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This movie was probably the most scariest movie I have ever seen. Gorey movie like saw don't typically scare me , but when the movie deals with demons and crap that could happen It scares the living hell out of me. I love horror movies but this one takes the cake. I don't know if the lamia really exists and its a real thing but either way I was scared. After it was over my muscles were all tensed up and I walked funny for a couple of hours. I was even afraid of going to bed. What am I 4.
Has anyone that saw this movie go through the same thing I have???
My sister just bought it on blu-ray and I haven't seen it yet. I wasn't interested when it came out b/c I'm not a fan of horror in general. I love Sam Rami though. I think I'll give it a try.
If you love Sam Raimi's old works such as Evil Dead, you will most assuredly love this movie. Even if it is PG-13, doesn't mean it has it's fair share of disgusting moments, and it is all done with a witty tone, making it entertaining and enjoyable, much like with what Trick R Treat did. It is also bloody hilarious, especially if one of your cast members is Justin Long.
I saw it and it was funny, weird and fun. Exactly what I expected from Sam Raimi. =)
I wouldn't say its the scariest, at least for me. I grew up watching horror movies. But the movie definitely has a very large amount of jumpy moments, more so than any movie since the original Evil Dead. It also plays to the same style. I agree with others that stated if you enjoyed the Evil Dead movies, you will love Drag Me to Hell.
It definitely wasn't the scariest horror movie i've seen. Overall looked pretty cheesy but It was definitely funny to watch, especially a certain scene involving a car. :)
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Well, it definitely made me a little jumpy for the few hours after I saw it, but I still loved the heck out of that movie. I hate that so few people saw it (probably because of how poorly advertised it was) because if they knew it was just a campy, fun thrill ride of a horror film then it probably would have done much better at the box office.
Sam Raimi is the man. Was anyone else expecting a Bruce Campbell cameo, though?
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He tried getting a Bruce Campbell cameo, but they couldn't. That would've been the best thing ever, though.
Yeah, I kind of expected a Bruce Campbell cameo as well. One of the main reasons why I love the Spider-man cameos he had is that I'm glad that he is at least getting work. He does get a role every once in a while, a little Burn Notice here, a little My Name is Bruce there. I just wish he became more popular with a wide audience after Army of Darkness. As long as Sam Raimi and Bruce Campbell get to work together every now and then, I'll be happy because they are like the Horror/Comedy dream team.