Severance is a 2006 British-German comedy horror film co-written and directed by Christopher Smith. Co-written with James Moran, it stars Danny Dyer and Laura Harris. The film tells a story of group of co-workers who go to a remote mountain forest in Hungary, where they become victims of murderous attacks.
The film opens with George (David Gilliam) and two women (Juli Drajkó and Judit Viktor) running through the woods. The women fall into a large pit trap while George is caught by a snare. As he hangs helplessly, a masked man approaches and disembowels him with a knife.
|author||Christopher Smith James Moran|
|keywords||20th century abandon animal trapping bear trap begin build burned alive bus driver capture decapitate dirt road discover eat flamethrower foursome gag game joke kill land mine last second lone survivor machete masked killer masked man mátra meat pie mental institution morning nerve gas paintball party pass pit trap prison camp rescue run shotgun snare snare trap spike strip stab submachine gun trapping pit war criminal|
|productionCompany||HanWay Films Qwerty Films UK Film Council|
|recordedAt||Isle of Man|