Consumption Film Details 

Title: Consumption Live-In Fear (original title)

Director: Brandon Scullion

Writer: Brandon Scullion

Date of Release: July 2016

Format: DVD and Digital HD

Rating: N/A


A group of friends travel to the snowy Utah mountains for a weekend retreat. One brings with him a dark secret that could destroy their lives forever. As they prepare to face an ancient secret buried in the woods outside their winter resort, an unstoppable evil begins to grow, consuming them one by one.

Brandon Scullion’s Horror debut was first titled  “Live-in Fear” and released in 2014. A trailer also released within the same year. Since then Scullion’s Horror film trekked through various film festivals. The film had a World Premiere at the United Film  on the 5th of September 2014. Further information is available on the “Live in Fear” website. After the film festival run Scullion was busy seeking distribution for his film.

“Consumption” (“Live-in Fear”)  as with most indie film productions gained funding though crowdfunding. The campaign raised adequate funds to complete the film. page for “Consumption” (“Live-in Fear”) states a production budget of fifty-thousand dollars ($50,000). Brandon Scullion’s offers an explanation in regards to the film budget.

“It certainly wasn’t $50,000. I’m not sure how that infamous 50k figure wound up on IMDB. Most of the budget was raised through Indiegogo.

WildEye Releasing unveiled a new poster for  “Consumption” (“Live-in Fear”). A  new trailer was also issued today, the 29th of March 2016. Brandon Scullion’s Horror debut will be available for horror enthusiasts July 2016. The film will be on DVD and Digital HD.

Featured below are side by side poster reveals for Brandon Scullion’s “Consumption” (“Live-in Fear”).

Side by side trailers

Brandon Scullion’s ” Consumption” to release July 2016 via WildEye Releasing

Brandon Scullion’s “Live In Fear” released in 2014



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