Sam Raimi's long-awaited return to Horror finds an aspiring loan officer who must make an immoral decision in order to further her career, putting an old crone out of her home. The gypsy woman puts a curse over her head, summoning the powers of Hell to damn the woman's soul for her misdeeds. DRAG ME TO HELL suffers from a complete lack of identity, where it is unable to decide if it is a Comedy or a straight Horror film. If it were meant as a Comedy, it falls flat on too many occasions and is far too dark to be enjoyed, while at the same time the goofier moments in the plot make it impossible to be taken entirely seriously. Alison Lohman delivers a stale performance that only leaves the audience with the same worried expression of dismay the entire film. Raimi tries to sneak in bits of his own classic slapstick and gore care of his long-time collaborators Greg Nicotero and Howard Berger, but these gross-out sequences are cheapened by the cartoony computer FX that give the scenes a hollow and soulless feel. The moralistic plotline is also difficult to accept when the punishment passed on to the lead is completely unfitting of the crime, making it impossible to sympathize with the crazed gypsy being thrust from her home. Simply put, DRAG ME TO HELL is a confused attempt at a Horror Comedy that is rarely funny and never scary.