Drag Me to Hell
These terrible things quite likely involve the creative mind of Greg Nicotero, a monster maker of daunting credits who also worked with Raimi in the second and third Evil Dead films. “This is back to basics for Sam,” Greg told us. “We've got possessed characters, we've got some rotting corpses.”
Sam Raimi returns to the horror genre with Drag Me to Hell, a demonic scare-fest with gags, spooks, and old school monsters.
We've spoken endlessly about Sam Raimi's long awaited return to horror Drag Me to Hell and for good reason -- it kicks all kinds of ass! And a kick ass movie deserves a kick ass poster does it not?
Reviewed by Andrew Kasch Starring Justin Long, Alison Lohman, Adriana Barraza, Chelcie Ross Directed by Sam Raimi
Now, I don't know about you but I'm ready to consume as much of Sam Raimi's return to horror, Drag Me to Hell, as I can get leading up to its release date of May 29th, 2009. Good thing the film's website has gone live!
Oh what a glorious day! First the Drag Me to Hell trailer debuted, and now we have a bunch of hi-res stills from the movie for you to dig on!
The positive buzz among those in the horror community who have seen Sam Raimi's Drag Me to Hell has been pretty overwhelming. Now, finally, the rest of the world can get a taste of what's in store for them.
Few horror films this year have had as much positive buzz as Sam Raimi's return to our genre, Drag Me To Hell. A lot of folks are saying that it's a true return to form and could be as close as we'll ever get to Evil Dead 4. Well, if you can make it to the SXSW Film Festival in Austin, Texas, then you'll have your chance to judge for yourself.
Universal just released stills from their 2009 slate of movies and while some of them we’ve seen a thousand times before, like The Wolfman and Cirque du Freak, we do have our first look at Wes Craven’s 25/8 and some new imagery from Last House on the Left and Drag Me to Hell.
MTV is celebrating Halloween in the way only a huge, multi-national corporation that feeds on the souls of the young can: with a shitload of exclusives!
So, why did Sam Raimi finally decide to come back to the horror genre after years of making one of the most successful comic book film series of all time?