Tickets are still available for the special FrightFest charity screening of Severance at the Odeon West End on 24th August - a very reasonable £10 from the Odeon website or the Odeon booking line on 0871 22 44 007, and proceeds go to the Teenage Cancer Trust, a very worthy cause. There'll be a Q&A session afterwards with the director, cast, and me, and it should be a rollicking good time.
I wouldn't normally pimp the screening twice, but it's for charity, and I want to make sure they get as much cash as possible, which means filling every seat. If you're in London that day, and were planning to watch the movie anyway, come to this showing. If you have any mates who might be up for some gory fun, send them along. If you don't like horror, or comedy, or cinemas, come anyway, and keep your eyes shut for 96 minutes. You'll be helping some people out, and you'll be sitting with the best audience in the world - the FrightFest audience.
So come along, watch a kickass horror comedy, have a laugh, and enjoy an entertaining Q&A where the director and cast answer questions while the writer sits in a terrified silence, staring at the audience like a frightened rabbit, wetting his pants and weeping.