An experiment in genetic engineering turns harmless sheep into blood-thirsty killers that terrorize a sprawling New Zealand farm.
Growing up on the family sheep farm was idyllic for smart, sensitive Harry Olfield, except for some knavish mischief from cocky brother Angus, until their dad has a fatal accident. Fifteen years later, Harry has finished sheep-phobia therapy and his ICT schooling and returns. Angus buys him out, all ready to present the genetically engineered Oldfield sheep he bred with a ruthless team. When environmentalist Grant steals a discarded embryo, which has sharp teeth, he gets bitten by it, and thus the first to be infected, demonstrated with predatory hunger and a mechanism that turns any mammal into a werewolf version. Running for the farm men, Grant's mate, gets teamed up with Harry and his boorish but gentle pastoral youth friend Tucker. They must survive both the bloodthirsty sheep and their creators, who didn't realize this yet but dispose of an antidote.
With one Humanoid zombie and possibly 40 million Sheep Zombies you can expect the dynamic between the uninfected and zombies to be different from most zombie films. Imagine a zombie horde in the thousands, white as snow with spots of dried blood flowing over the hills of New Zealand like a quickly approaching tidal wave of hunger and chaos.
Sheep zombies behave similar to human zombies in many ways, such as the insatiable hunger for the living, a hunger that surpasses the innate need to survive. Sheep zombies are fast, angry, clever, numerous and dangerous.