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83

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100
Raimi has made the most crazy, fun, and terrifying horror movie in years.
91
Raimi’s new film feels distinctly unburdened and fun, happily frolicking in its own pulp silliness.
90
Raimi's still very much up to his old tricks, retaining that deliriously over-the-top brand of Grand Guignol horror that he had abandoned by the mid-'90s in pursuit of other genres.
89
Nothing short of horror-hound heaven.
80
Thrilling and often hilarious, it’s good to see one of Hollywood’s most inventive directors fully reinvigorated. On this form, Spider-Man 4 should be a belter.
80
The picture is single-mindedly devoted to pushing the audience's buttons, and who better than Raimi to do the honors?
80
Village Voice
If the booga-booga shocks are sometimes repetitive, Drag Me does its audience right in its last-act burst of giddy momentum, sustained by crack editor Bob Murawski through a burlesque exorcism.
75
Miami Herald
The movie is a goofy, ridiculous blast, and yet Raimi means business: Even the precociously cute kitty isn't safe in this one.
75
A Raimi-esque mix of gross-out madness and sick laughs.
50
Although Drag Me to Hell mostly fails as horror, it achieves sporadic success as a comedy.

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