Upside Down

Upside Down or Upsidedown may refer to:

Arts, entertainment, and media


  • Upside Down (1919 film), a 1919 American silent film
  • Upside Down (2007 film), a 2007 film directed by Igor Ivanov Izi
  • Upside Down (2012 film), a 2012 Canadian-French film starring Jim Sturgess and Kirsten Dunst
  • Upside Down (2015 film), a 2015 South Korean film
  • Upside Down: The Creation Records Story, a 2010 film by Danny O'Connor



  • Upside Down (band), a British boyband later reformed as Orange Orange
  • The Upsidedown, an American alt-rock band


  • Up Side Down, album by Shoko Inoue
  • Upside Down (album), a 2006 album by Thomas Leeb


  • "Upside Down" (A-Teens song)
  • "Upside Down" (Paloma Faith song), 2009
  • "Upside Down" (Jack Johnson song), 2006
  • "Upside Down" (Diana Ross song), a 1980 song that was a No. 1 single in multiple countries
  • "Upside Down" (The Jesus and Mary Chain song)
  • "Upside Down", a song by Alphaville from CrazyShow
  • "Upside Down", a song by Barenaked Ladies from Everything to Everyone
  • "Upside Down", a song by Elf Power from Come On
  • "Upside Down", a song by Hawkwind from Space Ritual
  • "Upside Down", a song by Jakalope from Born 4
  • "Upside Down", a song by Snoop Dogg from Malice n Wonderland
  • "Upside Down", a song by Tori Amos from Silent All These Years
  • "Upside Down", a song by Two Minds Crack from The Victory Parade
  • "Upside-Down", a song by Yo La Tengo from May I Sing with Me
  • "Upside Down", a song by ZOEgirl from ZOEgirl


  • "Chapter Eight: The Upside Down", the season 1 finale episode of Stranger Things
  • The Upside Down Show, an Australian children's TV show

    Other uses in arts, entertainment, and media

  • Upside Down (book), a 1998 book by Eduardo Galeano
  • Upside Down, also known as the Chinese Water Torture Cell, an escape routine by Harry Houdini
  • The Upside Down, an alternate reality that is a key plot element of the television show Stranger Things

    Other uses

  • Upside-down (loan) or negative equity or being under water, owing more on a loan than the value of the asset that the loan was used to purchase