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SNL’s 5 Best Halloween Sketches Of All Time

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Halloween is the second-most-beloved holiday in American history. Although Halloween is traditionally spooky, creepy, or even gory, it has garnered some awesome holiday-themed TV with a more light-hearted spin. Saturday Night Live has aired comedic, rather than creepy, sketches in the name of all that is Halloween.

Hilariously Spooky Donald Trump

SNL did a promo sketch for the show The Apprentice in which “the Donald from Trumpsylvania” featuring an actor imitating president Donald Trump as a vampire. What makes this sketch so funny is the constant misunderstandings from the Trump vampire, resulting in multiple takes. Alec Baldwin-vampire portrays the president excellently.

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Zoolander And Stefon New York Halloween Party

In this sketch, the Seth Meyers interviews Stefon, New York city correspondent, about the “classic New York experience” during the fall. Derek Zoolander joins the interview and announces his Halloween party on the Hudson River. This sketch is all the wacky fun you would come to expect from two New Yorkers.

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Haunted Elevator

A couple boards the Haunted Elevator and visits different floors. When they arrive on the floor where David S. Pumpkins, the couple is hilariously confused and try to figure out who David S Pumpkins is and why he is scary. By the time they arrive on the final floor, David Pumpkins gives them a hilarious scare.

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Garth And Kat Hilarious Halloween Sketch

Seth Meyers interviews Garth and Kat. They sing songs for the live audience, all of them Halloween-themed. One song they sing is about Halloween safety, about children smoking fake cigarettes on Halloween and another about a witch. Seth Meyers watches the two sing acapella in a hilariously awkward sketch.

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Exorcist Sketch

Although the Exorcist was seen as one of the most frightening horror films of its time, this sketch was able to turn that terrifying tale into a comedic sketch. With only one scene, mimicking the famous exorcism scene from the film, SNL created a parodic sketch that had audience dying of laughter.

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What Caused the Rift Between Caitlyn Jenner and the Kardashians

Caitlyn Jenner changed the world twice. Once in 1976 when she took home a gold medal and set records in the Montreal Olympics as Bruce Jenner, and the second time in 2015 when she came out to the world as a transgender woman. Both as Bruce and as Caitlyn, she has been heavily tied to the Kardashian family pop-culture powerhouse through her 24-year marriage to family matriarch Kris. Since introducing herself to the world as Caitlyn, though, Jenner has had a fallout with the Kardashian family – and drama ensued. Here’s how it all went down, and where they are today.

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5 Things We Don’t Want To See In Horror Films Anymore

The horror genre is arguably one of the most underrated film genres in Hollywood. Horror films have the potential to include all other genres in them and evoke all sorts of emotions from their viewers. However, films that use these five common jump scare tropes are not nearly as creative as they could be. Here's what we wish horror filmmakers...

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Five Psychological Thrillers That Are Simply Bonechiling

Psychological thrillers do more than the typical jump scare. They get into your mind with various twists and turns throughout the film. After watching one, you may not look at your neighbors the same way again, or be convinced that the person walking behind you is secretly following you. Are you ready for these five psychological thrillers?. Exam One might not...

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