* "The Genesis Of Severance" (5 minutes) discusses the various stages that the script went through.
* "The Making Of Severance" (35 minutes) mainly shows set footage and the crew having a good time.
* A 12 1/2 minute "Behind The Scenes" featurette in which the cast and crew play it up to the camera.
* 9 deleted scenes (running 8 1/2 minutes). Some of these scenes should have been included in the film as there is more humor here (such as the talking deer and Antonio Banderas joke).
* 1 minute and 40 seconds of outtakes.
* A very brief alternate ending storyboard showing the surviving characters about to die.
* Previews for "Moving McAllister," "Exiled," "Weirdsville," "Murder Party," and HDNET.
* A nearly 3 minute intro sequence animatic.
* A 5 1/2 minute featurette titled "Being Danny Dyer" that basically shows the actor being vulgar.
* A 2 minute "Danny Fight Scene" rehearsal.
* "Crashing A Coach" and "Additional Footage Of Crashing A Coach" (10 1/2 minutes total) go into great depth about the bus crash sequence.
* A featurette looking at the effects problems the crew encountered called "Not So Special Effects" (5 minutes).
* The full "Palisade Corporate Video" that was quickly shown in the movie.
* A lively audio commentary with Christopher Smith, Danny Dyer, Tim McInnerny, Andy Nyman, Babou Ceesay, John Frankish, and James Moran. The gang talk about shooting in Hungary, the stinky cheese, and often point out details that I didn't notice. The commentary is more entertaining than the film as the group makes the film seem funnier than it really is.
"Severance" may have a fully loaded DVD, but the film itself is a bloody mess. Skip it.
Film and television enthusiast Nick Lyons recently had his first book published titled "Attack of the Sci-Fi Trivia." It is available on Amazon.com.