Drag Me to Hell
Entertainment Weekly has opened up a gallery previewing 25 "sneak peeks" for the upcoming films which will be making appearances at 2008's San Diego Comic-Con.
2008 feels like the year of the release date switch. Midnight Meat Train was one of those victims, but we're pretty confident the following two titles won't end up the balls of some insane studio juggler.
Universal sent out some more info for Sam Raimi's return to horror, Drag Me to Hell, yesterday, including our first look at the film's official plot. 'Til now all we've known is that it's about a girl trying to break an evil curse. Let's get all official, though:
A Movieland blog let loose today that Adriana Barraza, whose acting credits include "ER" and Alejandro González Iñárritu's Babel, has been cast in Sam Raimi's Drag Me to Hell.
More names have been added to Sam Raimi’s return to horror, the possession film Drag Me to Hell, according to The Hollywood Reporter this morning. Shooting begins on Monday in LA.
When something like this comes across our virtual desks here at Dread Central, I usually have a moral dilemma regarding what we should do with it. On the one hand, looking at a breakdown of who the characters are in a film can reveal some important spoilers. On the other, when the film is as hush-hush as Raimi’s Drag Me to Hell, it’s our civic responsibility to spread as much info on it as we can... that's how I sleep at night.
That was a short wait! Variety reports that not even a week after everyone made a big deal out of Ellen Page leaving Sam Raimi’s return to horror, Drag Me To Hell, already a replacement has been found; Alison Lohman.
Jeffrey Lynch is out and Sam Raimi is now taking his place in the director’s chair for Drag Me to Hell, the first horror movie the diminutive helmer will direct for his horror production house, Ghost House Pictures.
There is no doubt that Justin Long is a funny guy. After all, his resume is filled with hilarious performances in films like Dodgeball, Waiting, Accepted and Idiocracy. So, imagine his surprise when he got the call from director Sam Raimi to play the straight man in his new horror fil
Actress Lorna Raver never thought moving to LA was in the cards for her. After all, she had been enjoying a satisfying career playing theatres in both New York and Chicago. However, she took a chance with a friend when they decided to head West and suddenly, Raver found her career zooming right pas
In 1981, a young director named Sam Raimi set out to give audiences a new vision of the horror genre with his now cult classic film The Evil Dead. Twenty-eight years later (and one Spider-Man trilogy behind him), Raimi is looking to do the very same with his latest project,