- Fri Jun 25, 2010, 5:06 AM GMT
Nominated in ten categories, the film wins all including for Best Science Fiction Film.READ MORE
Director Sam Raimi (Spider-Man trilogy, Evil Dead series) returns to the horror genre with "Drag Me to Hell", an original tale of a young woman's desperate quest to break an evil curse.
Christine Brown (Alison Lohman) is an ambitious L.A. loan officer with a charming boyfriend, professor Clay Dalton (Justin Long). Life is good until the mysterious Mrs. Ganush (Lorna Raver) arrives at the bank to beg for an extension on her home loan. Should Christine follow her instincts and give the old woman a break? Or should she deny the extension to impress her boss, Mr. Jacks (David Paymer), and get a leg-up on a promotion? Christine fatefully chooses the latter, shaming Mrs. Ganush and dispossessing her of her home.
In retaliation, the old woman places the powerful curse of the Lamia on Christine, transforming her life into a living hell. Haunted by an evil spirit and misunderstood by a skeptical boyfriend, she seeks the aid of seer Rham Jas (Dileep Rao) to save her soul from eternal damnation. To help the shattered Christine return her life to normal, the psychic sets her on a frantic course to reverse the spell. As evil forces close in, Christine must face the unthinkable: how far will she go to break free of the curse?
Though having yet another tight run for the top of North American box office against 'Up', the Todd Phillips' comedy manages to secure the #1 slot for its second consecutive weekend.READ MORE
The first runner-up of 'American Idol' this season confirms that people will know 'everything' including about his sexuality on the next cover of Rolling Stone magazine.READ MORE
While the initial estimates place 'The Hangover' behind Disney/Pixar's 'Up' at box office, the final figures give the top slot to the raunchy comedy from Warner Bros. Pictures.READ MORE
Family of David Carradine reportedly have asked FBI to help investigate the mysterious cause of the late actor's death as they want to prove that he didn't commit suicide.READ MORE