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
Episode 40 is a barn burner as screenwriter/actor/producer Jerry Janda Jr returns to the Imaginarium. Â Jerry talks about his new movie Black Wake, starring Eric RobertsÂ andÂ 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 rewindÂ 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
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
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
Today’s Imaginarium is an encore presentation of episode 8, from January 12th of this year.Â 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 Aaronâ€™s paintings. Aaron’s Website Twitter ... Read more
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
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
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 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
This weekâ€™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
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
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
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
Fresh from her appearance on the horror roundtable, Jennifer Valdes talks about her time in television, working as an editor for Troma, as well as her feature film Jack O’Slasher, and her new, haunting short film, Isabelle. It’s chock full of tidbits, humor, and an honest assessment of today’s... Read more
Episode 27 marks the debut of The Imaginarium’s co-host Todd Staruch, so please welcome him to the SN family!! Todd and Scott are joined by writer, director, actor, and crowdfunder extraordinaire Rob Dimension! Rob talks about his movies, including his newest, “Rabbit Hole” , how to make a successful... Read more
Emmy Award winning director Corey Norman left documentaries to pursue indie horror and hasn’t looked back. Aside from award winning work, Norman was recently nominated for the best director in Maine. In this week’s Imaginarium, he and Scott talk about his movies, the politics of getting states to assist... Read more
For the 25th episode, 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,... Read more
Award winning filmmaker Kurtz Frausun joins Scott to talk about his new documentary Candid Love. Also joining is one of the subjects of the movie, Jon Hargis. We talk about the documentary, gay relationships, Jon’s partner Daniel, and the problems that arose in their relationship after the death of... Read more
Dublin based writer Michael Mulvhill joins the Imaginarium to talk about his books, Bram Stoker, his love for Dublin, and much more. You know you want to hear about Siberian hell holes, don’t you? Amazon Author Page:Â http://www.amazon.com/Michael-Mulvihill/e/B0080JOGQC/ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_1?qid=1428288096&sr=8-1-spell Facebook https://www.facebook.com/MikhailAzzakov https://www.facebook.com/pages/Michael-Mulvihill-Fiction-Author/224028177787100? http://media.blubrry.com/thesupernaughts/p/pods.thesupernaughts.com/Imaginarium/Imaginarium23.mp3Podcast: Play in new window... Read more
Daniel McGuffey returns to The Supernaughts network, and talks about how he went from being a video game player to working in the industry; having to live in a friend’s walk in closet; dealing with depression; being on Master Chef and what he learned from the experience, as well... Read more
Fresh from his co-hosting stint with Mr. Nick Nightly, author Dan Grote runs across the hall to the Imaginarium headquarters. Secreted in Scott’s underground lair, Dan talks about his new book, Magic Pier, his love for comics, and how he found out his 3 year old was a DC... Read more
Wade and Scott close out their OZ podcasts by reminiscing about the show a bit, saying naughty words, talking about their top 10 favorite prisons, favorite scenes, ad favorite deaths. They also talk about their new podcast, Don’t Listen to Strangers! http://media.blubrry.com/thesupernaughts/p/pods.thesupernaughts.com/Imaginarium/OZLockdown.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download Read more
In honor of The Imaginarium’s 20th episode, Scott has two special guests. First up is the lovely and charming Joan Steiger. Joan talks about her life in the movies, as well as her late husband Rod Steiger. Following Joan is Jerry Janda Jr, the producer, writer and costar of... Read more
As Scott and Wade debate the final season of OZ, we find out Wade wasn’t impressed with Ortolani’s cameo, has far better ideas for how the show should have ended, and Scott goes off on tangents…again. It’s a combative wrap up with a teaser for the final episode next... Read more
Todd Staruch is the man and myth behind the horror nerd website, as well as the promoter for grindhouse night at Cafe Z. Todd and Scott talk all things horror, the indie scene, and some of their favorite indie horror flicks. Lots of interesting conversation, honesty and laughter, not... Read more
As Scott and Wade talk about season 5, Scott manages to be nice to the french, but pokes fun at someone’s foreskin. Wade however, reveals a dark secret he’s harbored about this season! Find out what it is on this episode of Bitches of OZ!
Imaginarium has not one, but two guests this week! First up is actor James Wilder who talks about everything from juggling chainsaws and working with Mickey Rooney to meeting serial killer Carl Isaacs on death row.
Scott and Wade return with an extended edition of Bitches of OZ! Who was Wade’s crush for season 4? What does Scott have against the french? How many people die throughout the 16 episodes? Find out the answers to this and more on this episode!
“Faces” director, co-founder of Theater of Blood , and bass player/lead singer for Vlad the Inhaler , Tom Ryan visits The Imaginarium to talk about movies, music, and mayhem.
Tracey Birdsall stops by the Imaginarium to talk about her latest movies, why she loves science fiction AND picks a side in the Star Trek vs Star Wars debate!
Indie film maker turned writer Alfredo Salvadore Arcilesi joins Scott in the Imaginarium this week!
Steve Kahn, L.A. writer, filmmaker, and script doctor visits the Imaginarium to talk about his critically acclaimed short film Fear; his love for Stanley Kubrick, and filming Jessie Rabideau in the nude for Fear.
This week’s Imaginarium features Tim Phillips who talks about his role as Vice President of Animal Defenders International, their role in rescuing abused circus animals, and the film he directed.
While Bitches of OZ is on a week’s vacation, Imaginarium kicks into high gear with an interview with NYC filmmaker Jeremiah Kipp. We talk about his movies, Chris Sarandon’s willingness to help with anything, and an in depth conversation about the unreleased slasher flick, The Sadist.
Today is another double shot from the cast of Infliction! First up is Elliott Armstrong who talks about everything from his role as the younger brother to the first thing he did when he got to L.A. We also discuss his mean dancing skills! Next is Ana Shaw who chats about everything from her part as the sister in Infliction to zits, John Wayne, and why Irene Dunn is one of her favorite actresses. It’s another full episode you don’t want to miss!
Wade and Scott delve into season three and mange to offend just about everyone. Wade goes off on an actor who he thinks is an ugly…uh…bastard, while Scott continues his obsession with the O’Reilly. Both agree that a certain two inmates should have had a magnificent sex scene. All this and soap dropping on Episode 3!
For Imaginarium’s tenth episode, we have something special very special: a double header! First up is award winning director, writer, and producer Jack Thomas Smith who talks about his new film Infliction, as well as working with genre legends Ted Bohus and John Russo. Following Jack is one of... Read more
Scott and Wade dive into Season 2 and don’t like what they see. They talk about the weakness of the early episodes, the ridiculous plotlines, as well as ther crushes for the season.
Sam Sullivan joins Scott as they talk tech, Sam’s involvement with Trackbill, his NFC implant, plus his live posts during the Ferguson riots.
At last! Wade Radford and Scott Colbert join forces to discuss, dissect, and dispute the seminal HBO series OZ. The premiere episode takes a look at Season one, where Wade fanboys over someone, and Scott takes notice of fruit.
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.
On this week’s show, Scott is joined by Carlos Saraiva, aka Asimov Lives. As the newest contributor to the Supernaughts network, Carlos talks about the movie that made him a geek, advice for Scott on his cold, Interstellar, and of course J.J. Abrams. If you ever wondered about Tunisia, Carlos will sate your curiousity-exclusively on Imaginarium!
Scott’s joined by his Supernaughts co-founders and co-hosts Slate Fistcrunch and Ronnie James Dio. The guys talk about the origins of the Supernaughts, where the name came from, and Dio calls Harry Knowles!
This week, Justin Lesniewski enters the Imaginarium and talks Writing, Zombies, podcasts, and a woman named Ayn. Justin also talks about how he deals with haters.
The Imaginarium welcomes Joe Adams, previous guest of The Supernaughts. This week we talk about the past, Joe tells a lot of Harlan Ellison stories, God, books, and dust devils. Note: Due to a recording error at approximately the 10:45 mark the show goes from one conversation right into a story about a stained glass window Joe made for Ellison. We apologize for the mistake, but thought it was worth keeping in.
In a very special Hanukkah episode Scott talks to Abra about her Maccabee on the Mantel, being a parent, what Hanukkah truly means, and how she keeps her kids protected online. It’s a funny, heartwarming, and personal conversation that will keep you hooked from start to finish.
Imaginarium welcomes Wade Bradford on his return to the Supernaughts Network. We talk about his partner in crime Jason Impey, his return to prison in Boys Behind Bars 3, Twink, and how being a globalâ€‹ presence affects his fans. Wade brought the house down once, and this time he sets fire to it, in an episode you don’t want to miss!
Imaginariumâ€™s first guest is Alec Belle. Alec is the author of Before I Break, as well as the upcoming Forbidden Darkness Chronicles, and an online High School Student. We talk about his work, the idea for Before I Break, and what itâ€™s like to be a 17 year old author.
Due to recording errors beyond our control, episode 98 will be posted next week. Instead, here’s Todd’s first time being interviewed on the show! Todd Staruch is the man and myth behind the horror nerd website, as well as the promoter for grindhouse night at Cafe Z. Todd and... Read more