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As Above, So Below Trailer

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We're well overdue a good bit of scariness, so here's the first trailer for the low-budget thriller As Above, So Below.

The story involves explorers venturing into the mass graves of the catacombs that lie beneath Paris. Surprisingly, things don't go quite as expected and a descent into terror, madness and general hell ensues. Sounds just like a trip on the Paris Metro.

The movie is due on August 15th, and is directed by John Erick Dowdle and written by Dowdle and his brother Drew, with Perdita Weeks, Ben Feldman and Edwin Hodge starring.

Take a look at the trailer and see what you think; the first official poster is also below.

As Above, So Below is in cinemas August 15



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