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Black Sheep -- An experiment in genetic engineering turns harmless sheep into blood-thirsty killers that terrorize a sprawling New Zealand farm.


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29 March 2007 (New Zealand) See more »
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An experiment in genetic engineering turns harmless sheep into blood-thirsty killers that terrorize a sprawling New Zealand farm. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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Nathan Meister ... Henry Oldfield

Peter Feeney ... Angus Oldfield
Danielle Mason ... Experience
Tammy Davis ... Tucker

Oliver Driver ... Grant
Tandi Wright ... Doctor Rush
Glenis Levestam ... Mrs. Mac

Nick Blake ... Taxi Driver
Matthew Chamberlain ... Oliver Oldfield (as Matt Chamberlain)
Nick Fenton ... Young Henry
Eli Kent ... Young Angus
Sam Clarke ... Young Tucker
Richard Chapman ... Muldoon
Louis Sutherland ... Winston
Ian Harcourt ... Brash

James Ashcroft ... Prebble

Mick Rose ... Mike
Kevin McTurk ... Weresheep
Lucy Briant ... Investor
Justin B. Carter ... Investor (as Justin Carter)
Deana Elvins ... Investor

Luke Hawker ... Investor

Jono Manks ... Investor (as Jono Marks)
Lewis Rowe ... Investor
Peter Rutherford ... Investor
Matthew Saville ... Investor

Richard Whiteside ... Investor
Min Windle ... Investor

Tim Wong ... Investor
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Directed by
Jonathan King 
Writing credits
Jonathan King (written by)

Produced by
Philippa Campbell .... producer
Judith Trye .... line producer
Original Music by
Victoria Kelly 
Cinematography by
Richard Bluck 
Film Editing by
Chris Plummer 
Casting by
Liz Mullane 
Production Design by
Kim Sinclair 
Art Direction by
Simon Bright 
Set Decoration by
Tanea Chapman 
Costume Design by
Pauline Bowkett 
Makeup Department
Debra Ashton .... additional makeup artist
Hayley Atherton .... makeup assistant
Katherine Brown .... special makeup effects artist
Debra East .... makeup supervisor
Davina Lamont .... special makeup effects artist
Samantha Lyttle .... special makeup effects technician
Angela Mooar .... additional makeup artist
Jess Reedy .... special makeup effects artist
Production Management
Rosemary Dority .... post-production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Sarah Lowe .... second assistant director
Joe Nolan .... first assistant director
Art Department
Brett Blenkin .... carpenter
Vanessa Cole .... assistant art director
Sean Golding .... paint hand
Neil Kirkland .... construction manager
Alastair Maher .... head scenic
Eileen McCann .... set finisher
Francie McGirr .... art runner
Christian Pearce .... concept artist
Nick Riera .... on-set carpenter
Sarah Weinberg .... stand-by props
Gillian West-Walker .... set dresser
Ben Whale .... set dresser
Sound Department
Phil Burton .... temp mixer
Gethin Creagh .... sound re-recording mixer
Chris Hiles .... sound recordist
Greg Junovich .... score engineer
Gilbert Lake .... sound re-recording mixer
Matthew Lambourn .... sound effects editor
Robyn McFarlane .... foley recordist
Carolyn McLaughlin .... foley artist
Tim Prebble .... sound designer
Nigel Scott .... adr engineer
Sam Spicer .... boom operator
Chris Todd .... dialogue editor
Special Effects by
Steven Boyle .... special effects makeup artist
Marion Davey .... creature effects coordinator: Weta Workshop
Ryk Fortuna .... special effects makeup
Ryk Fortuna .... special effects technician
Chris Guise .... designer
Iain Hutton .... armourer
Iain Hutton .... special effects technician
Phil McLaren .... special effects technician
Kevin McTurk .... special effects makeup: Weta Workshop
Gayle Munro .... production manager: Weta Workshop
Richard Taylor .... special effects
Paul Tobin .... designer
Visual Effects by
Dan Ashton .... scanning and recording technician: Weta Digital
Nick Booth .... scanning and recording supervisor: Weta Digital
Mara Bryan .... visual effects producer
Elika Burns .... roto/paint supervisor: CIS Hollywood
David Hampton .... scanning and recording technician: Weta Digital
Stephen Karl .... visual effects artist
George Port .... visual effects supervisor: PRPVFX
Abigail Scollay .... digital compositor
Jon Thorsen .... visual effects
Pania Williams .... compositor
Pete Williams .... scanning and recording manager: Weta Digital
Carol Petrie .... visual effects artist: PRPVFX Limited (uncredited)
George Ritchie .... visual effects artist: PRPVFX Limited (uncredited)
Justin B. Carter .... stunts
Augie Davis .... stunt coordinator
Winham Hammond .... stunts
Tim McLachlan .... stunt double
Tim Wong .... assistant stunt coordinator
Tim Wong .... fight coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
David Brown .... gaffer
Jamie Couper .... lighting technician
Dion Hartley .... key grip
Garth Michael .... second assistant camera
Matt Tuffin .... epk camera operator
Steve Unwin .... still photographer
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Chantelle Bowkett .... costume assistant
Pauline Laws .... head pattern maker
Editorial Department
Clare Burlinson .... digital intermediate colorist
David Hollingsworth .... telecine colorist
Shanon Moratti .... digital intermediate editor
Nicola Spencer .... assistant editor
Music Department
Brendon Morrow .... assistant music engineer
Transportation Department
Richard Cuthbert .... cast driver
Other crew
Anne Chamberlain .... unit publicist
James Delaney .... animal trainer
Jock Fyfe .... location manager
Caroline Girdlestone .... animal trainer
Thea Govorko .... production secretary
Matthew Grainger .... script consultant
Cale Hetariki .... production assistant
Veronique Lawrence .... script supervisor
Andy Wickens .... lab liaison
Brigitte Yorke .... production coordinator
Rose-Marie Salmon .... craft service (uncredited)
Peter Jackson .... thanks
Terry Rossio .... thanks
Joan Scheckel .... with thanks to
Jamie Selkirk .... thanks
Michael Stephens .... thanks

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87 min
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Director Jonathan King did a lot of the noises for the Grant sheep monster.See more »
Continuity: When they're in the house getting attacked by weresheep-Grant, the digital clock in the background goes from "3:12" to "3:11" in a later scene.See more »
Henry:What are you doing in here?
Angus Oldfield:You wouldn't understand.
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34 out of 54 people found the following review useful.
Woolly Bullies!, 17 April 2007
Author: Coventry from the Draconian Swamp of Unholy Souls

When will mankind ever learn? Deranged, over-ambitious scientists have tried to genetically alter pretty much every species of the animal kingdom so far, and it always results in gigantically mutated critters and outrageous massacres. All the better for us bloodthirsty horror freaks, of course, as there's nothing as fun as a good nature-revolting-against-men creature feature! And we never had sheep before! On one hand this is no real surprise, because sheep are probably the least menacing type of animals on the planet and it's a lot easier to scare people with mutated rats or over-sized crocodiles. But on the other hand, sheep played a very important role in one of the most major breakthroughs in the history of science when "Dolly" was the first living being ever to be cloned successfully. The Dolly-experiment gone wrong would have resulted in a crazy sheep-themed horror film already, but we had to wait till now, with Jonathan King's "Black Sheep". All the necessary ingredients to put together a traditional and delightfully clichéd creature-feature are well presented: an isolated location, over-the-top crazy scientists, a genetic experiment that is too imbecile for words, the reluctant anti-hero and – of course – dimwitted animal activists to let things go totally out of control. The New Zealandian film-industry is definitely growing lately (mainly thanks to Peter Jackson) and naturally this is the ideal country to produce a film about sheep, as there are gazillions of them! The two brothers Angus & Henry grew up of the family's farm but drifted apart ever since their beloved father died in a terrible accident. Henry is terrified of sheep ever since and never set foot on the farm again, but now he finally returns to sell Agnus his part of the property. Henry arrives just in time to discover that his brother has been messing with Mother Nature's creation and that he's about to artificially create a new and revolutionary species of sheep. But when an over-enthusiast activist runs off with on of the mutated lambs, all the nearby flocks are soon infected with a virus that turns the calm & woolly animals into a aggressive and carnivore monsters. "Black Sheep" stands for extremely entertaining and undemanding splatter, with loads of black humor that is actually funny and make-up effects that are thankfully accomplished the old-fashioned way! When director Jonathan King introduced this film at the Belgian Horror Festival, he said he didn't want too much CGI to ruin his film and I definitely concur with him. Especially the scene where a bunch of uncontrolled zombie-sheep attacks a gathering of international businessmen is an absolutely terrific homage to vintage cheesy horror, with disembowelment and ripped open throats. "Black Sheep" is a good film, but of course it still could have been a lot better. Some chapters in the script could have used better plotting and dialogs, and particularly the ending was a bit of a letdown. They could have done so much more with the ending, if you ask me! Nevertheless, despite some obvious flaws, "Black Sheep" is a must-see film for every horror fan who doesn't take him/herself too seriously.

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