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Interview: Zombie Cop’s Jera Sky!

21 January 2016 10:59 AM, PST | FamousMonsters of Filmland | See recent Famous Monsters of Filmland news »

Remember when I told ya about the new zom-com Zombie Cop a while back? Of course you do, ‘cuz I’m me and we all know the Coffin Club worships my every word like some sort of non-drink-mix-ingesting Jonestown cult (we prefer absinthe, as you know)! Well, wouldn’t ya know it, the zombie cop in question, Jera Sky, just popped into the Crypt o’ Xiii for a lil’ jaw sesh with yours cruelly!

Famous Monsters. Give the ol’ coffin club the low-down on who you are and what you do, please! Jera Sky. My name is Jera Sky and I’m a Los Angeles based actor, filmmaker, and according to a book I read, probably a psychopath. I would need more words than is probably allowed to sum up who I am, but here goes: I spent all my money on a video camera when I was 14 so I »

- DanielXIII

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Simon Rich Picks His 9 Favorite Obscure Saturday Night Live Sketches He Wrote

13 January 2016 8:39 AM, PST | Vulture | See recent Vulture news »

With Fxx's Man Seeking Woman returning for its second season last Wednesday, we asked the show's mastermind Simon Rich to look back on his years as a Saturday Night Live writer and pick the most obscure sketches he penned. He obligingly chose nine, with one caveat: "All of my SNL sketches were obscure, so I went for my favorites." With constant praise for the cast, the hosts, and his co-writers John Mulaney, Marika Sawyer, Mike O'Brien, Colin Jost, and Heather Anne Campbell, and a ton of self-deprecation reserved for himself, Rich took us through the thought process of creating one-joke premises, making dog death funny, adding in ass humor, and much more. "It's very important to note that none of these sketches were popular or particularly successful," he says. "These are sketches I unfortunately loved writing.""O.J. Jury Selection," September 20, 2008The premise: After O.J. Simpson is arrested for kidnapping »

- Dan Reilly

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