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|Shaun the Sheep Little Sheep of Horrors|
Genres: Kids & Family, Television, Animation
What?s black and white and goes bump in the night? Don?t be scared ? it?s your woolly friend, Shaun the Sheep?! Join Shaun as he leads his fearless flock through six new adventures that mix the spooky, the kooky, and the j... more »
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Rosemary F. from PAWLEYS ISL, SC
Reviewed on 4/7/2010...
Hey! who gave this cute funny collection of tales a single star? He's irrisistable, charming, funny, innocent and sophisticated at the same time. Anyone who likes the other collections will love this one too. It's true the shorts aren't as involving as Wallace and Gromit (same group of animators), but that just gives more episodes to chose from. Good for grownups who need a smile at the end of the day, or for kids who need a bedtime story. If you can smile, you can't not smile at Shaun.
Great content -- once again, too short
J. Lahue | Central US | 09/04/2009
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Another skimpy Shaun collection. The episodes on this DVD are:
- Little Sheep of Horrors
- Things That Go Bump
- Heavy Metal Shaun
- Troublesome Tractor
The episodes are all well-worth watching (the star-rating is for the small amount of episodes, not the quality of the episodes).
DVD also has a couple of games as "bonus features". I'd rather have the look-behind-the-scenes features that the previous DVDs had.
It looks like the "6 episodes per DVD" is how things will be working out from now on (since there are only 12 episodes left that have not been put on DVD here in the US)."
Shaun does it again. One of the few good shows out there fo
Fry Boy | Orlando, FL USA | 08/27/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
"There's something for everyone in this cute show about a bunch of sheep, their watchdog and their owner. No words, just a lot of hijinks and sound effects. Every episode is well done, funny and less than five minutes long. The series is named after Shaun the sheep from Wallace & Gromit's "A Close Shave," which is found on Wallace and Gromit: Three Amazing Adventures.
There's a baby sheep on the show named "Timmy" and he's always got a binky in his mouth. He also goes missing in a few episodes and a frantic, comedic search by the other sheep always ensues. The "Little Sheep of Horrors" episode is top notch example.
You won't be disappointed with this show."
Em the Mum | San Jose, CA | 12/01/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I bought this video for my 3 year old to watch during Halloween. He loves it. He calls it the "Scary Shaun the Sheep Movie" I really like the inventiveness of Shaun the Sheep. We are big fans!"