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    Soundtrack

    Drag Me to Hell (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

    Different stars

    • 1 Christopher YoungDrag Me to Hell 2:33
    • 2 Christopher YoungMexican Devil Disaster 4:33
    • 3 Christopher YoungTale of a Haunted Banker 1:53
    • 4 Christopher YoungLamia 4:06
    • 5 Christopher YoungBlack Rainbows 3:25
    • 6 Christopher YoungOde to Ganush 2:23
    • 7 Christopher YoungFamiliar Familiars 2:11
    • 8 Christopher YoungLoose Teeth 6:32
    • 9 Christopher YoungOrdeal By Corpse 4:36
    • 10 Christopher YoungBealing Bells With Trumpet 5:12
    • 11 Christopher YoungBrick Dogs Ala Carte 1:47
    • 12 Chrisopher YoungMuddled Buddled Brain Stew 2:51
    • 13 Christopher YoungAuto-Da-Fe 4:32
    • 14 Christopher YoungConcerto to Hell 5:59

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    " Christine Brown has a good job, a great boyfriend, and a bright future. But in three days, she’s going to hell."
    Country
    Runtime 1 hr 39 min
    Budget $30 000 000
    Premiere: World $90 842 646 May 27, 2009
    USA $42 100 625
    Other countries $48 742 021
    Box Office – Budget $60 842 646
    Premiere: USA $42 100 625 March 15, 2009
    first day $6 407 940
    first weekend $15 825 480
    theaters 2510
    rollout 217 days
    Digital: World August 7, 2012
    Parental Advisory Frightening & Intense Scenes, Violence & Gore, ...
    • Frightening & Intense Scenes

      plenty

    • Violence & Gore

      plenty

    • Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

      few

    • Profanity

      few

    • Sex & Nudity

      few

    Production Companies Universal PicturesGhost House PicturesBuckaroo Entertainment...Mandate PicturesCurse Productions

    Description

    A loan officer who evicts an old woman from her home finds herself the recipient of a supernatural curse. Desperate, she turns to a seer to try and save her soul, while evil forces work to push her to a breaking point.

    Сast and Crew

    Production

    The original story for Drag Me to Hell was written ten years before the film went into production and was written by Sam Raimi and his brother Ivan Raimi. The film went into production under the name The Curse. 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. The Raimis tried to make the character of Christine the main focal point in the film, and tried to have Christine in almost all the scenes in the film. Elements of the film's story are drawn from the British horror film Night of the Demon (itself an adaptation of M.R. James' short story "Casting the Runes") such as the similar-shaped demons and the three-day curse theme in the film. The most significant parallel is that both stories involve the passing of a cursed object, which has to be passed to someone else, or its possessor will be devoured by one or more demons. Unlike his past horror films, Raimi wanted the film to be rated PG-13 and not strictly driven by gore, stating, "I didn't want to do exactly the same thing I had done before."

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    The film is essentially like a comedy, but without any humor. Absolutely not serious, the narrative (especially in the last half hour) is more reminiscent of a "scary movie", there is also a bias towards trash talk. Minus a point for the merciless murder of a kitten by the stupid heroine, monsters Translated to English