Drag Me To Hell

Drag Me To Hell (2009)

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Christine (Alison Lohman) and Rham Jas (Dileep Rao) defeat the demon for a night, but he warns her that it will return in the morning to take her to Hell. The only way to stop the curse is to give the cursed button to someone else. She puts it in an envelope and tries to give it to Stu (Reggie Lee) but her conscience stops her. She decides to go to Mrs. Ganush's grave and give it to her. She stuffs the envelope in the body's mouth. The next morning she showers and goes to meet Clay (Justin Long) at the train station platform. He pulls the button out of his pocket, and Christina realizes in horror that she accidentally switched envelopes when they were in the car, and she left his coin in Mrs. Ganush's mouth. As she backs away from the button in terror, she falls backwards onto the train tracks. Clay tries to help her onto the platform as a train speeds toward her, but as he does the ground starts to crack and burn below her. As the train passes over her and stops his hand from reaching her, hands reach out and pull her through the ground. Clay can only watch in horror as her flesh burns away, and she is dragged down to Hell. The hole in the ground closes.

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Trivia: The old gypsy woman's car has a license plate of "99951" which, when flipped over reads "IS666".

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Question: Was miss Ganush alive when she first attacked Christine, or was that the first manifestation and torment of the Lamia? The attack and it's effects seem highly consistent with what happens to Christine later on, and the frail old lady is just too powerful and durable for someone who dies a day or two later.

Answer: Christine didn't get cursed until the end of that fight, so it could not have been the first attack from the Lamia.

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