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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Cujo, Mar 22, 2007.
This movie looks so damn funny
Hm. I was actually expecting the Chris Farley movie "Black Sheep". That one was pretty damn good.
I'll have to remember to check out that trailer when I have more time.
It almost looks like they intended for this to be serious..."Night of the undead sheep" :goth:
Can someone mod a zombie in sheep form? They do resemble the avatar of a certain one of your protege's, there, Cujo. :gotmyatte
First snakes on a plane ... now bloodthirsty sheep zombies... what next?
Attack of the killer hamsters?
You forgot to mention the classic movie, Attack of the Killer Tomatoes.
Then there's always the bloodthirsty killer rabbit from Monty Python and the Holy Grail.
You are all forgetting Bunicula, the vampire rabbit movie.
dont forget night of the lepus another bunny horror classic lol
Its a huge pisstake, like peter jacksons "braindead". Maybe its a Kiwi thing aranoid:
and everyone should know that bunnies are evil.
Are we forgetting about the Jackalope?
Some commonly disputed facts.
The legend of the jackalope has bred the rise of many outlandish (and largely tongue-in-cheek) claims as to the creature's habits. For example, it is said to be a hybrid of the pygmy-deer and a species of "killer-rabbit". Reportedly, jackalopes are extremely shy unless approached. It has also been said that the jackalope can convincingly imitate any sound, including the human voice. It uses this ability to elude pursuers, chiefly by using phrases such as "There he goes! That way!". It is said that a jackalope may be caught by putting a flask of whiskey out at night. The jackalope will drink its fill of whiskey and its intoxication will make it easier to hunt. The legend also states that the jackalope also bred with a camel to form the jacamelope. It is also legend that the Cherokee Indians would eat these at the end of a vision quest. It has also been said that jackalopes will only breed during electrical storms with hail, explaining its rarity. The jackalope is the product of the mating of a male jackrabbit with a female antelope.
That reminds me of those skits on the old America's Funnies Home Videos...