Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Drag Me To Hell

Even before I've first seen DRAG ME TO HELL trailer on dvd, I knew it's gonna scared the hell out of me and never in my mind shall I watch this movie because it's too much for me to handle. Then my husband got this one for last night. What was he thinking when I already told him that I'm not gonna watch this movie.

But we watched it anyway. It was really scary for me for I have sensitivity to satanic or ghosts spirits in movies. That bothers me down to the bone that it creates a nightmare when I go to sleep. It was a fun, bone-chilling, nerve wracking movie though and we finished watching the entire movie until 1 o'clock.
Drag me to hell Pictures, Images and Photos

Read the Synopsis here lifted from its original source from Google.

In Pasadena, California in 1969, a young Mexican couple rushes to the home of medium Shaun San Dena (Flor de Maria Chahua). Their son had stolen jewelry from a group of Gypsies three days prior, and since then, has been complaining of seeing and hearing things not of this earth. San Dena tries to help the boy in a seance, but she and the boy's parents can only watch in horror as the boy is thrown from the balcony by an unseen force before being pulled into Hell by demonic hands.

Forty years later, Christine Brown (Alison Lohman), a loan officer at a local bank, hopes to be promoted to assistant manager over her conniving co-worker, Stu Rubin (Reggie Lee (actor)|Reggie Lee). Christine's boss, Mr. Jacks (David Paymer), advises her that she needs to demonstrate that she can make tough decisions when she needs to. That day, Mrs. Ganush (Lorna Raver), an elderly gypsy woman, asks for a third extension on her mortgage because she is struggling with economic problems due to an illness. To prove herself to Mr. Jacks, Christine, against her better judgment, denies Mrs. Ganush the extension. In desperation, Mrs. Ganush prostrates herself before Christine, begging and kissing the hem of her skirt. Christine panics and shoves the woman away, shaming her in public. As security guards escort Mrs. Ganush out, Mr. Jacks compliments Christine on how she handled the situation and implies that if she can close another big loan, the assistant manager position will be hers.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Drag me to Hell is, really, a throwback in so many ways to the fun of The Evil Dead 2. The camera angles, the excellent score - it all recalls how Raimi played with us in his earlier trilogy.


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