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Drag Me to Hell

One should consider carefully before throwing an innocent, little old lady out of her own home --not just because it isn't a kind thing to do, but also because not all little old ladies are that innocent! Christine (Alison Lohan), a loan officer learns just that when she evicts an impoverished elderly woman (Lorna Raver) who retaliates by cursing her with supernatural forces intent on dragging her soul to hell. Get the movie review and more. »

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Overall: C-
Violence: C-
Sexual Content: B
Language: C+
Drugs/Alcohol: B
Run Time: 99
Theater Release: 29 May 2009
Video Release: 13 Oct 2009
MPAA Rating: PG-13
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Why Is Drag Me to Hell Rated PG-13?


Stocked with all the ingredients of a horror film, this film contains darting shadows, flapping curtains, clanging pots and the sound of heavy footsteps scraping along an upstairs floor. The soundtrack also includes screeching violins and enough sound effects to keep a whole department of employees busy. Characters are attacked, thrown over a balcony, nearly drowned, stapled in the forehead, thrown around a room and choked. An anvil falls on a woman. Characters take part in a séance. A girl is involved in a car crash. A character kills an animal with a kitchen knife. A dead body of an animal is seen. A fly crawls into a character’s nose and mouth. A character spits out maggots. Blood shoots out of a character’s nose. Characters drink in their home. A couple kisses. Infrequent profanities and vulgarities are used in the script.

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