Credit: The New Zealand Film Commission/Icon Productions
Every guy has some embarrassing fear, whether it's heights or public speaking or a mysterious red bump. For some dudes, the phobia is animals. If you're a scaredy-cat (who's scared of cats?), you probably shouldn't watch these obscure films about beasts on the attack, brought to you from Unreality Magazine:
1. "Black Sheep"
Some genetic experiments on sheep go terribly wrong, and turn the sheep into bloodthirsty monsters. ... The movie gets REAL points for using all practical effects and no CG, yet never skimping over the gore. Think "Day of the Dead" with sheep and you have a pretty good idea.
2. "The Ghost and the Darkness"
There is something unnerving about the idea of lions hunting humans, and for a small chunk of time in a Kenyan village, that is just what happened. ... It was well-acted and well-executed, and anyone who says lions are not stunning yet terrifying creatures has never seen Lion-O angry.
While this movie may not be as epic as "The Grey," it deserves some REAL props for setting the tone first. ... Did lose MAJOR points for the snowboarding scene, though. Everyone knows wolves would just strap on snowboards and chase after you, grinding WAY more powder than you. Duh.