Winner of our Black Sheep premiere tickets competition
21st Aug 07
Thanks to all of you who entered our recent competition to win a pair of tickets to the premiere of Black Sheep at this year's Film4 FrightFest at London's Odeon West End.
We've now drawn the winner who is; Matt Clarke
Congratulations Matt, we will email you shortly on how to pick up your tickets for the event.
If you didn't win, why not book your tickets for the event now, but hurry, as tickets for the opening films at this year's Film4 FrightFest are selling out fast!
Featuring 25 films and lots of assorted special treats (including the first glimpse of Neil Marshall's Doomsday), Film4 FrightFest 07 looks set to be a great event, not least of all for the opening film - the great new horror comedy from New Zealand - Black Sheep.
For more information on the film's Film4 FrightFest screening, visit the official website at www.frightfest.co.uk.
Terrified of sheep and dosed up on therapy, Henry Oldfield (Nathan Meister) returns to his familyís farm to sell out to his older brother Angus (Peter Feeney), unaware that something baaaad is going on: Angusí reckless genetic engineering program.
When a pair of inept environmental activists release a mutant lamb from Angusí laboratory onto the farm, thousands of sheep are turned into bloodthirsty predators. Along with farmhand Tucker (Tammy Davis) and greenie girl Experience (Danielle Mason), Henry finds himself stranded deep on the farm as his worst nightmare comes to life.
Battling their way to safety the intrepid trio discover thereís worse to come: one bite from an infected sheep seems to have alarming effect on those bitten...
With Angus acting suspiciously sheepish, a delegation of international investors gathering at the homestead and a ravenous flock descending from the hills, Henry must find the farmer within to wrest control of the farm from his monstrous brother, defeat an ovine invasion and save New Zealandís pastures green.
27th Jun 05 If there is any kind of discernable message in White Noise, itís donít mess around with EVP. Point taken. Itís a confusing film and Iím really sorry to say that Keatonís performance is flat, dull, disappointing