“Severance” at the Embarcadero


Last year I had the opportunity to fly on Virgin Airlines, where each seat gets its own entertainment center — including a couple hundred movies and TV shows and documentaries to watch (yes, they even had Snakes on a Plane). My companion fell asleep so I decided to watch a horror movie, and saw what I thought was the best horror film last year, and now one of my all-time faves (up there with Evil Dead 2 and Dead and Breakfast). It’s splatstick, and super-gory. The Chron described it as “Texas Chainsaw Massacre meets Office Space,” and that pretty much sums it up. Severance opened at the Embarcadero this weekend; don’t miss it if you love black humor, serial killers, badass babes and lots of gore.

Severance official site (Flash; sound warning). Here’s the trailer @ Apple. Link to film times; link to Chron review (spoiler alert — just go see it!)

1 Comment so far

  1. cd (unregistered) on May 30th, 2007 @ 4:36 pm

    Virgin’s seat back on-demand rocks! I hate most everything about air travel (the air plane part of it, anyway) but those VA choose your own adventure set ups are the best. I get my UK comedy fixes there-and-back!

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