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Filmmaker Jake Jolley is back with a festive treat, another hilarious helping of his popular Clay Zombies series, “A Clay Zombies Christmas”.

Clay Zombies Christmas Jake Jolley

SHOW NOTES FROM THE GODDAMN GUYS:

The amount of Goddamn three-time guests this podcast has is a pretty short list… but the mastermind behind the Clay Zombies universe Jake Jolley is on it! We welcome Jake back for his third visit to discuss the latest Clay Zombies outing: A Clay Zombies Christmas. We catch up with Jake, the latest with the Clayzombieverse, and, of course, all things horror. Tune in if you know what’s good for you!

Filmmaker Jake Jolley first fell in love with horror as a young child after watching George A. Romero’s 1978 classic Dawn of the Dead. From that point on, he became obsessed with zombies. This, combined with a lifelong passion for making movies, which was planted at the age of seven when his dad gave him a VHS camera, put him on a path to making his 2016 cult classic short and festival darling Claymation Zombies. From there, Jolley expanded his Clay Zombies universe with a web series and began work in 2019 on the feature-length adaptation.

Although COVID-19 initially put a stop to those plans, Clay Zombies finally came to fruition — better than originally planned — in 2021.

Now Jake Jolley and his beloved clay zombies are back with a holiday horror gift: A Clay Zombies Christmas. And you can watch this Christmas special for free now on YouTube.

IN CASE YOU MISSED IT:

On this tight 5 of an episode, the Goddamn Robots welcome to the show the Dynamioc duo of SciFi/Horror author Shelly Lyons and Stand Up Legend Ron Lynch. We discuss Shelly’s killer sci-fi horror novel Like Real and her other works and dive into Ron Lynch’s foray into horror films with his role in Too Late.

ABOUT THE SHOW:

Another Goddamn Horror Podcast

This conversational horror podcast focuses on guests from all artistic walks of the genre. The goal is to nerd out on horror with fun people, have fun, and promote the work of indie artists, filmmakers, and creators.

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