After a rare behind the scenes look at the show, your Saviors of the Universe throw caution to the wind, and discuss the general landscape of modern nerdom. They narrowly avoid spoiling AMC’s Preacher, while wondering if it’s worthwhile to invest one’s time supporting genre programs. The guys ask... Read more
Here are two new Sherlock Holmes fan fiction tales from IndianaPeach. Please to enjoy. There are some grammar issues with the dialogue but I’m still learning about writing and the next installments should be cleaner, particularly in the area of comma usage and periods. In any event the stories... Read more
Speculations about and hopes for the next Indiana Jones movie.
This is an attempt to re-evaluate Opera aka Terror at the Opera, a “Giallo” from 1987, written and directed by Dario Argento, starring Christina Marsillach, Daria Nicolodi, Ian Charleston and others. The Plot (that there is) The new MacBeth adaptation at the opera in Rome is shaping up to... Read more
IAB returns from his holiday by taking a look at the funniest movie of the year; Shane Black’s “The Nice Guys”
“Beyond good. Beyond evil. Beyond your wildest imagination.” When one thinks of Superheroes, Superman, Spiderman, Batman and Wonder Woman are perhaps the first thing that often comes to mind. However, I’m compelled reevaluate this list especially since the definition of a Superhero should not be restricted just to Gods and... Read more
At the risk of their sanity, your Saviors of the Universe return to give the final word on the Ghostbusters reboot! We talk Matt Smith Doctor Who rumors, and briefly discuss the sham that was the WWE Mock Draft! We reveal which trailers stood out at this year’s SDCC... Read more
After a little period of R&R, the Head is back in business.
This week, Scott and Todd are joined by Jamill Payne, from the Jack Random (whatever he’s calling it this week) podcast! The guys talk about the new Ghostbusters movies, Leslie Jones leaving Twitter, social media, black lives matter, and growing up as a cop’s kid. All this and Jamill calls us... Read more
At last, the highly anticipated animated adaptation of one of the bestselling Graphic Novels, Alan Moore’s Batman: The Killing Joke has finally arrived but is it worth the purchase or one hour and 16 minutes of your time? Synopsis: Batman tries to unravel the mystery... Read more
What defines a “Guilty Pleasure”? The notion that the concept of a “Guilty Pleasure” should be dropped altogether, has become popular lately, as it indicates that one is supposed to feel shame about something he/she likes, which is hypocritical. While I, as someone who is against the strict separation... Read more
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Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the Supernaughts because it’s mostly satirical shit and its from some obnoxious Feline. Welcome to a special edition of Ollie’s Madworld where we deliver the wacky, wild and... Read more
After years of being in development hell, Battlefield Earth debuted in theatres worldwide on May 21st 2000 and it was met with mixed to negative reviews by critics and Sci-Fi fans. It was a project that star and producer John Travolta had been attempting to realize for years, as... Read more
While I usually review older movies, there’s the occasional, TV show, book, etc, that demands my attention, and propels me to spill some ink. Stranger Things is one of them. Netflix newest series took my Facebook feed by storm, and what I’d read was so compelling I had no... Read more
This month Scott and Jerry talk about war movies. For Scott, these are his very favorites, and his number one pick is a film he urges everyone to see. Jerry had a bit of a different criteria, and his choices are about as powerful as they come. This is... Read more
Bop claims that “Hardcore Henry” is the movie of the year so far!
Today’s movie is the surprisingly original and effective Paramount science fiction horror film from the 50’s. Tensely directed by Gene Fowler, Jr. who helmed I Was A Teenage Werewolf the previous year, this is one of the best and most well made of the 50’s sci-fi B-Movies and... Read more
AS we climb towards our 100th episode, Todd talks about his trip to Hershey Amusement Park, Scott and Todd then talk about Pokemon GO, and then concentrate on the age old debate of quiet horror versus gory horror. All this and Scott insults the disabled. Again.
Booger T breaks his podcast silence to address the grand insult to cinema that is Ghostbusters (2016). featuring Denzel Jefferson, of course. Read more
New Ghostbusters still making press, Universal Monsters return, Thrawn returns to the Star Wars universe, Rogue One BTS- reel and more.
As of July 18 2016, this date marks the 30th Anniversary of not only one of the best sequels of a iconic franchise, but also one of the best Action Horror films, evah! Fresh from coming off the huge success of his breakout film, (The Terminator) Director James Cameron... Read more
Growing up in the 70’s and 80’s, like most people who love film; I have a particular fondness for the zeitgeist of imaginative filmmaking that exploded in pop culture at the time. Films still being imitated and revered to this day. But along with that movement, as well as... Read more
For the first time in nearly a year, the one and only Wade Radford returns to the Imaginarium to cover for a vacationing Todd (who was ensconced in the gift shop at Hershey’s Chocolate Park). The Supernaught’s resident Brit talks about the UK release of his acclaimed film Twink,... Read more
While the regular author continues his vacation, two furry fiends take over the Headlines column.
Happy 4th of July! The time that many go on Summer vacations, Barbecues and lighting fireworks! Speaking of “fireworks”, I thought I’d give a RETROspective of those real American Heroes; G.I.Joe in their first animated feature; G.I. Joe the Movie. What happens when the most... Read more
From books to movies to music and beyond, Scott and Todd talk about their favorite things and then some. What short story scared the hell out of Scott as a kid? What children’s book do Scott and Todd have in common? All this and absolutely politics free on this... Read more
It’s July 4th and in honor of Independence Day or even better, the 75th anniversary of Captain America, here’s a breakdown of why he is among my all-time favorite Superheroes ever! The Ameriknight: Steve Rogers always fought for American principles and the dream but more importantly, he... Read more
The first part of this bucket of chopped up bait fish is here. Alcohol has given me a few nights when my memory was about as clear as a politician’s during a debate. That damned, delicious Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Honey can make you forget what planet you are on.... Read more
A tribute to a European movie legend.
On this month’s episode, Scott and Jerry talk about their favorite sequels and somehow manage to insult every Asian culture they can remember. How that happened we’re still trying to figure out. Be that as it may, the guys have some great pics, and as always they have their... Read more
This week, Scott and Todd talk about offensive humor, and if there should be any limits on comedy. They segue into some tasteless jokes from one of Todd’s favorite books, as well as Carlin’s take on rape jokes, and they close out by blasting the hell out of trigger... Read more
Ah, School is finally over now that Summer has finally arrived! So while all the brats are now enjoying their summer break or searching for a job to pay off their expensive Student Loans, lets a look at a few picks of my favorite School themed movies shall... Read more
Game of Thrones Recap by AsimovLives Season 6 – Episode 9 “Battle of the Bastards” Hello. AsimovLives here I’m a regular contributor to The Supernaughts. This is my series of recap articles about the episodes of the season 6 of HBO’s television series Game of Thrones, a show i dearly... Read more
This week’s Imaginarium is dedicated to the mass shooting victims and their families in Orlando the weekend before last. Special guest Jonathan Saiz, who lives 20 minutes away from the club, talks about his reaction to it, shares some pictures from the vigil the next day, and we all... Read more
Game of Thrones Recap by AsimovLives Season 6 – Episode 8 “No One” Hello. AsimovLives here I’m a regular contributor to The Supernaughts. This is my series of recap articles about the episodes of the season 6 of HBO’s television series Game of Thrones, a show i dearly love, for... Read more
New “Stargate”-films in development, “Guardians 2” wraps filming, Helen Mirren joins “Fast 8”, trailers for Rob Zombie’s “31”, “Moana”, “Pete’s Dragon”, next “South Park”-videogame and the return of David Brent, details on “Sicario” threequel and “Oceans 11”-spinoff, Shane Black gears up to film “The Predator” in the fall, spit-take of the week and more.
“‘Gods of Egypt’ is not a good movie, but it might have made a great 16-bit arcade game once upon a time…”
It’s an Imaginarium for the ages as Scott recounts his twitter feud with Roseanne Barr, then contemplates where the hell Jack Randomm has been. Kyle Fulton returns to talk about Captain America, and reminds us, Hydra aren’t Nazis and other words of import. Todd celebrates National Sex Day, and the... Read more
Game of Thrones Recap by AsimovLives Season 6 – Episode 7 “The Broken Man” Hello. AsimovLives here I’m a regular contributor to The Supernaughts. This is my series of recap articles about the episodes of the season 6 of HBO’s television series Game of Thrones, a show i dearly love,... Read more
Recently, I got word that Actress Rose McGowan has raised a big stink about FOX’s Billboards promoting the highly anticipated reboot, X-Men Apocalypse. In the ad, there’s an ominous but terrifying picture of the titular subtitled character, Apocalypse choking the Shit out of Mystique played by Jennifer Lawrence.... Read more
John Williams wanting to return to Indy and SW, Mel Gibson to do Jesus-sequel, Mads Mikkelsen addresses the “Rogue One”-situation, teaser for Netflix’ “Stranger Things”, “Galactica”-movie has a director circling, Adam McKay’s next, “Suicide Squad”-rating, Ron Howard’s next, set photos/videos from “Trainspotting 2”, “Fast 8” and “Dunkirk”, Spit-take of the week and more…
Fresh from his move, Scott returns to the show, to talk about his move, the Arizona heat, living in a studio apartment for 9 years. Todd talks about the Gorilla who was killed at the zoo, what kept him from moving to Arizona, and animal rights assholes. All this and Todd reveals his love for something…hairy, while Scott kills a critter on this weeks Imaginarium!
Steven Spielberg’s Jaws is my favorite movie. I have easily seen it five hundred times, maybe more if you add in the countless late night drunk viewings. It even helped me get laid a few times. As my friend, a reckless Lothario , once told me “Chicks dig... Read more
We know the icons. Elvis Presley, Jimi Hendrix, Bruce Lee and Muhammad Ali. Of course there are more icons, but when I think of larger than life persons, those 4 come to mind right away. So the big question is, how can you do them justice in an article?... Read more
“Rogue One”-reporting madness, Pennywise the Clown cast for “IT”, “Captain Marvel” lead & director-shortlists, Day-Lewis back with P.T. Anderson?, unseen storyboards of Raimi’s Spidey 4 surfaced, The Rock is Doc Savage, “Sicario” sequel-details, Daniel Craig’s next and the spit-take of the week.
IAB finally gets back to his 1990-series with a film that still looks purty after all these years.
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Game of Thrones Recap by AsimovLives Season 6 – Episode 6 “Blood of My Blood” Hello. AsimovLives here I’m a regular contributor to The Supernaughts. This is my series of recap articles about the episodes of the season 6 of HBO’s television series Game of Thrones, a show i dearly... Read more
While Scott was busy packing and moving, Todd hijacks the Imaginarium and enlists Jerry Janda in his diabolical plan. With more gay jokes than you can shake a…stick at, Todd and Jerry hurl abuse at Scott, and manage to talk about Captain America before a special surprise guest makes... Read more
Welcome to the first (and possibly only) issue of Toruk’s Tales! In this series I, Toruk, will tell a short story (in real-time) via the oldest artistic medium…sketches! Sketches and doodles are the birth places of universes. They are the first stop of some of man’s greatest…and worst, ideas.... Read more
“Alita: Battle Angel” gets it’s lead, HBO’s “Westworld” fianlly coming out, Gyllenhaal & Villeneuve to reteam on “The Son”, “Wiener-Dog” & “Deepwater Horizon”-trailers, Wesley Snipes lobbying hard for Blade’s return, “Ghost in the Shell” adds a new castmember, Sergio Leone’s heirs reviving a TV-series pitch of his, first still of “Alien: Covenant”, Nolan’s “Dunkirk” begins shooting and the spit-take of the week.
Another IAB comic strip that made is in the Spirit of StudioHEAD.
Game of Thrones Recap by AsimovLives Season 6 – Episode 5 “The Door” Hello. AsimovLives here I’m a regular contributor to The Supernaughts. This is my series of recap articles about the episodes of the season 6 of HBO’s television series Game of Thrones, a show i dearly love, for... Read more
Scott and Todd shake things up a bit this week by playing a new game, “What are you…”, where they talk about the things they’re watching, reading, listening to, and what’s pissing them off. Todd starts off with a rant about the election, and Scott follows it with an epic rant about people labeling themselves nonbinary. He follows that up with a critical look t gay pride festivals that will offend most people. From there they cover most everything going on in their pop culture overloaded lives, and end it with some love for Star Trek: The Motion Picture. Well, one of them does anyway. #podcast
I was not that big a fan when it came to Batman. And this was mostly in part to those lame depictions from the 60’s Adam West series to the awfully bad Hanna Barbera & Filmation cartoons. (Super Friends, The New Adventures of Batman & Scooby Doo) Way... Read more
A review of the latest X-Men movie and some thoughts about the status of the franchise in general.
“Star Trek Beyond” full trailer, “Thor: Ragnarok” cast announced, Kubrick’s “Napoleon” to be helmed for HBO by Cary Fukunaga, did Stephen King just drop a massive “The Dark Tower”-spoiler? First pic of Charize Theron in “Fast 8”, Michael Keaton on/off/on “Spider-Man: Homecoming”, “The Purge: Election Year”-trailer, TMNT2 trailer, spit-take of the week and more.
Game of Thrones Recap by AsimovLives Season 6 – Episode 4 “Book of the Stranger” Hello. AsimovLives here I’m a regular contributor to The Supernaughts. This is my series of recap articles about the episodes of the season 6 of HBO’s television series Game of Thrones, a show i dearly... Read more
This will be the first in a series of retrospectives about the sitcoms of Norman Lear and how they changed the landscape of Television. I never said a guy who wears glasses is a queer. A guy who wears glasses is a four-eyes. A guy who is... Read more
IAB trying to make the pieces fit together in his head.
Though Mother’s Day in the US has come and gone, that didn’t stop Jerry and Scott from talking about their favorite movies about dear old Mom! From the obvious to the obscure, you’ll be sure to want to call your own Mom after listening! http://media.blubrry.com/thesupernaughts/p/pods.thesupernaughts.com/Imaginarium/WMMothersday.mp3Podcast: Play in new window... Read more
Michael B. Jordan joins “Black Panther”, Gareth Edwards exits “Godzilla 2”, “Pacific Rim 2” gets writer no. 4, Trailers for “The Woods”, “The Neon Demon” and “Incarnate”. Michael Bay aims to film more military advertising, Disney cancels a lot of stuff and multiple spit-takes of the week.
Tim Burton is god! A director in season. Most have one work in their life, others can keep that going for eternity with no new DNA, or nothing anyone wants to see injected into the corpse they insist is still alive. How many rock bands in zombie pose do... Read more
Game of Thrones Recap by AsimovLives Season 6 – Episode 3 “Oathbreaker” Hello. AsimovLives here I’m a regular contributor to The Supernaughts. This is my series of recap articles about the episodes of the season 6 of HBO’s television series Game of Thrones, a show i dearly love, for your... Read more
A Special Monday Wednesday Paperback Edition! 2006, it was the proverbial shot heard around the World! And the Marvel Universe will never be the same afterwards. The graphic novel, Civil War is one of the most controversial if not celebrated story arcs of comicdom for so many reasons.... Read more
What better way to celebrate Todd’s 1 year anniversary on The Imaginarium than by having two lovely cosplayers on? Jaycee and Aerilaya are friends and frequent the conventions together, providing a one-two punch of creativity and imagination! They talk about what got them into cosplay, their favorite costumes, and sewing on the go. All this and what lesson did Scott learn that involved him wearing a Sailor Moon outfit? Find out on this week’s raucous episode of The Imaginarium. #podcast
Avengers: Infinity War retitled, Russell Crowe added to The Mummy, Details and casting on Del Toro’s Cold War movie, Infernal poster, The young Han Solo finally cast, Some shark movie trailers, another Scorsese project close to happening, Cats movie and the spit-take of the week…
Bop crowns his favourite German movies.
Bronson. Coburn. Hill. That’s all that really needed to be said, but this – around 2250 words – is what I got.
Where there is light, there is darkness… After we published our official Supernaughts- list of the Best Movies from 2000-2015 a few weeks ago, we once again colluded to create the Yang to the Yin, the list of the Worst of the Worst, a Flop 10! The time frame... Read more
Game of Thrones recap: Season 6, Episode 2.
A Dutch crowns the 10 Best Dutch movies.
AsimovLives recaps the 1st episode of Game of Thrones, Season 6.
Trailers for “The Nice Guys”, “Batman: The Killing Joke”, “Snowden”, “Cell”. The new Lara Croft has been cast – plus various other casting news, including “Alita: Battle Angel”. Dreamworks Animation bought by NBC/Universal, Scorcese eyeing a George Washington-film, Spit-take of the week and more…
Due to a glitch in the matrix, this week’s original show had to be scrubbed. Guest, Raine Hilai, lead singer for Midnight Eternal will be back very soon! In the meantime check out her links at the bottom of the page, and order their album which hits the streets... Read more
The new trailer for “Independence Day: Resurgence”, Blomkamp’s “Alien” still alive, A whole bunch of Marvel news, “The Girl on the Train”-trailer, a third “Sherlock Holmes”-movie may be in development, Warner Bros. “Jungle Book” may be in a bit of a turmoil and spit-take of the week.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, it seems that Toy manufacturer Hasbro wants a slice of that Movie Pie that Marvel has been reaping tons of revenue from thanks to their hugely successful films. Hasbro has assembled writers for their very own Cinematic Universe which consists of their toy... Read more
Two Television movies from two legendary horror-directors are looked at in this latest “Night Terrors”-column.
This month Scott and Jerry talk about Westerns, the transformation of the genre, and what it means to American culture. What pick of Scott’s shocks Jerry? Find out on this installment of Weekday Matinee! Plus a tribute to Deadwood!
Bop reveals his Top 10 movies from the time frame of 2000-2015.
“Gentleman, ladies: what if Superman had decided to fly down, rip off the roof of the White House, and grab the president right out of the Oval Office. Who would’a stopped him?”-Suicide Squad (2016) There’s an old proverb; “With great power comes great responsibility “. Now many of... Read more
“Batman: The Killing Joke” definitely R-rated, “Game of Thrones”‘ last two seasons might get fewer episodes, “The Neon Demon”-trailer, Shyamalan’s “Tales from the Crypt” and Dimension’s “The Mist” get 10-episode orders, “Deadpool-sequel” a go at Fox, Jason Statham to battle a prehistoric shark in “Meg”, various casting news and spit-take of the week…
This episode of StudioHEAD will be re-shot later to add some actual jokes.
In an gargantuan endeavour, 13 (!) Supernaughts columnists and guest writers crowned their absolute Top 10 Best Movies from the time frame of 2000-2015! UPDATED with one more contribution!!!
Last month Sony Pictures released the first trailer to Paul Feig’s opus Ghostbusters and it was met with criticism almost immediately thanks to the opening text stating that “30 years ago four scientists saved New York” (quickly damage controlled to “four friends” for the subsequent international trailer). The trailer would... Read more
Sequel news on “Edge of Tomorrow”, “Fast 8”, “Kingsman: The Golden Circle”, trailer for “The BFG”, teaser image of “Trollhunters”, “Dunkirk” casting news, some more of those “Suicide Squad”-rumors and the spit-take of the week.