Rent Consumption (2016)

2.8 of 5 from 49 ratings
1h 21min
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Synopsis:
In the snowy mountains of Utah, as four friends gather in a cabin, and scare each other with ghost stories of an ancient curse and a demonic bride, an evil force is awakened and starts to terrorise them. It preys on their darkest secrets, as the evil passes like an infection from one friend to the next.
Actors:
Sarah Greyson, , , Chris Dorman, , , , Danielle D'Ambra, ,
Directors:
Brandon Scullion
Producers:
Maria Olsen, Brandon Scullion
Writers:
Brandon Scullion
Aka:
Live-In Fear
Studio:
Left Films
Genres:
Horror
BBFC:
Release Date:
10/10/2016
Run Time:
81 minutes
Languages:
English
Subtitles:
None
DVD Regions:
Region 0 (All)
Formats:
Pal
Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen 1.85:1
Colour:
Colour
Bonus:
  • Director's Commentary
  • Behind the Scenes
  • Feature Trailers

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Reviews (1) of Consumption

Eerie, low budget tale - spoilers follow. - Consumption review by NP

Spoiler Alert
28/12/2018

Four ‘young friends’ travel to the snowy Utah mountains so they can be alone to argue, make up and argue a little more. As things go, this low-budget horror is something of a roller-coaster. Normal conversations are punctuated with sudden moments of sullen anger, which immediately disappear, allowing the conversations to continue as normal. The outbursts, and reactions to them, come and go and then vanish. Such disjointedness is either an inconsistent script, or director/writer Brandon Scullion trying to persuade us that, out in these freezing wastes, evil lurks.

So these kids: Mallory (Arielle Brachfeld, probably the best performance here) self-harms, Eric (Chris Dorman) is an alcoholic, Becca (Sarah Greyson) might be pregnant and the other? Seth (David Lautman) has secretly come all this way to bury to dismembered body-parts of his mother. That he returns to the cabin to find his mother (Maria Olsen) alive and well and waiting for him is a good scare.

This eerie tale is cursed by some typical low-budget trappings – often stilted acting and sound issues resulting in dialogue being drowned out. The locations are excellent however, the snow adding an extra degree of isolation so important in conveying the levels of danger the characters find themselves trapped in.

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