The horror hits just keep on coming!

In a story from Fangoria, Black Sheep will be making its DVD debut on October 9 from Genius Entertainment and The Weinstein Company.

Sadly, we have no other release information other than that.


There are 40 million sheep in New Zealand and only 4 million inhabitants. After a genetic experiment goes wrong, New Zealand's sheep start turning nasty, and it's the humans who begin bleating.

Genius Entertainment will also be bringing out director's Anders Banke's Frostbitten on September 25.


Set in a town without sunlight a group of teenagers takes on a band of medically created vampires.

Technical Specs:

- Aspect Ratio: Anamorphic Widescreen

- Audio: Dolby Digital 5.1 audio (Swedish with English subtitles)

The Frostbitten DVD will sell for $19.95.

Elsewhere in the world of horror...

Polychrome Pictures will be releasing Ross Otterman's June Cabin on October 16.


Friends reunite in the woods. The party is thwarted when one of the friends takes out an axe and begins killing people.

The June Cabin DVD will run consumers $19.97.