Monday, September 29, 2008

Black Sheep: the movie

Movie Review

Last weekend I watched Black Sheep, a film from New Zealand. This horror/comedy is about a fellow that goes back to his family farm to find that his brother has genetically mutated sheep that eat people. I haven't watched a horror movie in about 20 years and have little appreciation for the gore. However, the comedy part won me over. The animal right activists that show up have all the best comedic lines. The heroine's alternative medicine/healing approach to everything is so funny. She asks her companion if he wants some "Rescue Remedy" after being attacked by a sheep. When the heroine finds her boyfriend has turned into a giant sheep-human-monster with blood dripping out of his mouth, she gasps and asks, "Grant, have you been eating meat?" This is a totally weird film and you have any interests in horror movies as a genre, I'd say watch it.

My Husband's "Movie Review"

"It's like knitting an seems like a good idea when you start, but you loose interest and don't want to finish it." Note: My husband fell asleep during the movie and he has never knitted an afghan. He was just trying to be funny. And he was, I suppose.


Knit - R - Done said...

Hilarious. It's so sweet that he's bonding with your hobby.

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