Film Reviews, Short Review

Black Sheep (2006)


Black Sheep features the kind of high-schlock premise—flesh-eating sheep that turn bitten humans into ovine monsters—that almost certainly delivers a degree of entertainment if it’s delivered upon. In that respect, writer-director Jonathan King doesn’t disappoint. Yes, Black Sheep is low-budget, hammily-acted, and certainly gets a bit repetitive towards the end, but it’s entertaining enough on the way there. The satiric potential of the material is sadly mostly ignored (and could have turned decent schlock into superb schlock), but there’s enough laughter and gore here to make it at the very least worth your while.


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