Explorers Find the Gate to Hell in 'As Above, So Below' Horror Trailer

April 24, 2014
Source: Legendary

As Above, So Below

"According to mythology, that's the inscription over the gates of hell." Following in the footsteps of The Descent and throwing in a little Raiders of the Lost Ark, the new horror film As Above, So Below from Devil director John Erick Dowdle and his co-writing brother Drew Dowdle will make you feel a little claustrophobic. A team of explorers go looking in an ancient catacomb under the streets of Paris to unearth one of the largest mass graves in history. But of course, they get trapped, and stumble upon a much darker secret in the underground system of secret caves and tunnels. This looks pretty damn spooky. Watch below!

Here's the first trailer for John Erick Dowdle's As Above, So Below straight from Legendary:

And here's the cool poster for As Above, So Below as well, in full via IMPAwards:

As Above, So Below

As Above, So Below is directed by John Erick Dowdle from a script he co-wrote with his brother Drew Dowdle (both of Quarantine and Devil). Miles of twisting catacombs lie beneath the streets of Paris, the eternal home to countless souls. When a team of explorers ventures into the uncharted maze of bones, they uncover the dark secret of what this city of the dead was meant to contain. Perdita Weeks, Ben Feldman, and Edwin Hodge star in the film which Legendary Pictures and Universal Pictures release on August 15th.

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doesn't look too scary

iamNotLegend on Apr 24, 2014


Looks kind of neat actually

Jon Odishaw on Apr 24, 2014


The premise is not too bad but they show too much in the trailer.

Nash on Apr 24, 2014


Ugh - they show too much in all trailers these days.

avconsumer2 on Apr 24, 2014


Indeed, and that's a mistake. My curiosity for this movie declines. So perhaps I'll watch it on Netflix or cable, but I am not likely to invest money in a ticket...

Nash on Apr 24, 2014


It has a bit of a "Nightmare on Elm" street that the character's worst fears come to kill them....

TheOct8pus on Apr 24, 2014


Looks like the feature length film of your average Halloween haunted house attraction. Pass.

cuckoozey on Apr 24, 2014


Caves. Nope. Nope. Knope!

DAVIDPD on Apr 24, 2014


Eh, The Descent did it better.

Trey Wilson on Apr 24, 2014


My thoughts exactly.

ErrorSapiens on Apr 26, 2014


Actually looks pretty good, and I'm not much into horror movies. I like the fact that it has that haunted house vibe to it as stated below. No horror movie will get me to see it in the theaters, but I'll definitely catch it after it comes out on DVD.

Justin R on Apr 24, 2014


This actually looks pretty good.

Jim Dawkins on Apr 24, 2014


Plot Twist: THEY'RE ALL DEAD! I think. I don't know. Watch the movie.

ali3000 on Apr 25, 2014


What happened to the smoke monster?

backwardsprogress on Apr 25, 2014


Looks like a poor man's The Descent. Also Quarantine was pretty much a shot for shot remake of Rec, so I can't give then much credit... yet.

syntaxterror on Apr 26, 2014


Dr Satan 🙂

Simon Dark on Apr 26, 2014


I want to see Living Dark instead, when does that actually come out?

OfficialJab on Apr 26, 2014


Wow, looks pretty intense. This must be what it's like to go to a party at Glen Beck's house.

Ross Carroll on Apr 28, 2014


just replace the skulls with dildoes of all shapes,sizes and colors and I think you may be onto something

NexusVI on May 4, 2014

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