Drag Me to Hell

Drag Me to Hell

  • Director: Sam Raimi
  • Writer: Sam Raimi,Ivan Raimi
  • Countries of origin: United States
  • Language: English, Spanish, Hungarian, Czech
  • Release date: May 29, 2009
  • Runtime: 1h 39min
  • Sound mix: SDDS, Dolby Digital, DTS
  • Aspect ratio: 2.35 : 1
  • Also known as: Lời Nguyền Ác Quỷ
  • "Drag Me to Hell" is a thriller film produced by Universal Pictures, directed by Sam Raimi and starring Alison Lohman and Justin Long . It was released in the United States on May 29, 2009.
    The film tells the story of an ambitious young woman, a bank loan officer, who is eager for promotion and refuses an elderly Hungarian woman's request for a mortgage extension. This is a big mistake. The old woman cursed the young woman and plunged her into something terrifying   .


    • Release date May 29, 2009
    • Filming locations 1031 Everett St, Los Angeles, California, USA
    • Production companies Universal Pictures, Ghost House Pictures, Buckaroo Entertainment

    Box office


    $30,000,000 (estimated)

    Gross US & Canada


    Opening weekend US & Canada


    Gross worldwide


    Movie reviews

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    • By Esmeralda 2022-04-23 07:01:34

      I didn't expect this ending at all. Why on earth did the heroine go to hell! ! !

      I will mention the two shots that impressed me the most.
      One, the heroine rejected the old lady's request for a better life. It is not clear whether to help or not, but the old lady wants to kill the heroine.
      Second, the heroine still did not give the ring away when she knew that she was about to die. Even if it is a rival of interest.
      Looking at these two points alone, the heroine is a hundred times stronger than the old lady!

      What I want to say is that no one has the...

    • By Rosemary 2022-04-23 07:01:34

      The heroine is not wrong at all.

      I have seen this film before, and after reading so many film reviews, I found that almost no one really understands the director's true intentions. I recently went to the bank to repay. Because the bank failed to fulfill its obligation to inform, I paid nearly 30,000 more in interest. Only then did I realize how dark the bank is. If it didn't happen to me, I wouldn't know it personally. Walking out of the bank, I suddenly remembered this film, so I reviewed it again. When I watched it...

    • By Conrad 2022-04-22 07:01:05

      Drag Wall Street to the Territory

      I generally don't watch ghost movies, because I am very ignorant and can't say whether many things are true or not. Simply put, I am not very brave. But yesterday after I went to see this movie with 2 girls and 1/3 of a man, I found that those few had no courage. At the critical moment, he would turn his head away and not look at me. On the contrary, the elementary school girl read it all with the same calmness as me, and did not forget to guess the plot of some coin buttons.


    • By Ernestina 2022-04-22 07:01:05

      little comeback

      While Sam Raimi has had three big box office hits in the "Spider-Man" franchise, my favorite is another trilogy, the "Ghost Man" series, the first of which was filmed in It cost about $85,000 in 1979, which was considered an ultra-low-budget movie at the time, but the film was so successful that it became an instant B-movie classic when it was released, and Sam Raimi became famous, and later released The "Ghost Man" trilogy has also received a good response, but he still relies on the...

    • By Holden 2022-04-22 07:01:05

      Choices before interests, principles and ethics

      After the film, your manager's words are not necessarily correct. You should judge according to your own heart and have morals. When doing things according to the principles, if the principles will hurt others. Then in the first round, stick to the principle and express the first point of view. In the second round, when the client asks you, if you feel that you should help him out of morality, and if the loss caused to you is small, then do not consider any of your own interests to help him. In...

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    • By Garth 2023-09-25 15:49:14

      sam reimi returned to the new work after the B-level film, watched it again, and was going to find a high-definition...

    • By Kameron 2023-08-09 13:55:28

      A hodgepodge of works, with little bad taste, overall...

    • By Marlon 2023-07-25 10:56:58

      Might as well go see "Ghost Playing People"... And the old woman's witchcraft is so powerful, why not curse the President of the United...

    • By Brooke 2023-07-21 15:51:35

      Don't make her so disgusting and cut down, and put a whole bunch of bugs on her...

    • By Clovis 2023-06-06 20:25:08

      Haha, the end is a reversal again, there is a very happy feeling haha ​​in the...

    Movie plot

    Young and beautiful Christine Brown ( Alison Loman ) works in a bank in Los Angeles. Her job is to approve and issue microloans. Her career looks bright, and her romantic life is also quite happy. She has a charming professor boyfriend named Clay Dalton ( Justin Long ) . The lives of the two were happy and peaceful, until one day, the mysterious Gypsy Mrs. Gainos (Rona Reeve ) came to the bank and begged Christine to delay the term of...
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    Evaluation action

    It is not easy to tell the "ghost" story that has been filmed hundreds of times fresh and exciting, but at least it seems that Remy succeeded. It can be seen that this is a sincere horror film. The film is full of horror and horror, which will surely excite fans.
    The film is still exciting and weird enough. In the film, Alison Loman vividly shows the heroine's mentality of being tortured by the horror hell, and successfully conveys the...
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    Movie quotes

    • Rham Jas: That's quite all right. So, you wish to know something of your destiny. Very good. We shall see what the fates have in store.

      Clay Dalton: Freud said destiny was not an act of fate but rather something created by our subconscious to control our conscious choices.

      Rham Jas: That is true. But... "We should not pretend to understand the world only by intellect."

      Clay Dalton: Carl Jung...

      Rham Jas: Yes. From his treatise "Psychological Types".

      Clay Dalton: Jung, the New Agers' favorite psychologist.

      Rham Jas: Because he wasn't afraid to bring God into the equation.

    • Rham Jas: It's too unstable!

    • Mrs. Ganush: Soon it will be you who comes begging to me!