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Directed By: Sam Raimi
Starring: Alison Lohman, Justin Long, Lorna Raver, Dileep Rao

What It’s All About:
The story follows loan officer Christine Brown (Lohman) who tries to impress her boss and refuses a loan to a sick gypsy woman. The woman places a curse on Christine, that after three days of torment and horror, will then devour her soul to the depths of hell.

The Verdict:
Sam Raimi is back to this true form, making horror films that are as easily terrifying as they are laugh out loud funny. Alison and Justin have great on screen chemistry, and with some truly scary moments this is another movie to put along the likes of Raimi’s highly successful Evil Dead movies. Scary, funny and intriguing, Drag Me To Hell should be one to add to your collection if you love over the top, campy horror flicks.

3.5/5

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125_wotnext_may07_f10cb.jpg Well once again Telstra has pulled through with their online video site Whatnext.com shut down to perform “Emergency Maintenance” after it was brought to the media’s attention that the site was hosting footage of naked women, available for free view online, and for $1 subscribers could download them to their phones.

While the site was not intended to be the host of pornographic material (visit pornotube.com for those needs) it is however a useful tool for local bands to gain exposure by posting their videoclips for songs to promote themselves.

While Telstra refused to comment, Family groups are accusing the company of exploiting young internet users, and demanded that the Rudd government to intervene

Do it Kevin, you have gained so much popularity over the Kyoto ratification, why not be the publics knight in shining armor and do something about it?

“The filmclips on the site treat young women as sex objects… all delivered through a part owned government communications provider” Women’s Forum of Australia director Melinda Tankard Reist said 

So when that girl looked down the camera at me and smiled, she didn’t know she was being filmed? Not all women are sex objects, and most of the population realise this.

Telstra are part to blame for this but not fully. Yes they should have administered the site, but do they really have that much control over what people upload onto the site? While I’m sure they should have realised that pornographic material was being featured on their site and done something about it, but it’s not as if Telstra employees were out filming the stuff

I’d dare say that Wotnext.com is going to get a lot of traffic over the next few days…..