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As Above, So Below nauseating for the wrong reasons: review
Scarlett (Perdita Weeks) and George (Ben Feldman) get stuck in the netherworld and a badly scripted story in As Above, So Below.
Aug 30, 2014 | Add Comment | OurWindsor.Ca

As Above, So Below nauseating for the wrong reasons: review

Bruce DeMara

As Above, So Below has some good scares and a decent cast. But it’s yet another found footage...

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