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Working nine to five is a real killer, but when you work for Palisade Defence, team-building holidays can be even worse. Seven colleagues find themselves faced with the chop when their corporate weekend is sabotaged by a deadly enemy. Forget office politics, only the smartest will survive this office outing.
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Probably the funniest British Comedy Horror since Shawn of the Dead, Christopher Smith's latest film since Creep is guaranteed to have you wincing and laughing in equal measures. Think â€˜The Office' crossed with â€˜Deliverance'.
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|The Hollywood Reporter Ray Bennett A winning combination of laughs and genuine shocks.|
|Portland Oregonian Shawn Levy It's modestly effective at creating a mood and at critiquing both business place mores and the evils of Western hubris. But, chiefly, it's about gory scares and sniffling laughs.|
|The A.V. Club Scott Tobias Severance still seems a few rewrites away from living up to its potential, but it's remarkable how much just a modicum of wit can spice up the standard backwoods slice-and-dice. Scaring people with a horror film is easy; entertaining them takes a little skill.|
|Los Angeles Times Gary Goldstein Along with lots of pitch-dark humor, James Moran's often clever script is peppered with winks and nudges about the war on terror that helps distinguish the film from the recent spate of torture flicks.|
|New York Daily News Elizabeth Weitzman You'll need a strong stomach, but director Christopher Smith mixes lots of laughs into the gore. Despite its predictable finish, Severance is bloody good fun.|
|Rolling Stone Peter Travers Director and co-writer Christopher Smith, mischievously blending "The Office" with "Friday the 13th," keeps things fierce and funny enough to give Steve Carell ideas.|
|Chicago Reader Meredith Brody For horror fans who crave a few laughs along with their ritual decapitations and limb severings.|
|Chicago Tribune Michael Phillips I prefer my horror with a chaser of wit, and Severance, a modest but very lively British import, serves it up in harsh but high style.|