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
This week Scott and Todd talk about the new It trailer, the lawsuit against Stephen King, and much, much more. All that and Scott talks about a movie he’ll be in. http://media.blubrry.com/thesupernaughts/p/pods.thesupernaughts.com/Imaginarium/img103.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download Read more
On this landmark episode, Scott and Todd talk about the most important thing about reaching this milestone: the listeners. They dive into the comments section and reply to several of the posts regarding Dr. Strange and the Oscars. Scott also gives an update on his ear problem. All this... Read more
The sudden death of actor Bill Paxton has stunned his fans, and left the world a far less artistic place to reside. Known for his roles in ALiens, Near Dark, Twister and Apollo 13, for me it’s hisa turn in his directorial debut Frailty that I’ll remember his most... Read more
Due to some recording problems (not the fault of Scott this time), this week’s Imaginarium can’t be posted, so instead we have this, very late, repeat of the first time Todd was on the show. This goes way back to March 9, 2015 and well worth a listen, or... Read more
This week Detective Dee makes a long overdue appearance on the Imaginarium, where he and the guys talk about their favorite non franchise horror movies. Needless to say their are some interesting picks, and a little controversy. Please be advised, Scott is a moron and didn’t plug his mic in,... Read more
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
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
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
The mackadocious Jack Randomm joins Scott to cohost for this month’s show, where they talk about the comfort movies that get them through the holidays. What will they choose? Will Scott offend everyone again? And will Jack make it to the end of the podcast without strangling him? Check... Read more
Scott and Todd conclude their picks of the favrotie movies of 2016, and close the show with the viewer fallout of The Walking Dead. To start this episode off however, Todd answers the question: Do we need another Hulk movie? http://media.blubrry.com/thesupernaughts/p/pods.thesupernaughts.com/Imaginarium/imag89part2.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download Read more
In this epic two part episode the guys talk about their favorite movies of 2016, their least favorite movie (which should be no surprise top anyone), the decline of The Walking Dead’s Ratings, and general nonsense and Tomfoolery. It’s something you won’t want to miss all on Episode 89!... Read more
It’s a triple play as Scott and Todd welcome their special guest Stalkeye to celebrate Thanksgiving and the 2nd Anniversary of the Imaginarium. Stalks and Scott reminisce about the origins of the Supernaughts, while Todd googles Shirley Booth fisting porn. Then things take a serious turn as they discuss... Read more
Scott and Todd manage to traipse the minefield of technology to bring you the latest episode of the Imaginarium. After 3 false starts, the guys talk about the new Skull Island trailer, the problems recording the show, and then launch into their favorite sci fi movies. One of Scott’s... Read more
No sequels are ever really necessary, and those that are equal to the original are usually as rare as hen’s teeth. Nowhere is this truer, and as applicable as it is with Halloween: Resurrection. I suppose it’s appropriate that director Rick Rosenthal, who helmed H2, also helms the last... Read more
It’s Halloween! So drop your bed knobs and broomsticks and check out the Imaginarium Halloween Spooktacular! Scott and Todd talk a bit about Scott’s Halloween retrospective, Scott gushes over the Turkish horror film Baskin, and then they get into The Walking Dead. All this and the premiere of a... Read more
Halloween: H20 is perhaps the strongest of the MM infused Halloween sequels. It also does something very smart, and pretends that 4-6 never happened, which is an amazing coincidence as most moviegoers did the same thing. In the original script for H20, they do include them, including the death... Read more
Now, I don’t want to start any rumors, but this could be the film that killed Donald Pleasence. Sadly, our favorite Loomis passed on a few months before the movie was released-almost as if he knew something. That’s the sad news in regards to H6, the good news is... Read more
How bad is Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Meyers? It made me seriously reconsider finishing this series. Even as bad as a couple of the Nightmare on Elm Street movies were, none made me want to quit. H5 made me want to dig up the rotting corpse of... Read more
Weekday Matinee returns just in time to celebrate our favorite time of the year, Halloween! This month Scott and Jerry talk about their favorite Stephen King movies. It’s a King sized edition, for our overdue return! What are your favorites? Least favorites? Let us know in the comment section! #podcast
With the poor box office performance of H3, the producers decided to go back to the well, and brought back Michael Meyers and Dr. Loomis. Carpenter and Hill signed away their interest in the Halloween series, and it fell to Mousatapha Akkad to destroy the franchise. Prior to that,... Read more
When is a sequel not a sequel? When it’s Halloween 3: Season of the Witch. As everyone knows by now, H3 is the only entry in the series that doesn’t feature Michael Meyers, or any events related to his hijinks (although we do get to see a glimpse of... Read more
Halloween 2 is an exception to the rule of all sequels sucking. In fact, I think in many ways H2 is a better and-dare I say it-scarier film than the original. While director Rick Rosenthal has his own style, he doesn’t stray very far from what Carpenter did in... Read more
This isn’t a review I expected to write. Well, I knew I would be writing it, but I hadn’t expected my opinion to change so radically. Last year I reviewed all the Elm Street movies, and in thinking what to do for this Halloween, it seemed rather obvious that... Read more
This week on the Imaginarium Scott and Todd read some comments from the show pages and reply to them. There’s some healthy debate coming from that, and Todd gets passionate about some of the feedback. The guys then talk a bout their favorite horror movie soundtracks, with a little... Read more
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
This week Scott and Todd tackle the subject of the best and worst horror movie franchises. Which director of an iconic series does Todd trash? Why does Scott agree with him? The guys also talk about the clown sightings and try to figure out what is wrong with people. All this and Hurrican Matthew conspiracy theorists on this week’s Imaginarium! #podcast
Slightly NSFW due to imagery of implied nudity and potentially disturbing content *** Corpse Mania aka Si Yiu (1981) directed by Chih-Hung Kuei I have been reviewing a few Giallos lately and I decided to explore what influence this proto-Italian genre had on film makers not native of the... Read more
It’s the show no one thought possible. Possibly the show no one wanted, but certainly the show you deserve! This week Scott and Todd celebrate not only the 50th show but also the year anniversary of Imaginarium. The guys list their favorite shows, with clips from all of them.
This is an encore presentation of a past show (meaning it’s a repeat). Imaginarium will return next week, so enjoy Irish writer Kealan Patrick Burke as they guys talk all things horror. Note: Recording a podcast is a funny thing. In spite of what you hear when recording, often... Read more
In April of 2015, my Weekday Matinee co host Jerry Janda sent me a script to read. This was right after he had been on the Imaginarium and I had gushed like a schoolgirl over how much I had liked Painkiller. I remember it took me awhile to get... Read more
On this week’s Imaginarium Scott and Todd talk about Tim Curry, his $100 photo op, some of his other movies, and why one of them would pay for it, and the other wouldn’t. They also talk about their various medical procedures, congratulate former guest Robert Mukes on a new... Read more
Newsflash! Masked killer chases dumb and horny teens during their Spring Break.
A review of the movie based on the eponymous short film.
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
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
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!
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
Is the horror thriller with Ethan Hawke and Emma Watson worth a watch?
This episode of the Imaginarium is dedicated to my cat Odetta, who passed from this world on March 2nd. You’re greatly missed. Please note: Due to some editing errors that would have been too time-consuming to correct, not to mention beyond my ability, there are several instances throughout... Read more
Sandra Harris reviews Polanski’s horror classic “Rosemary’s Baby” (1968)!
With Scott under the weather and unable to record, Todd is left to his own devices, and invites Adam Ginsberg aboard for his solo flight. Adam is a podcaster, actor, producer, and driving force behind the Macabre Fair Film Festival, and twitch twitch productions. The guys talk about the tragedy in Paris, Adam’s acting, the origins of the film festival, and much, more. #podcast
On this week’s Imaginarium, Scott turns the table on himself with a rare interview (rare because no one really cares what he has to say!), where he talks about his writing, the anniversary of the supernaughts, his mentor T.M. Wright, and ebooks vs print. Also, don’t miss the secret... Read more
I’ve never considered New Nightmare a true sequel, more like a lateral move from the first one. Craven is back as writer and director, simply chomping at the bit for a final crack at Freddy. While he had some nice things to say about some of the sequels, it’s... Read more
This is the way the world end: not with a bang but a whimper. T.S. Eliot Good old Mr. Eliot must have seen Freddy’s Dead when he penned that classic line, for nothing seems to fit the final sequel (and I don’t consider A New Nightmare an actual... Read more
Dream Child is really a bit of an odd bird in the Nightmare series. It has ambitions, and attempts to address societal issues such as abortion, drunk driving, eating disorders, yet never quite succeeds. There’s a fair bit of ridiculousness in it, and while it continues with the “humor”... Read more
A review of Lucio Fulci’s “The Black Cat” (1981)- from the perspective of a black cat!
According to Heather Langenkamp and Robert Englund, Dream Warriors is the fan favorite of all the sequels and it’s easy to see why. With a budget as big as the first two put together (admittedly though that’s still not much), and Wes Craven back as executive producer as well... Read more
There’s been enough ink spilled about Carrie to fill the buckets laden with the pig’s blood at the prom, that another article seems superfluous (a word I love to use whenever I can). Still, you can’t talk about Brian DePalma’s movies without mentioning Carrie. Based on Stephen King’s debut... Read more
“Sweet Home” is a stylish little gem of late 80s horror from Japan.
Trailer for the Halloween-themed Nic Cage movie.
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
The lesson we can take away from Wade Radford’s second foray into horror is, if you go to an audition and there’s plastic tarp on the floor, run-don’t walk, run! Had poor Julie Farrow heeded that advice, she never would have run into the problems she did. Fluid... 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
Of all the sub genres in horror, the revenge theme has to be at the top as the most overused plotline of the past decade or so. It’s not that it’s inherently bad, but how can you make it stand out and stand up to classics like I Spit on... Read more
This movie has bite…literally! Animal (2014) – Horror – USA – NR Directed by Brett Simons Starring Joey Laruen Adams, Elizabeth Gillies, Paul Iacono, Thorsten Kaye, Amaury Nolasco, Keke Palmer, Jeremy Sumpter, Parker Young, Eve (uncredited) There is admittedly a bit of humor to be found in... Read more
“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.
Kurt Russell got serious competition in terms of coolness in the movie featured in today’s Caption Contest- by the Antarctica!
One flu East, one flu West, one pooped out this big ol’ mess! Flu Birds (2008) – USA – Horror – Rated R (non-TV version) Directed by Leigh Scott Starring Clare Carey, Lance Guest and hopefully nobody we will ever see in another movie ever again! What a fucking... Read more
In the early 1980s, Jack Palance and Martin Landau co-starred together in an excellent horror movie. This is not that movie. Without Warning (1980) – USA – Horror – Rated R Directed by Greydon Clark Starring Jack Palance, Martin Landau, Tarah Nutter, Christopher S. Nelson, Cameron Mitchell, Neville Brand,... Read more
Your fast food crass commercialism nightmares brought to a screen near you in a movie that dares to ask the question, “What if Ronald McDonald became a slasher?” A question that should never have been asked…or answered. Drive Thru (2007) – USA – Horror – Rated R Directed by... Read more
Final Exam (1981) – USA – Horror – Rated R Directed by Jimmy Huston Starring Cecile Bagdadi, Joel S. Rice, Ralph Brown, DeAnna Robbins, Timothy L. Raynor It’s final exams week at Lanier college. All the boys are studying hard, studying the girls that is. Amid a flurry of... Read more
Don’t Go in the Woods (1981) Directed by James Bryan Starring Jack McClelland, Mary Gail Artz, James P. Hayden and others you’ve likely never heard of…ever. The tagline for this movie reads “Everybody has nightmares about the ugliest way to die”…watching this movie would be one of them. Aside... Read more
This amusing horror oddity from 1968 is populated by such horror icons as Boris Karloff, Christopher Lee and Barbara Steele, who appears as a witch with green skin and a hat sporting horns, which makes her the uncrowned queen of all cosplay girls. Read more
Confession time: I had a blast watching this goofy remake of the horror classic from 1974. Of course it does not live up to the seminal original, but it is very entertaining on its own and worth checking out if you have a weakness for absurd slasher movies. Read more
Welcome to the second chapter of my series, in which I will take you on a journey through the depths of Asian cinema. Devil Fetus (Mo Tai) from 1983 directed by Hung-Chuen Lau Devil Fetus is another almost otherworldly weird effort of the Hong Kong horror film industry. It’s... Read more
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