There are twelve times as many sheep in New Zealand as people. So if a sheep-breeding experiment on a New Zealand farm went wrong, and the sheep became... hungry, that would be something of a problem, to put it mildly. That's the premise of Black Sheep, a 2007 indie horror/comedy from New Zealand. We've got all the classic elements here: a plucky band of survivors, a hero overcoming his fears, family conflict spilling over into the disaster, a mad scientist, and killer sheep. The special effects are suitably gross for you horror fans (courtesy of WETA Workshop, of Lord of the Rings fame) and the humor is pretty... humorous. FuzzyCo grade: A.