Or anywhere you like, I guess. It's £11.99 on both sites, but Play has free delivery, and you can't put a price on that. Well, you can, I suppose. Just buy it, or I'll smash your face in.
Amazon chart latest: Severance has climbed to number 16 in the Amazon chart. But terrifyingly, after falling down to 34, Vicky Entwistle is suddenly right up at 25 - and poor Nell McAndrew has skidded down to 59. In the Play.com chart, Severance is at 12, which is pretty good. I'll keep updating when I can, and as soon as I get the official UK DVD chart. But we all know the main action is at Amazon, the bare knuckle fistfight between me, Vicky and Nell.
And finally, was out with the usual bunch of rascals, ne'er-do-wells and outright criminals last Saturday, when a guy came around selling pirate DVDs. I was utterly shocked and horrified - because he didn't have Severance. Honestly, you work your arse off creating something you love, and the dodgy blokes with sports bags full of pirated movies don't even have the decency to stock it. What is the world coming to?
Amazon update: Severance climbs to 13 - and Vicky fucking Entwistle jumps ahead to number 7... What's that all about? At least Nell has regained some ground, up to 45. Is anyone still reading this, apart from me? I feel like a lone warrior, fighting with obscure workout videos. Yes, I can see you, The Hotpants Workout, sneaking up to number 47. You'll never take me alive.