SSC 04: Drag Me To Hell (Sam Raimi, 2009) — Fighting Tooth and Nail
Single Serving Cinema
Tim and Tay talk Sam Raimi’s post-Spider-Man return-to-horror, Drag Me To Hell, and how one scene in a parking garage shows off everything the director has mastered since his start in the early ‘80s. Drag Me To Hell is a 2009 horror feature directed by Sam Raimi, starring Alison Lohman, Lorna Raver, and Justin Long. Lohman plays Christine Brown, an ambitious loan officer who, in the pursuit of a promotion, chooses to evict an elderly woman from her home. The woman, played by Raver, curses Christine, giving her three days until a malicious spirit, the Lamia, drags her to hell. Tagline — “Christine Brown has a good job, a great boyfriend, and a bright future. But in three days, she's going to hell.” Drag Me To Hell is available for digital rental.Scene (16:41 - 22:37)The scene in question stars Alison Lohman and Lorna Raver. After being told she is a shoo-in for the big promotion, Christine leaves the office, venturing into the underground parking garage with her office supplies. Once inside her car, she is violently attacked by Ms. Ganush for shaming her earlier in the day. In a chaotic fight scene, the women attack each other within the tight confines of the car, involving staplers, handkerchiefs, a smashed window, and more. The scene concludes with Ms. Ganush cursing Christine by taking a button off her jacket and handing it back to her.Links14:50 — Aiming for a PG-13 rating39:12 — Drag Me To Hell as a morality tale47:50 — Maggie Mae Fish’s video on Coup 53RecommendationsTim: Coup 53 (Taghi Amirani, 2019) — available for rental on the filmmaker’s website.Tay: The Wolf Of Snow Hollow (Jim Cummings, 2020) — available on Crave, and for digital rental. All links verified at the time of publication and based on availability in Canada.
Ahoy there! Heads up, Jon cocked up his audio so it's the back up mic here. Join Cammie and Jon as they shamble their way through The Evil Dead trilogy. We are drawing closer to finding friends of the podcast Dave and Doc but the path is awash with danger.......and booze.
Having established himself with the iconic Evil Dead trilogy, horror auteur Sam Raimi trades deadites for double crossing in his Minnesota-based crime thriller about three men finding a bag full of money deep in the woods.
Ep 44: Sam Raimi's Spider-Man 3 w/ Special Guest Stew (SWO) – Collateral Cinema Movie Podcast (SPOILERS)
Collateral Cinema Movie Podcast
Title: Spider-Man 3 [Wikipedia] [IMDb] Director: Sam Raimi Producers: Laura Ziskin, Avi Arad, Grant Curtis Writers: Sam Raimi (story/screenplay), Ivan Raimi (story/screenplay), Alvin Sargent (screenplay) Stars: Tobey Maguire, Kirsten Dunst, James Franco, Thomas Haden Church, Topher Grace, Bryce Dallas Howard, James Cromwell, Rosemary Harris, J. K. Simmons Release date: May 4, 2007 (US) PROMO: Too Many Captains (@ItsaFilmPodcast) SPECIAL GUEST: Robert Stewart, Stew World Order Productions (@SWOProductions) SHOWNOTES: Now dig on this... Featuring Stew from SWO Productions, Collateral Cinema dives into the superhero genre once more with the infamous third film in Sam Raimi's acclaimed Spider-Man trilogy. Starring the lovable Tobey Maguire, these campy yet fun live action adaptations of our our favorite web-slinger captivated audiences and in many ways defined superhero movies as they are known today. Spider-Man 3 is often seen as the black sheep of an otherwise masterpiece of a trilogy, but is there any value to its overly-goofy-while-dark-at-the-same-time plot? If nothing else, it makes for some delicious memes, amirite? Find out what we think, and if you enjoy this episode, let us know! And stay tuned for next episode on Monty Python's Life of Brian... Collateral Cinema is on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Chill Lover Radio, iHeartRadio, Podbean, and wherever else you get your podcasts. Also, find us on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Podchaser, and find us on Patreon! (Collateral Cinema is a Collateral Media Podcast. Intro song is a license-free beat. All music and movie clips are owned by their respective creators and are used for educational purposes only. Please don’t sue us; we’re poor!)
Welcome to Shroom Land. This week we’ll be chatting about Evil Dead 2, directed by Sam Raimi. Strap in for a bit of gore, a lot of strangeness, and a disproportionate amount of sex jokes. EXPLICIT content. Listen at your own risk. This gets a little horrifying and pretty weird. It’s exactly what you’re looking for with our podcast. Thanks Justin for the awesome recommendation! Be sure to check out his podcast, Not Just Any Bookclub and follow them on twitter for some amazing tweets @NotJustAnyPod. If you’re into it, please subscribe and give us five stars. We really do appreciate it! And if you want more content from us, you can follow our social media handles below or shoot us an email with some recommendations for content you think we should go over! Insta- @shroomlandpodcast Twitter- @shroomlandpod Email- firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks to Kevin MacLeod for our episode music: Tenebrous Brothers Carnival - Act Two by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4472-tenebrous-brothers-carnival---act-two License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/shroom-land/message
The Roll It October train keeps rolling this week with the Sam Raimi cult classic - Evil Dead II. Ryan and Ty gush about the visual style, creativity, and overall greatness of this horror-comedy staple thanks largely to Sam Raimi and the legend himself, Bruce Campbell. Come back next week to explore a different cabin in the woods, Cabin in the Woods. Contact us at email@example.com or follow us! Twitter - @RollItPodcast Instagram - @rollitpodcast Music by Ethan Rapp
The Eufracio Bros. are back on schedule and this week they discuss another Sam Raimi film, The Gift. This movie comes right before his blockbuster Spider-Man but more just as notable it comes right after his flop, For Love of The Game. Does Raimi come back with a good movie? The Bros discuss this and much more in this weeks episode of Peliculas With The Bros.
The Eufracio Bros. are back and this week we delve into Darkman! Darkman is Sam Raimi's fourth film that was released in 1990 and stars Liam Neeson as a Frankenstein/Hunchback-esque performance. We discuss this movie, its comic book influences and much more on Peliculas with The Bros!