Watch: 'As Above, So Below' Gets a Final, Extended Red Band Trailer
In a last ditch effort to get audiences to flock to the theaters during a weak time for box office competition, Legendary and Universal have release one final extended red band trailer for the claustrophobic, found footage horror thriller As Above, So Below. Despite the odd title, the first trailer was rather decent, teasing a twisted psychological adventure in the catacombs that lie under Paris. We're not getting our hopes to high since this comes from the Dowdle Brothers, the duo behind Quarantine and Devil, but maybe since this isn't a remake or an M. Night Shyamalan project, it might let them shine as horror filmmakers.
Here's the new red band trailer for John Erick Dowdle's As Above, So Below, originally from Yahoo:
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 releases August 29th.
Reader Feedback - 6 Comments
I think it looks awesome
Ryan on Aug 25, 2014
Xerxexx on Aug 25, 2014
Caves (or small enclosed spaces). Fuck caves (or small enclosed spaces).
DAVIDPD on Aug 25, 2014
YO IT'S SPHERE IN A CAVE!
DAVIDPD on Aug 25, 2014
I just saved $13.
ali3000 on Aug 26, 2014
This was on my "10 most anticipated horror movies of summer" list (on my blog) AND in the top 5 (pickings are kind of slim, and I am STILL pissed about Green Inferno being bumped) and I want to see it even more now... but I regret watching the trailer because it looks like they didn't hold ANYTHING back. Remember the ad campaign for Quarantine (John and Eric Dowdle also involved)? they showed the very last shot, (containing big reveal, big jump scare, fate of the heroine played by Jennifer Carpenter) in the trailer AND the goddamned poster! I'd seen REC (the Spanish original, which the remake copied very, very closely) so it wasn't a spoiler for me, but I'm guessing most of the audience hadn't heard it was a remake, let alone knew the ending. It pisses me off six years later. I did scream like a tweener at a One Direction concert, though, and I knew it was coming (I heard some guy mutter, "Jesus, lady!").
Dee Dee on Aug 29, 2014
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