Freaky Friday Finds:Two-Faced Baby, 'Star Wars' Ballet Disco, Real-Life Vampire-Werewolf and More

Freaky Friday Finds:Two-Faced Baby, 'Star Wars' Ballet Disco, Real-Life Vampire-Werewolf and More

Sep 30, 2011

It's Friday, which means it's time to let our hair down at Movies.com headquarters and break out all the weird, freaky stuff we've been hiding from our parents so they don't think we've gone completely mad. Just don't tell anyone you got this from us ...


This Pakistani baby was born with two faces, and while it's not movie related, we could see Hollywood jumping all over this one. Look for The Boy with Two Faces to hit the festival circuit real soon ...

And speaking of real-life stories Hollywood might be interested in, have you heard the one about the girl who was arrested for murder and then claimed she was part vampire, part werewolf. Judging from the really bad hair dye situation going on in her mugshot, we just think she's part stupid.

Okay, you're hooked on the real-life stories that could be turned into movies, right? Well, what if we had a real-life story that was already turned into a movie? Does that still count, because we want to tell you about the dog named Thor who rescued a woman who was stranded on the side of the road when she went to retrieve her mail and collapsed. The dog, named Thor because he attacks more pussy [cats] than Chris Hemsworth (yeah the joke doesn't work when you insert the word 'cats'), alerted his owners of trouble and took them to the woman, and then promptly called an EMT (the owners, not the dog). Man, how come my parents didn't name me Brad Pitt?

Funny we're talking about Brad Pitt because he's currently shooting a zombie movie called World War Z. Know who else is obsessed with zombies? Fed-Ex. Yup, the shipping company decided to tap into the whole zombie trend for their latest ad, which shows you that Fed-Ex will still deliver even in the middle of a zombie apocalypse.

 



Ah Fed-Ex, maybe you can ship our souls back to the day this Star Wars French Ballet Disco was filmed so that we could take lots of drugs and dance along with everyone else backstage.



Did that freak you Star Wars fans out too much? Okay, here's something a little more your speed ... for those wondering what people are using floppy discs for these days ...



Speaking of products of the late-80s and 1990s, fans of The Simpsons can now purchase their very own 24-can pack of Duff Beer, without having to take a trip to the fictional town of Springfield. It'll cost you about $30, and we have no idea what it tastes like, but we're sure it'll impress those cheap, drunken friends of yours who love to drink beer out of a can.

 

Drink an entire case of that beer and this Halloween costume -- featuring a young Harry Potter and the three-headed dog fluffy -- might really freak you out.

And finally, we'll leave you with something to do this weekend with your dragon-tattooed significant other ...

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