[Bug spam/62529] New: @@ Watch Pretty Little Liars Season 5 Episode 12 Online

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            Bug ID: 62529
           Summary: @@ Watch Pretty Little Liars Season 5 Episode 12
           Product: gcc
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            Status: UNCONFIRMED
          Severity: normal
          Priority: P3
         Component: spam
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          Reporter: lovoh at lackmail dot net

As Above, So Below follows intrepid scholar/explorer Scarlett (Perdita Weeks),
who is trying to complete the mission of her dead explorer father by locating
the mythic Philosophers Stone. Thanks to a perilous stopover in Iran, Scarlett
determines that the stone is actually hidden somewhere in the catacombs under
Paris, and sets out to retrieve it with help from her former flame/fellow
scholar, George (Ben Feldman).

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After hooking up with a team of  young amateur explorers, Scarlett leads
herself, George, documentary filmmaker Benjy (Edwin Hodge) and the explorer
team down into the depths of the catacombs in search of a long hidden passage.
However, when they arrive, the group finds themselves caught up in dark,
surreal events that bend the laws of reality and draw them ever deeper
underground – to a destination that none of them may ever return from.

As yet another entry in the found-footage horror sub-genre, As Above, So Below
may understandably be met with skepticism; however, while it suffers from a few
of the sub-genre’s inherent drawbacks, As Above, So Below is generally a tense
horror thriller that uses some refreshing ideas to create a fun and frightful

It’s no surprise that the film impresses above (low) expectation; it was
directed by John Erick Dowdle, who managed to make solid (if underappreciated)
material out of a single-setting horror flick (Devil), and an American horror
remake (Quarantine), respectively. Here again, Dowdle takes something that
could go so wrong (found-footage) and infuses it with some clever ideas and
filmmaking techniques that enhance the overall experience.

He certainly borrows a few lessons from Niel Marshall’s The Descent - and then,
takes those ideas a step further -  using the setting of subterranean
exploration as THE principal scare source and threat throughout the film.
Phantom apparitions and freakish figures in the dark make their appearance to
give us goosebumps, but As Above, So Below‘s most heart-stopping,
hand-clenching, sequences have to do with seeing characters squeeze through
dark crevices, outrun collapsing caverns, or dive into dark pits or murky pools
as they try to survive under the earth.

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