What on earth were they thinking? Charlie Sheen, Hilary Duff and Eva Longoria might be looking for the nearest rock to hide under as the trailer for their LSD trip of a film, Foodfight!, just emerged online after being in development since 2002.
This week brings the releases of the much ballyhooed The Thing prequel along with the Daniel Craig vehicle Dream House. Also out and finally getting a proper DVD release is the indie DIY flick with an undeniably great name, Dead Hooker In A Trunk. If you're not down for anything this week, get off your couch and go watch Liam Neeson punch wolves in The Grey. It's amazing and worth every penny.
In some traditions the huldra lures men into the forest to have sexual intercourse with her, rewarding those who satisfy her and often killing those who do not. The Norwegian huldra is a lot less bloodthirsty and may simply kidnap a man or lure him into the underworld. She sometimes steals human infants and replaces them with her own ugly huldrebarn (changeling huldre children). In some cases the intercourse resulted in a child, being presented to the unknowing father. In some cases she forces him to marry her.
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