Leave it to Sam Raimi to breathe some new life into the genre most closely associated with lame sequels and lifeless remakes. But while Drag Me to Hell
certainly exists within the well-defined confines of the horror genre, the truth is that it feels more like a shock-a-minute roller-coaster ride than your typical fright flick. Raimi refers to his much-touted return to horror as a "spook-a-blast," which is certainly more appropriate than the traditional classification. Back in the day, Raimi’s Evil Dead
was touted as "The Ultimate Experience in Grueling Terror." Perhaps it's more accurate to label Drag Me to Hell
a "terror" film rather than a "hor...