The fourth episode of the Supernaughts “limited event series” podcast, where IAB and Puck (with Guest Star Scott Colbert) talk about The X-Files Season 4 and more.
This is the most important episode of TLC in the history of the universe! http://media.blubrry.com/thesupernaughts/p/pods.thesupernaughts.com/TLC/podcastTLCaug27.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download Read more
Jack fights the plague this week, so Jamill Payne joins the boys to rave about the Mad Max series! What’s up with post-apocalyptic fashions? Of course talking about Max sets off another rant about reboots…Ghostbusters, anyone We finally drag Kyle away from Metal Gear long enough to get his... Read more
At long last, Walden Pond returns to America to school Zissou and Chris on Bernie Sanders and the current political climate. They also discuss quinceaneras, trivia night, favorite movies, and review The Visit. http://media.blubrry.com/thesupernaughts/p/pods.thesupernaughts.com/Lasagna/VLhowditgetberned.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download Read more
There’s fun up in the Imaginarium this week as, Kyle Fulton, the cohost of Jack Random’s podcast joins Scott and Todd to talk all things Fallout and Elder Scrolls. From dragons flying backwards, to massacring entire villages, the guys talk about their favorite moments, different ways to play, and... Read more
This week, an episode of TLC so awesome, you will remember it in the next life! That’s right, this week TLC is joined by our first ever guest, writer Christopher Sebela We(l)come Back. Join us while we talk indie publishing, choosing to tell diverse stories, and discover that working... Read more
This week, Zissou and Chris abandon hope of reuniting with Walden Pond, Chris finds himself afflicted with ear-sweat, Zissou finds a misleading note on his take-out, and the two review Blade Runner: The Final Cut and Mistress America. http://media.blubrry.com/thesupernaughts/p/pods.thesupernaughts.com/Lasagna/VL25.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download Read more
Welcome to the debut of the new monthly show,Weekday Matinee with Scott and Jerry. Alternating time slots with Jailbait, WM will be chock full of movies, opinions, drawn swords, virgin sacrifices, and a good dose of smart, informed movie criticism. From the classics to the Z grade flicks, Scott... Read more
This week Lee Platt, co-host of Dead Dave radio and mastermind behind the upcoming PopI Con convention joins Scott and Todd as they talk all things, Pop I Con, charity, the new Star Wars toys, and capping it off with a remembrance of Wes Craven. All this, and a... Read more
This week, Mr. Nightly is joined by AsimovLives! These two fucks talk about Asi’s trip to Sweden, a man who smuggles cow eyes, bullying in schools, and why “depressing” entertainment is superior fun.
The third episode of the Supernaughts “limited event series” podcast, where IAB and Puck talk about The X-Files Season 3 and more.
Hey, hey, everyone, This week we are talking about Rambo: First Blood Part 2! Our guest is actress Julia Nickson who played Co in the movie. Read some of the interview below or click the play button to hear more about the film, Asian stereotyping, being nominated for... Read more
This week, Walden Pond eludes capture once again and Zissou and Chris review She’s Funny That Way and Best of Enemies. http://media.blubrry.com/thesupernaughts/p/pods.thesupernaughts.com/Lasagna/VL24.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download Read more
This week, Robert Mukes, best known as Rufus T. Firefly from House of 1000 Corpses drops in and talks with Scott and Todd about his basketball career, why he prefers character roles, how he got the role in House of 1000 Corpses, working with Karen Black, and what it’s... Read more
Hannibal is more than likely over, ending the show with the “Red Dragon” story arc. Check out this weekend remind episode of Shut Up Kids where the original “Tooth Fairy” actor Tom Noonan stops by to talk about Michael Mann’s “Manhunter.”
In which El was distracted by butterflies and forgot to show up, so Amanda and Emily designed the perfect comic subscription service. Tune in to hear Emily discover her true calling of summarizing the most hipster comic on earth, and your faithful podcasters foolishly assuming that just because El... Read more
This week the guys are joined by Jamill Payne and DJ Ocebot to talk all things music! Of course they’re still disgusted by Jared Fogel and certain television directors, so you know there’s going to be off-color jokes at their expense. Also, the ratings for Fear The Walking Dead... Read more
After a week long hiatus, Chris and Zissou return with a super-sized episode featuring reviews of American Ultra, Digging for Fire, and The End of the Tour. Zissou recounts his squabble with a theater security guard and Chris thinks he might have seen a body stashed in a dumpster.... Read more
While Scott takes a sick day from The Imaginarium, he offers up an episode of Jailbait never meant to see the light of day. Scott and Wade have an off day in the world of podcasting but manage to muster through anyway. While the boys attempt to discuss seasons... Read more
This week’s rewind takes us back to The Debate Show #36. Jack, Kyle, Scott and Abe debate Joss leaving Twitter, whether or not it’s a good idea to have access to content creators, heroes, villains, anti-heroes and bacon wrapped pizza comes up.
Some weeks you just need to sit back, relax, and talk about the weirdest and coolest things that happened to you while you were working in a comic store. (Or, if you MUST be all special and actually create things like Emily does, things that happened while you were... Read more
This experimental episode starts with Jack interrupting Kyle and his buddy Steve playing Bloodborne. So they immediately scrap the regular “format” and freestyle the entire show!
Topics include the feasibility of a Tetris movie, destroying controllers, the Assassins Creed series, Kiefer Sutherland’s cartoon work, a horrible company spokesperson, Empire’s Emmy snub, Punisher movies, and Dr. Dre’s violent past!
Hey, hey, everyone, This week we are talking about a very peculiar comedy by the dude who made Napoleon Dynamite. We’re discussing Gentlemen Broncos! Our guest is actress Halley Feiffer who played Tabatha in the movie. Read some of the interview below or click the play button to hear... Read more
Unfortunately, Zissou and the gang could not be here today. So, we scoured the Supernaughts archives to find a classic Vegetable Lasagna episode. So here it is, the first every Vegetable Lasagna episode entitled: The Vegetable Lasagna Show Episode 1. Zissou did want me to communicate to all of you that his political protest is going very well. For 24 hours he hasn’t eaten a single grape.
Episode 40 is a barn burner as screenwriter/actor/producer Jerry Janda Jr returns to the Imaginarium. Jerry talks about his new movie Black Wake, starring Eric Roberts and Tom Sizemore, where the idea came from, and his love for Lovecraft. Scott and Jerry spend a silly amount of time talking about the... Read more
In this week’s rewind Scott brings together the best of the best in indie horror to talk about what horror is, censorship, slasher movies, sexism, and racism in the genre. Several trains and the odd police siren also make an appearance. So join Jerry Janda, Jennifer Valdes, Tom Ryan, Jeremiah... Read more
Team books are way cooler than solo books! (unless you are near El, who just HAS to get meta about things) Hercules is fabulously…straight…Marvel is amazingly…on fire…. Reviews: Kaptara stayed good, Midnighter turned out to be great, no really you guys…. And Gosh, wasn’t there a neat indie book... Read more
This week, the gang reviews Vacation and Irrational Man. Zissou discusses his strange side effect from giving blood, Chris condemns democracy, and Walden Pond drunkenly finds himself with an expensive hotel suite for the weekend. http://media.blubrry.com/thesupernaughts/p/pods.thesupernaughts.com/Lasagna/VL22.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download Read more
Strap yourselves in, as this is the most heated show that Scott and Wade have recorded yet. The two disagree so vehemently you wonder if they saw the same movie. Who likes the Sharon Stone death row flick and who doesn’t? Tune in and find out! As of... Read more
This week’s episode is pretty special to me; today is not only my 50th birthday, but my friend Joe Adams’ 65th. You remember Joe, he was on the debate show-one of our first guests, as well as an early guest on the Imaginarium. I couoldn’t think of a better... Read more
Women in Comic Panels, now with less women!
Sure, GenCon tried to hold a women in comics panel with no women, but Denver is totally the hipster comic con, they were holding women in comics panels without women ages ago!
This week the guys laugh about the first reviews for the New Fantastic Four movie, and wonder what went wrong. Also, Mr. Fulton’s mortal enemies, the diabolical Konami Corporation have struck again, and Kyle considers applying for a position on their security team. The guys dissect Sony Pictures’ release... Read more
In this episode, we talk about the bromantic, action flick Point Break! And we’re joined by the writer of the film, Peter Illif!
This week, Chris tells his story about a sticky club, Zissou preps for an imaginary interview with Obama, the gang reviews A Tale of Springtime and they ask the listeners Tim Vs Peach.
It never should have happened, but it did. Scott’s Cohosts, Wade and Todd get together and the three have a semi drunken talk about boobs, pornography, sex, exploitation of minors, and what kind of whiskey Todd’s drinking. It’s a no holds barred, controversial episode of the Imaginarium! ... Read more
In this edition of Weekend Rewind, we’re airing a classic Shut Up Kids episode where Dan (Movies and Stuff podcast) and Nick (The Nightly Weekly podcast) sit down and interview actor Sam Rockwell about his great career. Joining in on the fun is director Alex Rockwell. Enjoy! http://media.blubrry.com/thesupernaughts/p/pods.thesupernaughts.com/SUK/38_SUK_58.mp3Podcast: Play... Read more
In which we hop into the Wayback Machine for an in-depth review of Age of Ultron (Spoilers: We all love the Vision, Emily talks about history, and El is cranky about the Black Widow).
This week, Zissou sits down for an in-depth interview with the infamous Indiana Peach, who reads a 1000 word except from The Cairo Detective 3. The two discuss writing, publishing, Tarantino, and True Detective.
This week, Nick is joined by Ronnie Mac! These two fucks talk about the world’s biggest pig lover, tech Wiccans, Nick’s hatred for teenagers, the world’s most hated tv show, shitting in tunnels, how nobody cares about you, and much more! http://media.blubrry.com/thesupernaughts/p/pods.thesupernaughts.com/Nightly/NW-7-26.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download Read more
The second episode of the Supernaughts “limited event series” podcast, where IAB and Puck talk about The X-Files Season 2 and more.
In which San Diego Comic Con is the Cheesecake Factory of conventions, Going to SPACE may be a bit of a bummer, and no one is hipster enough for the Small Press Expo.
After a week off, the guys are back and full of geek enthusiasm! Marketing guru Joe Buchalter sits in with the guys and lets us know what the deal is with all the movie trailer leaks.
In this episode, we talk about the cult comic book film The Shadow! And we’re joined by actress Penelope Ann Miller!
This week, the duo discusses the To Kill a Mockingbird sequel, Chris discusses Zissou’s homeless doppelganger, and Zissou reviews Trainwreck. Music by Kevin MacLeod http://media.blubrry.com/thesupernaughts/p/pods.thesupernaughts.com/Lasagna/VegetableLasagna19.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download Read more
This week Scott and Wade get a bit serious as they talk about the British film Scum, which debuted Ray Winstone in a role that would define his carecareer er. From the IMDB page “This is the hard and shocking story of life in a British Borstal for young... Read more
Today’s Imaginarium is an encore presentation of episode 8, from January 12th of this year. Veteran Aaron Sawyer joins the Imaginarium this week, and he and Scott talk about his time in the military, why Superman is unreadable, why circles suck, and Aaron’s paintings. Aaron’s Website Twitter ... Read more
We Hurt DC Because we Care – a blast from the pre-DCYou past, as El, Amanda and Emily discuss why so many people hate on DC Comics Creator’s Rights – Wherein we do not do Powergirl, except…we totally do Powergirl. What we Look for When we go into a... Read more
This week, the crew discusses RopeOfSilicon.com’s unfair moderation, trying to run a Zissou-less show, nice Nebraskan roads, Chris finally reviews Chappie, and Zissou talks True Detective season 2.
On this week’s Imaginarium, we have a round table discussion on gaming and gaymers. Joining Scott and Todd are two members of the Phoenix gaymers group, Ruthann Cage and Nickolas Yellowhorse. We talk about our favorite games, what got us into gaming as well as online homophobia and whether... Read more
This week, Mr. Nightly returns with a super special guest. These two fucks just shoot the shit about Nick’s time away from the podcast, kids and religion, Jared Fogle’s child porn investigation, Bill Cosby, True Detective, Mad Max, the morons we know, and much, much more. http://media.blubrry.com/thesupernaughts/p/pods.thesupernaughts.com/Nightly/NW-7-12.mp3Podcast: Play in... Read more
Join us for TLC: The Scandal Edition, as El, Amanda and Emily break down the new Marvel book announcements, review Airboy come hell or threats from (unrelated) writers, and wonder how women can possibly make comics with our tiny little woman fingers. Now with added nonsequiters and twice as much [redacted]!
This week the Supernaughts own Detective Dee sits down with the guys to discuss all things horror! It’s July, so what else is there to talk about? Video games, movies, remakes, comedies…if it’s creepy, the boys cover it. Are haunted houses overrated? Is Godzilla? Click the play and find out... Read more
Director Tom Holland stops by to talk about the 30th Anniversary of Fright Night!
This week’s Imaginarium will not be heard due to our guest’s family emergency, and Scott’s never ending Internet problems. The Imaginarium will return next week. This week blacksploitation meets jailsploitation in Leon Isaac Kennedy’s cult hit, PENITENTIARY! Be amazed as two of the whitest people on earth talk... Read more
This week the guys break down the populatity of Dr. Who and get in depth about the remake of Stephen King’s “It”! They discuss the hazards of an online existence, and Stephen Colbert invades Small Town Michigan. Also, some bands shouldn’t cover some songs. http://media.blubrry.com/thesupernaughts/p/pods.thesupernaughts.com/Debate/RandomShow5.mp3Podcast: Play in new window... Read more
TLC: Terrible Life Choices/Totally Love Comics Episode 2 In which the podcast gets a name, the reasons some stories are best told in comic format are discussed, and our comic-industry dream jobs are revealed (Spoilers: Emily would be a writer). http://media.blubrry.com/thesupernaughts/p/pods.thesupernaughts.com/TLC/TerribleLifeChoices2.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download Read more
Writer Andrew Kevin Walker talks to the Movies and Stuff guys about the 20th anniversary of the David Fincher film Se7en.
This week, Chris and Zissou discuss the death penalty, feeder mice, Jurassic World, Nebraska wine tours and Pixar being overrated.
Joining Scott and Todd this week is music producer, singer, writer, actress, director ( to name just a few) Alia Lorae. Alia talks about how she got into music, her new album, being bad at math, and her role in the horror movie “The Turnpike Killer”. All this, and... Read more
….and Dee and Nick complete their conversation about this forgotten genre of the (early) 90s! We talk about “Body of Evidence”, “Color of Night” and more!
EL, Amanda and Emily kick off the first episode of TLC: Totally Love Comics/Terrible Life Choices talking about the comic books that ignited their TLC, the good and bad aspects of initially going to cons and what books a newcomer should check out.
Arkham Knight is released and that’s all the guys talk about this week! Former guests Jamill Payne, Ryan Porter, and Treyarch’s Marc Morriseau talk everything Batman with Jack and Kyle! Also, is the Batmobile overrated? http://media.blubrry.com/thesupernaughts/p/pods.thesupernaughts.com/Debate/RandomShow4-Vigilante.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download Read more
Remember the once insanely popular subgenre of the “Erotic Thriller” that thrived in the early 90s?
Dee and Nick take a look back and discuss this curious phenomenon of cinema, from “Basic Instnct” (1992) to “Jade” (1995). Part 2 on Sunday, June 28th!
Writer/director Jonathan Lynn talks to the Movies and Stuff guys about the 30th anniversary of the cult comedy film Clue.
This week, Zissou and Chris discuss the career of Chuck Palahniuk, a plus-sized burlesque show, and The Gingerbread Man. Music by Kevin MacLeod. http://media.blubrry.com/thesupernaughts/p/pods.thesupernaughts.com/Lasagna/VegetableLasagna16.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download Read more
This week’s jailbait takes a bit of a serious turn as Wade and Scott explore the Nick Broomfield documentary Aileen: The Life and Death of a Serial Killer, about the U.S. female serial killer, Aileen Wuornos. Filmed in the weeks leading up to her execution, Aileen is a harrowing... Read more
Two weeks before 9/11 Kealan Patrick Burke moved to the U.S. from a small town Ireland. Since then he’s gone on to write 5 novels, 4 short story collections, edited 4 anthologies, over 100 short stories and had his short story “Peekers” optioned by Lionsgate. Todd and Scott talk... Read more
This special extended episode actually devotes some time to a real world topic! Namely, is there such a thing as a transracial person, or are certain people full of it?
In the Pilot episode of this “limited event series” podcast, IAB and Puck Propaganda chat about the first season of The X-Files.
The Movies and Stuff podcast talk about Bad Lieutenant and are joined by director Abel Ferrara!
This week, Chris describes his journey into the mystical land of Manitoba where he tried the best chicken fingers in existence. Zissou weeps with jealousy while also finding time to review Jurassic World. Music by Kevin MacLeod http://media.blubrry.com/thesupernaughts/p/pods.thesupernaughts.com/Lasagna/TheVegetableLasagnaShowEpisode15.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download Read more
This week, two of Todd’s friends, actress/cosplayer Missy Heather, and model Crystal Rose enter the Imaginarium to talk about modeling, cosplay, acting, misconceptions about models and cosplayers, all while being serenaded by a…frog? Funny, entertaining, and thought provoking, it’s an episode you won’t want to miss! Missy Heather ... Read more
Finish off Jack and Kyle’s hellish week with the most resilient podcast on the damn net! We have geek-in-training Amanda Buchalter joining the guys this week to pick their brains on all things comic book related.
The 1990s world of movies had Highs and Lows. Today we talk about the Lows- but the ones we (secretly ?) enjoy!
The Movies and Stuff podcast talk about Batman Begins and are joined by actor Mark Boone Junior!
This week, Moose, Chris, Champloo, and Walden Pond all get drinks and leave Zissou to do the podcast alone. He reviews Gosford Park, Quintet, and MASH before newcomer Wet Willy saves the show with his fear of dinosaurs. Music by Kevin MacLeod http://media.blubrry.com/thesupernaughts/p/pods.thesupernaughts.com/Lasagna/TheVegetableLasagnaShowEpisode14.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download Read more
In what may be the worst movie they’ve seen to date, Wade and Scott chat about the Brett Michaels vanity project, A Letter From Death Row. Judge for yourself just how shitastic it actually is from the link below! http://media.blubrry.com/thesupernaughts/p/pods.thesupernaughts.com/Imaginarium/Jailbait04ALetterFromDeathRow.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download Read more
This week’s Imaginarium is dedicated to the memory of actress Cheryl Downey. Film critic John Ary joins Scott and Todd, and the guys talk about the popularity of Mad Max, the lull of the Memorial Day box office, remakes, sequels, and reboots. Plus John talks about why he’s losing... Read more
This week Asimov Lives joins Jack and Kyle as they welcome their guest, game aficionado Ryan Porter! The guys talk about the new Fallout Game, post-apocalyptic futures, Kung Fury, Portugal, and more!
Some artists in the film business truly unfold their potential in collaborations. Which ones do we love, which ones do we hate? And more!
Filmmakers and the horror meisters behind Hallows Eve Films, Brian Weaver and Evan Makrogiannis join Scott and Todd on this week’s show. The guys talk about everything from Todd and strippers to why there are so few character driven movies today. Brian and Evan also talk about their movies... Read more
Mr. Nightly did nothing this week, so here’s a collection of highlights from the first few episodes of what would eventually become “The Nightly Weekly.” Take a look back at what made Nick and his former co-host, Dan, tingly all those weeks ago, and tune in again next week for a BRAND NEW episode!
The Movies and Stuff podcast talk about From Beyond and are joined by actress Barbara Crampton!
This week Jack and Kyle sit down with their friend from Atlanta, Ultra Geek and aspiring writer Jamill Payne! On this week’s show they talk crowd funding videogames and banging movie soundtracks. They bitch about Max Payne and other adaptions that miss the point, and trash a comic book... Read more
The Avco Embassy Pictures special goes on with this podcast episode in which IAB, Dee and Stalkeye discuss the legacy of the film studio that brought us such different classics as “The Fog”, “Time Bandits”, “Escape from New York” and more!
In this podcast Tarmac and Abe speak with Jessica Howell and Chelsea O’Connor about their sci-fi short Susie Sunshine. The conversation touches on crowdfunding, corporate America, women in film, selling furniture, and Re-Animator the Musical. Chelsea O’Connor – Writer | Director | Producer Jessica Howell... Read more
This week, Moose Henderson and Chris Just Chris take a spa day while Champloo and Zissou discuss the use of cars in cinema. Theme song by Kevin Macleod. http://media.blubrry.com/thesupernaughts/p/pods.thesupernaughts.com/Lasagna/TheVegetableLasagnaShowEpisode13.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download Read more
Travel to Wade’s neck of the woods with this week’s hysterical episode about the UK sitcom Porridge. Wade gives a brief background on this comedy from 1974, as well as its star, Ronnie Barker. The boys talk about the characters, the episodes, and why it’s a must watch. Oh,... Read more
Scott and Todd settle in with Illusionist, Paranormal Investigator, Author, and President of the Dracula Society of Maryland, Daniel Rumanos. Joining them by phone (the spirit board was out of order), Dan and the guys talk about magic, Houdini, Hammer horror films, and delve into the esoteric with talk... Read more
This week, Mr. Nightly is joined by globe trotting ladies man, Ronnie Mac! These two fucks talk about the anger over a Game of Thrones rape scene, The Duggar family’s love for child molesters, Konami’s new game plan, the possible truth about Dr. Head Transplant, Assholes, and more!
The Movies and Stuff podcast talk about Lost Highway and are joined by novelist and screenplay writer Barry Gifford!
This week Jack and Kyle sit down with Mo-cap director and filmmaker Marc Morisseau to discuss fight choreography, computer generated effects vs practical, ambiguous movie endings, and appropriate prom wear. Known for his work on Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, Titanfall, and Wolfenstein: The New Order, Marc Morisseau is... Read more
Scientifically not proven, the fascination those phenomena nonetheless spawned a bunch of great films, from “Akira” to “Scanners” and “Firestarter”. The podcast formerly known as “Breakfast on Planet X” is now “BOPX”!
This week, Chris Just Chris finds a little person in a big trash can, Moose Henderson tells of New York times, Zissou reviews Mad Max: Fury Road, and the gang casts the live-action Futurama movie.
With a statewide internet outage (F**k you CenturyLink), Abe substitutes for Scott, and brings the horror nerd, Todd Staruch along for the ride as DJ Jack Randomm busts some beats (or whatever the kids today are saying). The guys talk about-what else-comics- but take a bit of serious turn... Read more