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After a rocky introduction, they have dinner, which goes well. You could also do it yourself at any point in time. Christine decides to give the envelope to Stu but changes her mind. She then heads to the cemetery where Sylvia's buried during a very heavy rain. Later, Christine and her boyfriend Clay visit a fortune teller, Rham Jas, who tells Christine a dark spirit is haunting her. The film score was composed by Christopher Young.

[34], The film was nominated for "Choice Movie: Horror/Thriller" at the 2009 Teen Choice Awards, which the film lost to Friday the 13th (2009). [11] The score contains elements of Young's previous work on Flowers in the Attic.


Drag Me To Hell 2 is an upcoming 2016 Horror film and a prequel 2009's Drag Me To Hell.. [3] Dileep Rao, who plays Rham Jas, made producer Grant Curtis mildly hesitant in casting him, stating that during his audition "he was a little bit younger than he read in the script. The first is ". [3] The Raimis wrote the script as a morality tale, desiring to write a story about a character who wants to be a good person, but makes a sinful choice out of greed for her own betterment and pays the price for it. Lorna Raver as Mrs. Sylvia Ganush: An elderly woman who attacks Christine Brown and places a curse on her. $30,000,000 [22] Drag Me to Hell closed on August 6, 2009, with a final gross in the United States and Canada of $42,100,625, and an additional $48,742,021 internationally for a total of $90,842,646 worldwide. James' short story "Casting the Runes") such as the similar-shaped demons and the three-day curse theme in the film. He tells her he payed Rham the $10,000 and tells her he is behind her in this. She asks where Sylvia is, and she points. She begins to hear noises. Drag, Norway, a village in Tysfjord municipality, Nordland, Norway; Drág, the Hungarian name for Dragu Commune in Sălaj County, Romania; Drag (Austin, Texas), the portion of Guadalupe Street adjacent to the University of Texas at Austin Science and technology. Chapter Twenty-Two: Drag Me to Hell is the second episode of the third part of Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, and the twenty-second episode of the series overall.

Keep in mind that it’s not Desmond’s fault, but moreso his mother, Wendy Napoles. Nakamura used DaVinci Resolve. While a skeptical Clay watches. The fortune teller, Rham Jas, stares deeply into Christine face, he then sees a spirit jump out at him. She lets Christine into her home when she asks to meet the elderly Ganush. All tracks composed by Christopher Young. Confused, Christine goes to ask her boss. [2], Drag Me to Hell opened to critical acclaim. Christine returns to Rham Jas, who explains that she is being haunted by a powerful demon called the Lamia that will torment her for three days before taking her to Hell. [3] Elements of the film's story are drawn from the British horror film Night of the Demon (itself an adaptation of M.R. [35][36] At the 2009 Scream Awards show, Drag Me to Hell won the awards for Best Horror Movie and Best Scream-play.[37][38]. "[3] Many of the actors playing secondary characters in Drag Me to Hell have appeared previously in Raimi's films, including Joanne Baron, Tom Carey, Molly Cheek, Aimee Miles, John Paxton, Ted Raimi, Bill E. Rogers, Chelcie Ross, and Octavia Spencer. Starring Her boss tells her to decide and calls it a "tough decision". Sylvia attacks Christine from the back seat. But as we were looking at his reading, Sam said, 'There's no minimum age requirement on wisdom.' It was capable of animating its own shadow physically, and also altering electronic devices - it reduced the battery charge of a mobile phone from 100% straight down to zero, before projecting its own face across the screen. Directed By Justin Long as Professor Clayton "Clay" Dalton: Christine's boyfriend who is a college professor born to a wealthy family.
It will enhance any encyclopedic page you visit with the magic of the WIKI 2 technology. The next day, the Lamia returns and thrashes Christine around her bedroom. Christine decides to have her fortune read. She says she wants to be let off at a diner, she looks through some things on the floor for her envelope and finds it.

She then attempts to escape. [39] In its first two weeks the DVD sold 459,217 copies generating $7.98 million in sales. He suggests a sacrifice to appease the demon. Things go wrong when Lamia possesses her and then her assistant. On February 13, 2018, Scream Factory released a two-disc Collector's Edition of Drag Me to Hell, which included both edits of the film remastered from the 2k digital intermediate, archival interviews and featurettes and all-new interviews with Alison Lohman, Lorna Raver and Christopher Young. So post is soothing and I can watch the film come together, so it's a time of discovery for me as Bob and I fit all the pieces together. Christine then places San Dena's hand on the goat, causing the spirit to enter its body. But the rain is flood the ground and fills up Sylvia's grave, where Sylvia's body begins to float towards her, she keeps trying to escape but the rain keeps washing her down. I spent the last decade doing Spider-Man and you come to rely on a lot of people doing things for you and a lot of help, but it’s refreshing and wonderful to be reminded that, as with most filmmakers, the best way to do it is yourself, with a tight team doing the main jobs. Christine slams the car into reverse, slamming Sylvia into the back seat, Sylvia gets back up and continues to attack. The plot focuses on loan officer Christine Brown (Alison Lohman), who tries to impress her boss by refusing to extend a loan to a gypsy woman by the name of Mrs. Ganush (Lorna Raver). "[11], Production for Drag Me to Hell began on location in Tarzana, California. The films stars Alison Lohman, Lorna Raver and Justin Long. Further supernatural attacks on Christine lead Clay to pay the fee. After being driven home by Clay, Christine attempts to find a recipient for the curse. [16], Drag Me to Hell was first shown to the public as a "Work in Progress" print at the South by Southwest festival on March 15, 2009. Before leaving, her boss tells her he is very pleased with the work she is doing on an account, and asks if she can take it home to complete it. In the bank parking garage, Ganush attacks Christine in her car. The film was released in American theaters on May 29, 2009. Still, there's no denying it delivers far more than competing PG-13 thrillers. Shaun then falls to the floor and dies. Amid the chaos, Stu steals a file from Christine's desk. Both media include an Unrated Director's Cut as well as the Theatrical Version. But Rham tells her the Lamia has not been defeated. Cinematography He compliments Christine on how she handled the situation. Clay can only watch in horror as Christine is dragged down into Hell for eternity. Drag or The Drag may refer to: . She then leaves to the parking lot. They then go to meet Clay's parents, who are quite wealthy.