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Drag Me To Hell might have become a self-serving exercise - Raimi's attempt to get by on nickels and dimes, having burned through innumerable dollar bills - but it's too savvy and witty for that.
As a parable of the unwise decisions money tempts us into, it's as pertinent to certain dealers and leaders as it might be to a director coming off the back of an increasingly fraught series of superhero movies.
Tearing a button from Christine's coat, the woman intones an ancient gypsy curse, cackling: "Soon it will be you begging me." Shamelessly resurrecting ancient horror standbys - not just curses; seers and séances, too - Raimi clearly enjoys being allowed to return to the unruly instincts of his Evil Dead trilogy: half the picture is spent sullying Lohman's soft, appealing features with phlegm, maggots or embalming fluid.
Over on The Guardian, entertainment reporter Hadley Freeman talks with Thora Birch about the trajectory of her career, from Golden Globe nominated actress in popular films like Ghost World and American Beauty to, most recently, being fired from an off-Broadway play she got fired from after her father/manager physically threatened another actor.See full summary » Les, a small-time celebrity photographer desperate to make it big, befriends Toby, a homeless young man with no direction except a vague desire to become an actor.