Imaginarium 104: The death of fantasy movies
While Scott recuperates from surgery, Kyle Fulton steps in to ponder what kind of operation Scott really had. He and Todd also talk about fantasy movies and if they’re a dead genre. http://media.blubrry.com/thesupernaughts/p/pods.thesupernaughts.com/Imaginarium/Imag104.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download Read more
Mad As Hell 07: Bombs and Penis Explosions
With Scott recuperating from surgery, it falls to Kyle and Todd to pick up the slack, and boy do they ever! They start off talking about the bombing campaign, including the U.S.’s use of the biggest non -nuclear bomb in history. They also talk about United Airlines and dragging... Read more
Imaginarium 102: Cusack, Devils and Monsters
This week on Imaginarium Scott and Todd talk about a variety of things, starting off with Facebook meteorologists. Todd talks about his time at MonsterMania, meeting John Cusack, and the expense of photo/autographs ops. Scott talks about the surprise release of The Devils on Shudder streaming service, and the... Read more
Weekday Matinee: Scott And Jerry Become Athletic Supporters
With the memory of the Super Bowl a fading memory, Scott and Jerry talk about their favorite sports movies. Jerry’s first pick is certain to cause gasps of bewilderment, and Scott of course, makes the obligatory balls joke! Sit back and relax, listen to the show, and deide whoch... Read more
Imaginarium 97: X-Rated or Xpendable?
As we close in on the 100th episode, Scott and Todd briefly talk about the current events, and after 10 minutes or so, they switch over to chatting about Midnight Cowboy, its original X rating and whether ratings are een needed anymore. All this and Todd talks about who... Read more
Weekday Matinee: Indie Lovin’
Due to a family emergency for Scott last week, there will be no Imaginarium this week. Not to despair, as Weekday Matinee returns with the ever lovable, always opinionated Sensei Jerry Janda! This month they talk about their favorite Indie movies, and some of their choices are indeed surprising!... Read more
Imaginarium 95: Alternatives
With this week’s guest coming down with a miserable winter illness, Scott and Todd talk about the Inauguration for the first 15 minutes. while Scott talks candidly about what will happen if his insurance is taken away. On a happier note, Todd reports on the wildly popular Macabre Faire... Read more
Imaginarium 94: All That Glitters Isn’t Gold
Grab your umbrella and wear your rubbers (galoshes you naughty people), because Scott and Todd get caught in a shower. A golden one at that. Yes, the guys talk about the PEEOTUS and his Russian “friends” . The guys also talk about Carrie Fisher a little more, as well... Read more
Imaginarium 93: Modern Times, Easy Rider, and Sinbad
This week Scott and Todd talk about the Sinbad movie everyone seems to remember but also doesn’t exist! Scott starts a new segment on classic movies he hasn’t seen, vowing to watch at least one a week.  All this and Todd rants! http://media.blubrry.com/thesupernaughts/p/pods.thesupernaughts.com/Imaginarium/imag93.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download Read more
Imaginarium 92: Better Than The Holiday Special!
To end the year, 2016’s final Imaginarium podcast is all about Star Wars! Resident Star Wars geek Steven Fallon returns to the show and the guys discuss everything from the death of Carrie Fisher,  why Rogue One isn’t a stand alone movie , and Peter Cushing’s best post death... Read more
Imaginarium 91: Bad Predictions
Todd and Scott hope you enjoyed your Christmas festivities,  and this week bring you some humor to soothe the hangover most undoubtedly have. This week the guys look at 16 predictions a psychic made about 2016. Was she accurate, or simply out there orbiting Uranus? Check it out! All... Read more
Imaginarium 82: Monster Mash
Todd Staruch and I talk about our favorite monsters, New York Comic Con and cell phones, then end the show with a political rant. All this and Todd has a technical malfunction! http://media.blubrry.com/thesupernaughts/p/pods.thesupernaughts.com/Imaginarium/imag82.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download Read more
Imaginarium 78: Walk On The Wilder Side
Back from a brief hiatus, Scott and Todd welcome Scott’s best friend from 4th grade, musician Steven Fallon. This show marks the first time they’ve spoken in 41 years! What do they talk about? Gene Wilder, Stranger Things, Steven’s music, Todd’s upcoming Grindhouse Night at Cafe Z, and of... Read more
Imaginarium 77: Jamill In The Hot Seat
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
Stranger Things: The Kids Are Alright (Mostly)
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
Weekday Matinee: War Never Changes
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
Imaginarium 76: Blood And Chocolate

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.

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Imaginarium 74: Favorite Things (Aside From Big Boobs)
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
Weekday Matinee: The Return of the Revenge of the sequels, Part 7: The Next Chapter, Electric Boogaloo
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
Imaginarium 71: F**K Roseanne!
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
Imaginarium 70: The All Simian Episode

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!

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Imaginarium 69: Todd Hijacks The Show
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
Imaginarium 68: Look Into Our Brains

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

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Learing at America, The Norman Lear Years: All In The Family
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
Weekday Matinee: The All Mothers Show
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
Imaginarium 66: Prince, Chyna, and Doris
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
Weekday Matinee: Scott & Jerry Are Going To Hell

On this month’s Weekday Matinee, Scott & Jerry talk about their favorite Bible-inspired movies. As you might imagine their picks aren’t all the obvious fair, and some might consider blasphemous. All this, and an extra pick this on Weekday Matinee’s Easter episode! #podcast

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Joseph Fiennes to play Michael Jackson in a movie: Hee-hee!

The way this is making me feel.

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Caption Contest Redux – The Man Who Fell To Earth (1976)

Today’s Caption Contest is honouring David Bowie. Follow the link!

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Caption Contest Redux – The Danish Girl (2015)

Win a $30 Amazon gift card! Join the Caption Contest! More under the link.

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Imaginarium 54: Unleashed

With Todd kept “late at work”, it’s up to Scott to wrap up 2015, and does so with Wade Radford. The guys talk about UK politics, US politics, immigration, and other topics that shook Facebook down to its meme filled core. All this, and more dirty words than is healthy for anyone to hear. #podcast

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Brace yourselves, GoT fans! The Winds of Winter are coming, but not yet!

George R. R. Martin drops a bomb.

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Imaginarium 53: Star Wars, Spoilers, Shitheads

This week, the Imaginarium finds Scott and Todd talking about Star Wars, the hype surrounding it, the ruthless way some have with dealing with spoliers, and the shitheads who take spoilers too far. All this and why Tarantino is a hack on this week’s show.

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Trailer for Charlie Kaufman’s Anomalisa: Stop motion, melancholy

A trailer for Charlie Kaufman’s latest movie, a stop motion drama.

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God Forgives: The Audience does not

“Only God Forgives” (2013) is not a film for everyone. Is it for anyone?

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Imaginarium 45: Ugly Babies
This week, filmmaker Steve Kahn returns to the Imaginarium to talk about his new short film Prisoner. Todd, Scott, and Steve discuss Caitlyn Jenner, and how she inspired Prisoner, bad reviews, ugly babies, the film festival circuit, and the great performance by Joe Garcia in Prisoner. Steve also makes... Read more
New trailer for Spielberg’s Bridge of Spies (2015)

Tom Hanks, Steven Spielberg and the Coen Bros. walk on a “Bridge of Spies” (2015).

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Play The Mist for me, preferably weekly on TV

Weather outlook for today: Foggy, with occasional monsters.

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A few thoughts about the 3rd season of Hannibal: All good things have to come to an end

Maybe this was the best moment to end for this wonderful show.

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Imaginarium 39: The Birthday Bash
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
Sun Don’t Shine (2012) On the Road with Mystery and Jealousy
Sun Don’t Shine, the feature film directorial debut by hardworking and talented independent film actress Amy Seimetz, is a hazy, semi-trippy road movie that takes us through some of the backwaters and chintzy tourist towns of Florida. It tells the story of two lovers, Crystal and Leo, who are on... Read more
A.I.  Artificial Intelligence (2001): Artificial Emotions by Steven Spielbot

A.I. Artificial Intelligence (2001) gets a lot of favourable reevaluations recently. Time for an unfavourable one.

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Casablanca (1942) Round up the Usual Suspects and give it a watch. You might get some later on…
Are you bored with your life? Are you tired of your job? Had it with wrestling with stuttering Exchange servers, farting computers and whining end users who make your plump, obnoxious nephew sticking his finger up your dog’s ass seem like pleasant behavior? Has selling auto insurance to narcoleptic... Read more
Leonardo DiCaprio fights for his life in the first “The Revenant” teaser trailer

20th Century Fox has lifted the veil from the teaser trailer to “Birdman”-director Alejandro González Iñárritu’s forthcoming western thriller “The Revenant”, starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Tom Hardy, Will Poulter and Domnhall Gleeson.

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Jailbait 06: Penitentiary
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
Game of Thrones Recap by AsimovLives: Season 5 – Episode 10
Game of Thrones Recap by AsimovLives Season 5 – Episode 10  Hello. AsimovLives here and I’m a regular sci-fi contributor to this website. But I also love Game of Thrones! So this is my series of recap articles about the episodes of the season 5 of HBO’s television series... Read more
Game of Thrones Recap by AsimovLives:  Season 5 – Episode 9
Game of Thrones Recap by AsimovLives Season 5 – Episode 9 Hello. AsimovLives here and I’m a regular sci-fi contributor to this website. But I also love Game of Thrones! So this is my series of recap articles about the episodes of the season 5 of HBO’s television series... Read more
Caption Contest 213 – Fitzcarraldo (1982)

Caption a still from “Fitzcarraldo” (1982) and maybe, maybe win a $50 Amazon gift card!

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Trees Lounge (1996) Buscemi Channels Bukowski
All boozers need a shithole to drink in. It is imperative to find a place where they can ride out the useless hours in an alcoholic haze, free from life’s problems and the tragic terror that is responsibility. The irony that drinking might be the cause of their trials... Read more
Stonehearst Asylum aka Eliza Graves (2014) lacks the necessary insanity

The Gothic drama “Stonehearst Asylum” aka “Ben Kingsley” falls flat despite a great cast and an intriguing premise.

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Game of Thrones Recap by AsimovLives: Season 5 – Episode 8

ZOOOOOMBIIIEES!!

An army of those! Lots of them! Oodles!!

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Game of Thrones Recap by AsimovLives: Season 5 – Episode 7

AsimovLives recaps Season 5 – Episode 7 of Game of Thrones (The Gift).

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The Bad News Bears (1976) Throwing Spit Balls at Political Correctness
It must be tough to get so close to your dream only to fail. You finally get that date with the hottest girl in school, but you show up with a shit stain peeking through your khakis like a puppy dog covered in sewage. She has her father, a... Read more
Caption Contest 196 – Disclosure (1994)
….and the Michael Crichton week on the Caption Contest goes on! What a strange beast this movie (director: Barry Levinson) is, trying to say so much about sexual harassment and power struggles at the work place, yet saying so little in the end, while completely overselling the possibilities of... Read more
Game of Thrones Recap by AsimovLives: Season 5 – Episode 6

AsimovLives recaps Season 5 (Episode 6) of Game of Thrones: Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken

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Caption Contest 190 – Tinker Tailor Solder Spy (2011)

Caption a still from this Academy Award-nominated spy drama and maybe win a $50 Amazon gift card!

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Out of the Furnace (2013) Lives Choked Out By Soot and Ash

Life is about knowing your limits. In all manner of activities, we need to know when to say I’ve had enough people, I am taking a rest. Take it easy with the pushups, your heart could explode.

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Game of Thrones Recap by AsimovLives: Season 5 – Episode 5

AsimovLives recaps Season 5 – Episode 5 of Game of Thrones.

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Game of Thrones Recap by AsimovLives: Season 5 – Episode 4

AsimovLives recaps and analyzes Game of Thrones Season 5 – Episode 4: The Sons of the Harpy

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The Station Agent (2003) Game of Trains
Unless you are some hip independent film director with fabulous hair, being an outsider can be a lonely endeavor. Misfits wearing pancake makeup and pierced tongues are only generally accepted if they make cacophonous industrial music that expounds on the virtues of witchcraft and recreational drug use. Mother Nature,... Read more
Caption Contest 166 – Immortals (2011)

Who wants to live forever? Not the tagline of this, but another movie, but … anywho, join the Caption Contest and maybe win an Amazon gift card at the end of the month!

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Caption Contest 157- Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer (1986)

In memory of Tom Towles, who played beside Michael Rooker in this disturbing crime drama/thriller.
Participate and win a $50 Amazon gift card! More under the link.

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Caption Contest 142- Top Gun (1986)

“I feel the need, the need for speed!” If you need a $50 Amazon gift card, participate in the Caption Contest and maybe win one!

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Caption Contest 140- Eyes Wide Shut (1999)

You have to open your eyes to join today’s Caption Contest that could eventually bring you a $50 Amazon gift card! More about it in the article!

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Lake Mungo (2008) A creepy study on the Archaeology of Loss and Guilt
  Death is a sure shot sniper, ending people with extreme prejudice since the beginning of time.  It doesn’t care what color you are or which god you worship, when Death has you in its crosshairs you better hire someone to carve out your epitaph.  Perhaps death is easiest... Read more
Caption Contest 117- Enemy (2013)

The director of the film featured in this Caption Contest is rumoured to direct the upcoming “Blade Runner” sequel.

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Big Eyes (2014) Movie Review

“A playful, inventive and energetic feast for both eyes and ears.”

Tim Burton is back in shape with his new new biopic about artists and cons. Read our full review below.

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Cake (2014) Movie Review

“The style is so bleak, yet the humor stays relatively light, which leaves you confused as to whether this was intended as a black comedy or straight-up drama”.

Click the link to read our full review of Jennifer Aniston’s much talked-about performance as a sufferer of chronic pain.

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Caption Contest 74- Metalhead (2013)
To be honest, I have not seen this Norwegian drama (original title: Málmhaus, 2013) about a girl (Thora Bjorg Helga) who copes with the death of her brother by escaping into daydreams in which she is a Black Metal-superstar, but I found this still to be intriguing. Read more
Birdman (2014) Movie Review
When was the last time a black comedy won the Oscar for ‘Best Picture’? It must have been ages ago, because the academy usually doesn’t favour comedies in this particular category, or just in general. “Birdman” might just change the way we perceive the relevance of the genre, and... Read more
Imaginarium Episode 2:  The Word Cute is Disgraceful

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 global​ 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!

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