has produced some outstanding cult fantasy television series such as Xena Warrior Princess, Hercules The Legendary Journeys, and the recent Legend of the Seeker. Not a bad career for any geek god. But having faltered in recent years with the embarrassingly underwhelming "Spider-Man 3", and by attaching his name to bad horror films such as the American J-horror remake The Grudge and the abysmal Boogeyman, I may have lost my faith just for a little while. Sorry I doubted you, Mr. Raimi. To think I almost didn't go see "Drag Me to Hell" in the theater. Read more ›
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    8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars The Real Sam Raimi Finally Steps Forward January 8, 2010
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    Los Angeles, The Present: Christine (Alison Lohman) is a timid small town girl trying to cut it as a banker in Big City and failing miserably. Eager to build a secure foundation for herself and her academic boyfriend, Clay (Justin Long), as well earn the respect of Clay's snobby parents, Alison eagerly pursues a promotion to assistant bank manager, a task which sees her locked in a passive aggressive struggle with weasily, conniving contemporary, Stu (Reggie Lee). During the course of a working day, Alison finds herself reluctantly forced to act as judge, jury and executioner on the estate of Sylvia Ganush (Lorna Raver), a sinister, elderly Gypsy woman who is defaulting on her mortgage. Keen to prove herself to her boss as the kind of capable employee who can make a hard judgment call, Alison goes against her better instincts and forecloses on Ganush's mortgage. But as anyone who has ever seen a horror movie knows, crossing an old Gypsy woman is never a good idea, and before long Alison finds herself pursued by a relentless demonic force that quite literally wants to drag her straight to hell...

    I'll be honest. I had gone right off of Sam Raimi in recent years. I loved the "Evil Dead" films but absolutely despised the "Spiderman" films and despaired of ever seeing a decent film from the man following his mainstream success. Luckily for me though, "Drag Me To Hell" heralds a return to his earlier gonzo style of film-making.

    Taking it's cue from M.R. James' short story "Casting The Runes" and any number of seventies satancentric Amercian TV movie schlockers, "DMTH" is a joy-ride through glorious excess and bad taste.
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    Strange Problem with "Drag Me" Blu-Ray
    I think its pretty foolish and primitive that a movie cant play because of a software profile version. I bet most people dont even watch all the online extras and junk. This should not be the case and one reason why I felt HD was superior. The software for HD was more mature then Blu-Ray.
    Oct 25, 2009 by Bryan |  See all 13 posts
    An Interpretation of "Drag Me to Hell" (SPOILERS)
    That is a very nice interpretation, making the entire process more horrifying than the superstitious curse angle. I have maintained since the film's release that it was a serious study of ethics (I have used it in my university ethics course as an example). Christine's appeal--[physically,... Read More
    Jul 11, 2009 by Out Of Your Element Donny |  See all 7 posts
    Slipcover now ?
    received a copy yesterday and it did not include slip...therefore I returned it and will look else where for it =) hope this helps...
    Dec 29, 2011 by C. Powell |  See all 2 posts
    Commentaries
    There are about 14 "Production Video Diaries" that are actually behind-the-scenes featurettes and interviews with the cast/crew members. The interview with Lorna Raver, the gypsy woman, was intriguing and made me appreciate her performance all the more. She's actually a sweet lady and a... Read More
    Oct 20, 2009 by LuKasAV6 |  See all 2 posts
    Extras? Region Free?
    Not sure about the extra's, maybe just do a search for in on the distributors website. But check here for the region code.
    http://bluray.liesinc.net/
    Oct 15, 2009 by Joshua M. Pickham |  See all 4 posts
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