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This was not good. It was too over the top for me, namely the ending. And not in a way that's "Oh wow! That was surprising." but instead in a way like "This is ridiculous!". The concept seemed sound but in the end the execution wasn't good. Plus it wasn't scary and slashers gotta be at least creepy.
I like that this film was a bit of Horror and comedy, all shot in the Hungarian woods but sometimes the comedy was just a wit too whack and the story was so totally unbelievable, even for a Horror.
So much better than it should of been, It's just your typical Slasher film but with dark British humour which makes the film even better, Danny Dyer was great and very funny, It is predictable from start to finish as we know who's going to die next, It's gory, Nothing new but it's fun.
Agreeably gruesome with a few laugh out loud bits.
boring, non sense...
How the fuck is this rated so high.
This was a really good, that is a lot of fun with some scary moments and some hilarious as well. It was a perfect mixture that although the antagonist wasn't the best, it was a very unexpected great time.
~August 20, 2016~
perfectly competent horror movie. not a ton of laughs for me, but some nice gore/tension and a fairly interesting story. i never really got attached to any character though, so it never hit the realm of "great" for me.
It has its lows but then the highs come with lots of dark humour to level things out.
Funny, twisted, intelligent, and well-directed, Severance is a delightfully wicked attack on office "team-building" and other corporate nonsense.