Even though the Oscars for 2017 are now history, Scott and Todd talked about them anyway. Recorded before the show, the guys give their picks, and as usual Scott got almost nothing right! Scott also tells the story of his adentures at the dermatologists office to get a growth... 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
How to become the next Chris Columbus… in case somebody wants to know.
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
It’s the start of a new week, and it brings a new Imaginarium! Two of the three wise men talk about Cindy Brady, Russians hacking the election, raising kids, and Todd has some bad news! All this plus some naughty language on Imaginarium 90! http://media.blubrry.com/thesupernaughts/p/pods.thesupernaughts.com/Imaginarium/imag90a.mp3Podcast: Play in new window... Read more
An opinion piece on why the quality of movies declined in the eyes of the author. Disclaimer: Potentially controversial content, does not necessarily reflect the opinion of all contributors to this site.
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
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
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
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
For decades, average viewers and critics alike have been trying to assign an objective meaning to the complex elements Stanley Kubrick left throughout The Shining. There is even an entire documentary about some of the most elaborate conspiracy theories called Room 237. This week, contributors Stefan and Abe dive into man’s search for meaning in a Kubrick horror movie and wonder if it’s really worth the effort. #podcast
#Podcast: Was Steven Spielberg correct with his gloomy predictions for the movie business?
Scott and Todd get their nerd on as they talk about all things pumpkin spice, the new Apple iPhone, the disappointing summer blockbusters, and their love and admiration for Star Trek as it celebrates its 50th Anniversary. All this and Scott admits to liking a Star Wars movie! http://media.blubrry.com/thesupernaughts/p/pods.thesupernaughts.com/Imaginarium/imaginarium79.mp3Podcast:... 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.
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
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 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.
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!!!
SPIDER-MAN IS IN CIVIL WAR! Spidey’s appearance in the Captain America trailer has sent your Saviors of the Universe into fanboy heaven! Therefore, the regular format (shut up) is scrapped, and the boys talk comic books! Jamill calls out “realism” in modern superhero movies, and Kyle praises Spidey’s movie uniform!
The guys compare Thanos and Darkseid, and discuss which characters will never see a major motion picture. Unfortunately, the crew Random Reviews the movie Stitches this week, but Jack apologizes, so we’re still good. #podcast
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
From TV to movies to news and back again, Scott and Todd go back to the 70’s. They talk at length about such groundbreaking shows as All in the Family, Maude, and Barney Miller, as well as their favorite kids shows and cartoons. Todd talks about his family’s viewing... Read more
This week, Zissou and Chris talk Making a Murderer, Naked and Afraid, rehearsals, apples, and oranges. http://media.blubrry.com/thesupernaughts/p/pods.thesupernaughts.com/Lasagna/VL40.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download Read more
It is here! The Best and Worst of movies and TV of the last year, selected by various Supernaughts contributors! Feel free to agree and disagree!
A very subjective look back at the weird year that was 2015 in movies, TV and entertainment. Best and Worst of, pics and gifs galore- spared no expense!
Bop recaps his Best and Worst of TV and movies of 2015.
As the year winds down, and the home invasion for the terrorist from the North Pole commences, Jerry and Scott countdown their five Christmas movies tey have to watch every year. Scott seems especially Grinch-like calling a cartoon character a prostitute and destroying the worth of a Holiday Classic. Jerry meanwhile, explains why he hasn’t seen one of his own picks, and compares a children’s show to The Marathon Man. All this and a Mojo Nixon intro song on this month’s Weekday Matinee. #podcast
Scott and Jerry get into the holiday spirit by dressing as pilgrims from the waist up only. After comparing drumsticks, they settle in and talk about the worst movies they’ve seen, plus a movie everyone should watch during the binge eating holiday. http://media.blubrry.com/thesupernaughts/p/pods.thesupernaughts.com/Imaginarium/WDMN3.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download Read more
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This week, Zissou and Chris discuss winter coats, the necessity of sleep schedules, 90s movies, dead fools, and Zissou reviews Ash vs Evil Dead and Spectre. #podcast
On episode 47, Scott and Todd are joined by the one and only I Am Better! Listen as Scott tries to explain why it took so long to have IAB on the show! Cower in fear as one of the boys talks about getting the shingles! Find out what... Read more
This month Wade and Scott present another documentary, this time about what it’s like to do time in what was once called America’s bloodiest prison. The Farm: Life Inside Angola Prison is an objective look at the lives of six prisoners, all doing various lengths of sentences. There’s no... Read more
I know, I know, I was supposed to talk about Carrie this week. I mean, I did mention that at the end of the last article after all. However, while watching Obsession (one of the few films of DePalma’s I hadn’t seen), I realized that I had to write... Read more
Due to a glitch in the matrix, this week’s Imaginarium sounded awful. Not because Abe was on, but Skype was being…well, Skype. The Supernaughts 1 Year Anniversary Show will be up next week instead (provided Abe doesn’t gunk up the matrix again)!! a few shows back Wade and... 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
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
It has become more prevalent in today’s cinema, to change the gender, race, and creed of many popular comic book characters, be it in cinema, or any other media form. Is this a racially charged equality issue, gender fairness play, or an attempt to appease to the social correctness... Read more
The 1990s world of movies had Highs and Lows. Today we talk about the Lows- but the ones we (secretly ?) enjoy!
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
One of the many great things about being able to call Wade Radford a friend is the privilege of getting to see his work ahead of time and whetting people’s appetites for its release. Though he’s been a guest on The Supernaughts, The Imaginarium, as well as a co-host... 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
Thanks To Our Fabulous Guest Alkali Layke! A wonderful cosplayer, entrepreneur, make-up artist, and fellow beer lover! We loved having her live on the show this week. Unfortunately, since it was our first experiment having a Skype guest while also streaming live on Twitch, we had a few technical difficulties;... 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
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
The BOPX crew discusses “Movie comebacks” with their guest Nick Nightly! Best/worst comebacks, who deserves to return to the screen (and who not) and more! Guest: Nick Nightly!
Plus: Interview with Robin Flutterby Borakove!
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.
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.
Ho ho ho! It’s the partially user-generated Christmas episode of BOPX! Yule not hear a better Christmas episode this year anymore! The BOPX regulars and co-founders I-am-Better, Ronnie James Dio, our host Zod and Detective Dee gathered to discuss all things holiday. We will talk about: Christmas movies- Hits... Read more
Sasha Perl-Raver rejoins the boys and they take on Mel Gibson, Christmas, James Gunn, Janice Joplin and of course Interstellar.
What better way to start the week off than a CC from Punisher War Zone? Shut Up Kids podcast has a great interview with the director, Lexi Alexander (gratuitous plug). Read more
After a week off, caption contests are back, and today is The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus. For those clever enough, you’ll see where I got the name for The Supernaughts new show! It’s also a hint of a brand new series of articles focusing on Terry Gilliams movies! Look... Read more
With the BluRay release this week of Monty Python’s farewell show, I thought a Python week was in order. What better way to kick it off than to start with the best of the best, The Holy Grail? One of my top 5 favorite comedies of all times, Grail... Read more
Back on the Halloween episode (and if you haven’t listened to it yet, you should!), Dan Aykroyd was the subject of over/under, and I dubbed him overrated. I had forgotten about Neighbors you see. It’s perhaps the best thing, aside from SNL, that Aykroyd has ever done. Yup,... Read more
After yesterday’s election results, the only movie that seemed appropriate was Idiocracy. Read more
It’s election day in America, where we choose the lesser of two evils. What better way to celebrate than a CC from the original Manchurian Candidate. The remake is fine, but nothing beats Angela Lansbury in the original. Read more
Okay, while it is a publicity still, I found it rather amusing. Taken for the rather bad, Dracula A.D. 1972, we find our favorite vampire in modern day London, complete with Satanists and hippies. The trailer on Youtube is all you really need to see. Read more
Needful Things may not be a great movie, hell maybe not even a good one-but it is a fun one. It’s perfectly cast and adheres pretty closely to the source material from Stephen King. A perfect Haslloween movie where the victims get all tricks and no treats. Read more
There are some films that resonate so deeply, that touch such a core part of who the viewer is, they become ingrained and embedded like celluloid DNA. Paul Verhoeven’s The Fourth Man is one such movie for me. With its heady blend of religious mania, unrepentant sexuality, thoughts about... Read more
Do you remember your first? Movie, I mean! I do. It was the musical Oliver. I don’t remember much of the movie from then, but I do remember it was at the movie theater outside the South Shore Mall, in Bayshore, NY, I was with my Mom, and it... Read more
Eric Binford like most of us here, loves the movies. What we don’t do, to my knowledge anyway, is dress as our favorite characters and murder those who have done us wrong. That’s the premise of the 1980 horror film, Fade to Black, starring Dennis Christopher. Fresh from his... Read more
All the best Christmas tales have a dark layer hidden beneath the layers of snow laden treacle. A Christmas Carol has the three ghosts terrorizing a cranky old man; It’s A Wonderful Life has themes of suicide, losing everything, and depression. You can now add to the list, the... Read more
Originally published on November 18, 2013 at 6:38 pm When Maniac was released back in 1980, I missed it. I was 15 at the time, and no one I knew had any interest in seeing it. Not until I ran across it on HBO (or maybe Showtime I forget... Read more
on October 19, 2013 at 7:13 pm While channel surfing late last night, I came across this on the Movies! Channel (an OTA channel run by Fox apparently, as I’ve only seen it mentioned there). A 1965 Hammer release, with the U.K. version titled Fanatic, DDMD, may be a... Read more
Originally published on October 24, 2013 at 6:24 pm Go into any 99 cent store and you’ll invariably find a bin with old black and white movies, horribly drawn biblical cartoons, and a collection of Three Stooges shorts. Look closer and one movie that will be there is the... Read more
Originally published on October 18, 2013 at 6:27 pm I had no interest in seeing Carrie, being quite content with the original version from 1976. As the film’s release date kept getting pushed up, my interest in it waned even further, and had it not been for a friend... Read more
Originally published September 11, 2013 at 10:54 pm If there was ever a heyday for war movies, particularly, WWII, it was the 1940’s. While many can now be seen as propaganda (which isn’t a slam by the way, it was Hollywood’s part of the war effort, orchestrated at times by... Read more
Originally published September 7, 2013 at 8:18 am With the release of Dr. Sleep, Stephen King’s sequel to The Shining, in just a couple of weeks, I thought it was time to go back to the Overlook Hotel, check in, and see how it’s held up for the last... 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