Yeah, it was easily one of our favourite films of last year, so get ready because Severance is coming out on DVD in the UK on January 8th 2007.
Below is a look at the newly designed pack shot as well as a synopsis, links to the trailer and details of the DVD extras.
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Working nine to five can be a real killer. However, when you work for Palisade Defence, team-building holidays can be even worse.
The office workers of weapons multi-national Palisade Defence have been sent to the Hungarian mountains for that most dreaded of events - the office bonding weekend. Among those roped in to participate include the determined but incompetent boss Richard (Tim McInnerny; Spooks, Blackadder), perpetually high Steven (Dyer; The Business, The Football Factory), American office hottie Maggie (Laura Harris; 24), eternally optimistic technology geek Gordon (Andy Nyman) and Oxbridge rogue (Toby Stephens).
Abandoned by their bus driver when they reach a blockage in the main road, the group sets off on foot, arriving at a ramshackle building in the woods. Assuming theyve arrived at their destination, they settle in for the night.
However, it soons becomes clear that Palisade is hiding a dark history. The corporation pioneered a rehabilitation programme for wayward soldiers a treatment so inhumane it left all survivors hell-bent on revenge.
When masked men are seen peering in through the windows at night tensions rise, and the decision is made to leave the next morning. However, next morning turns out to be far too late forget office politics, only the smartest will survive this bloody office outing.
Audio commentary by Christopher Smith (director), James Moran (writer), John Frankish (production designer), Danny Dyer, Tim McInnerny, Babou Ceesay and Andy Nyman
Deleted scenes with optional commentary (13 mins)
Making of Severance featurette (33mins)
Being Danny Dyer (6 mins)
Not so special effects (5 mins)
The Genesis of Severance (5 mins)
The Coach (8 mins)
Outtakes (2 mins)
Easter Egg - Nadia & Olga interview (6 mins)
The Bearpit animatics (3 mins)
Palisade corporate video (2 mins)
Alternate ending storyboard (1 min)
UK theatrical trailer (3 mins)
18th Apr 05 This scene is fantastic and it made what was already a cool-as-fuck film even cooler. Charlie sees the giant spawn (huge, slimy toothsome puppet-beast) and he works out that the spawns primary sense is based on what they hear.