DMTH

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DMTHDrag Me to Hell
DMTHDépannage Maintenance Thermique et Hydraulique (French: Thermal and Hydraulic Maintenance Troubleshooting)
DMTHData Manager Threshold
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He pulls out all the stops in Drag Me to Hell, which pits Alison Lohman's bank worker against the demonic powers of the underworld after she is cursed by a disgruntled customer.
Drag Me To Hell is a hoot, opening with the old Universal Pictures logo and a suitably overblown 1960s prologue.
"Drag Me to Hell" is more of an exercise in pushing the audience's buttons than in telling them something about the human condition, but that's OK.
Now, almost 20 years after the last instalment of his seminal Evil Dead trilogy, the director says Drag Me To Hell feels like his "homecoming to horror".
Drag Me To Hell is Sam's first horror film in almost 20 years.
In an age when too many horror films have become little more than an exercise in sadism, Drag Me To Hell is a welcome throwback to more playful times.
Christine Brown (Alison Lohman) and Mrs Ganush (Lorna Raver) star in Sam Raimi horror flick Drag Me To Hell.
Now, almost 20 years after the last instalment of his seminal Evil Dead trilogy in 1992, the seasoned director says Drag Me To Hell feels like his "homecoming to horror".
With Drag Me To Hell he is wholeheartedly going back to his horror roots, and clearly relishes the chance to get down and bloody with this deliciously old-fashioned tale of evil curses, demons, goats and terror galore.
Drag Me To Hell might be about the battle for a young woman's soul but it's also a battle for Raimi's creative and professional allegiances - and you can tell exactly which side of him he wants to win out.
THE VERDICT If you like your horror movies to be a heady blend of terror and nervous laughter than Drag Me To Hell is just your sort of movie - it is a brilliantly twisted tale that smartly relies on spooky terror rather than blood 'n' gore.