Severance gets 4 out of 5 in issue 339 of Starburst magazine (which covers genre movies and TV, not the popular chewy sweets), with a great review by top movie bloke and FrightFest co-organiser Alan Jones:
"As funny as it is frightening, with clashing styles that shouldn't work but do brilliantly, 'Severance' is a charnel house cut above 'Deliverance'. Continually impish, crazy and chilling, it's terrifically twisty 'And Then There Were None' plotline is performed with ensemble élan by a super-troupe of classy character actors."
It's available in all good newsagents now (Starburst magazine, not Severance). You can always have a quick flick in the shop, if you don't want to pay 4 quid to stroke my ego. And yes, I'm excited. Seeing it there, printed in an actual magazine, is quite bizarre, because this is something Real People will buy in the shops. It'll be even stranger to see it listed in cinemas.