Drag Me To Hell Subtitles Swedish
After blockbuster success with his Spiderman trilogy. Sam Raimi returns to his horror roots with this gross out wild cartoon ride with camp undertones.Christine Brown (Alison Lohman) is a loans officer looking for promotion. In order to impress her boss who thinks she is too nice. Christine refuses a loan extension to a weird old woman, Mrs Ganush. The angry woman feels shamed by Christine's actions and curses her.Later Christine is attacked by Mrs Ganush who seems to possess supernatural strength. With her boyfriend Clay Dalton (Justin Long) they go to see a psychic Rham Jas. He tells Christine that she will be tormented by a special curse for three days and then dragged into hell.This is not as low budget as the Evil Dead movies. A Bruce Campbell cameo is sadly missing. Horror movies fans will enjoy this especially with its dark humour and wild pace.I did wonder why Mrs Ganush needed a loan extension, she could had sorted out the arrears from all those people who were in her house.
Christine Brown (Alison Lohman) is responsible for loans in a bank and expects to be promoted to the open position of assistant manager after dealing a big contract. However, the new hire Stu Rubin (Reggie Lee) is a collusive coworker that scheming against Christine to be selected by the manager Mr. Jacks (David Paymer) to the position. When Mrs. Ganush (Loma Raver), an old gypsy with appearance of witch that has been evicted by the bank, requests a third extension of her mortgage, Mr. Jacks tells Christine that it is her call. Christine denies the loan to prove her boss that she can take tough decisions. Mrs. Ganush begs for the loan but Christine shames the woman calling the security. In the night, Christine is stalked by Mrs. Ganush in the parking lot and they struggle. Out of the blue, Mrs, Ganush removes a button from Christine's coat, curses it, returns the button to her and vanishes. Later, while going home with her psychologist boy-friend Clay Dalton (Justin Long), they pass by the fortune teller Rham Jas (Dileep Rao), and Christine decides to consult him. He advises that Christine has the fiend Lamia, the Black Goat, upon her. When Christine is haunted by the dark spirit during the night at home, she tries to fix the situation releasing the loan of Mrs. Ganush. However the old woman had passed away; Christine runs to Rham Jas that tells her that Lama will torment her for three days and then will drag her soul to hell. "Drag Me to Hell" is a scary horror movie from Sam Raimi that successfully returns to this genre. The story and the screenplay with many twists are excellent, with a creepy atmosphere and great special effects. Loma Raver is gruesome and very frightening, and I startled many times along the feature. I liked but I did not expect the dark conclusion. Surprisingly there are bad reviews of this movie in IMDb, probably from viewers that do not like a genuine horror movie. My vote is eight.Title (Brazil): Not Available 59ce067264