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FIES SISTERS THRILLER: Consumed

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Published on Aug 24, 2011

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CONSUMED (USA 2010) 6 minutes

Hero is her one and only, forever.

CREDITS: Written, Shot, Edited, Directed by Elisabeth Fies Produced by Brenda Fies and Charlie Schlangen Starring Hero, Christina Wickers Sound by Michael Wilde Score by Robert ToTeras Theme song by Christina Wickers Filmed on a Canon 5d

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CINEMATICAL.com Review of CONSUMED

"This inexplicable, hilarious short capped off the fest with a love letter to a little dog named Hero, who even has his own unforgettable theme song. Fies uses The Shining-styled title cards to punctuate each scene of Hero's daily doggy activities, and the gag got me every single time, before reaching its sick (and funny) finale." - John Gholson

HORRORSQUAD.com Review of CONSUMED

"Its riff on people who are perhaps a little too in love with their pets starts off aloof as a woman sings a song to her dog, Hero, and ends up in a very self-aware, bizarre place that is a bit of a logical jump for normal people while completely at home for someone crazy. The scenes and techniques that connect the two states of mind seem very disjointed while you're watching, but the big picture winds up earning its share of mildly disturbed laughter." - Peter Hall

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