This Tuesday Sam Raimi's Drag Me to Hell finally hits home video. Despite the flick's anemic box office returns, it was one of the best damned horror films of the year, and you now have NO EXCUSES not to should see it!
Genre royalty Sam Raimi cares about his fans -- from gorehounds who cut their teeth on the Evil Dead franchise to Spidey loving web-heads all over the world. Now he's getting set to take his terror filled things to a bit more of a family friendly level with his latest endeavor, Spooky Pictures.
It's always nice to see someone giving back to the community that gave him a start, and that's exactly what Sam Raimi is doing for up-and-coming British director Corin Hardy and his project entitled Refuge. Raimi, along with Jason Blum, Nathan Kahane, and Steven Schneider, will produce the film for Mandate Pictures, where Raimi's Ghost House Pictures has a deal.
Universal released all the home video related goodness pertaining to Sam Raimi's Drag Me to Hell, and in several weeks fans are gonna be swimming in high-definition goo and bile! Hooray!
If you missed Drag Me to Hell because it was rated PG-13 or some other lame-ass excuse, you now have a chance to atone for your sins when the movie hits DVD and Blu-ray this October just in time for Halloween!
After a couple of weeks of looking back at some older classics, Trembles returns to the present day with a review of Sam Raimi's Drag Me to Hell. It seems he's not quite as enamored of it as most of the rest of us.
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 past live performances and into the world of being a character actress on television.
Alison Lohman isn’t one to shy away from a challenge. In her first major film role, she took on Michelle Pfieffer in White Oleander. Since then, the versatile Lohman has acted alongside some of the biggest names in Hollywood; Nicolas Cage, Ewan McGregor, Jessica Lange, Halle Berry, and Benic
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 film, Drag Me to Hell.
Just in time for its release this Friday, Sam Raimi's Drag Me to Hell is getting a little Spanish flavor with this new international trailer. Break out the chips and salsa - then have a look!
Alison Lohman isn’t one to shy away from a challenge. In her first major film role, she took on Michelle Pfieffer in White Oleander. Since then, the versatile Lohman has acted alongside some of the biggest names in Hollywood; Nicolas Cage, Ewan McGregor, Jessica Lange, Halle Berry, and Benicio Del Toro are just a few of them.
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, Drag Me to Hell.
Excited for Sam Raimi's Drag Me to Hell? You should be! And stop being a douche and quit your bitching about the rating! Believe me, you're not even gonna notice! How about a taste of the mayhem to come?
Horror fans have no idea how big of a treat is coming their way in the form of Sam Raimi's Drag Me to Hell! Don't let the PG-13 rating cloud your judgment, folks; this flick is the real deal through-and-through and will likely end up being the best horror related time you'll have at the movies all year!