Imaginarium 122: The It Ghoul
Scott and Todd are back, and are talking all things It. The first half of the podcast is devoted entirely to the movie, so beware of spoilers.  The guys then talk about the death of Tobe Hooper, and who are the new directors that are taking the place of... Read more
Imaginarium: RoboTodd
This week on the 120th episode, the guys talk about what they did on their summer break. Scott runs down some of the movies he watched including the classic Legend of Hell House, and Todd talks about his grindhouse night at Cafe Z, other horror cons and a conversation... Read more
Imaginarium 119: Drinks At Cliche O’Malley’s
Back from the summer sabbatical, Scott and Todd deliver one for the ages. With special guest Kealan Patrick Burke, the guys deliver the longest interview yet, clocking in at an hour and forty two minutes! They talk about everything from vaping, ischemic strokes,  dogs and peanut butter, and Kealan’s... Read more
Spinning Headlines – Week 17: RIP Jonathan Demme, Weekend Box Office, The Godfather, Spider-Man: Homecoming, Rampage, Cars 3, Robert Zemeckis, Twin Peaks,

Jonathan Demme RIP, Weekend box office, “Godfather”-reunion Q&A, “Spider-Man: Homecoming” reshoots, trailers/TV-spots for “It Comes at Night”, “Cars 3”, “Colossal”, “Wonder Woman”, “Twin Peaks”. Robert Zemeckis’ next, Fincher more than likely doing “World War Z”-sequel, spit-take of the week and more…

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Imaginarium 103: The “It” Man
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
Spinning Headlines – Week 12: Weekend Box Office, Spider-Man, IT, Sony’s Venom, Tomb Raider, True Detective, Justice League, Twin Peaks…

Weekend Box Office, posters and images from “IT”, “Spider-Man: Homecoming”, “Tomb Raider”, “Alien:Covenant” and “Twin Peaks”. Sony’s Marvel-plans, New trailers for “Ghost in the Shell”, “Justice League” and “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri”. HBO hires a second set ot eyes on “True Detective”, Fox gears up with “Escape From New York”-remake, spit-take of the week and more…

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Spinning Headlines – Week 11: Weekend Box Office, Terminator, Mission: Impossible, The Batman, Aardman, Jurassic World 2, Despicable Me 3…

Weekend Box Office, Paramount no longer in “Terminator” business – but David Ellison still optimistic, the DCEU chaos-news of the week, “Mission Impossible 6” news, trailers for “Death Note”, “Aftermath”, “Early Man” and “Despicable Me 3”, posters for “Dark Tower” and “Ghost in the Shell”, spit-take of the week and more.

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Spinning Headlines – Week 9: Weekend Box Office, Deadpool, Alien, Pirates 5, X-Men, Inhumans, GOTG Vol.2, Tron…

Weekend Box Office, teasers/trailers for “Deadpool 2”, “Alien: Covenant”, “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales”, “Guardians of the Galaxy vol.2”, “Mindhunter” and the very interesting-sounding “Untold Horror”. Some “X-Men” details, the full cast of “Inhumans”, the confusing state of the “Tron” franchise, Ridley Scott fast-tracking the next “Alien” film, spit-take of the week and more…

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Spinning Headlines – Week 7: Weekend Box Office, The Batman, The Predator, The King Arthur, The WGA Awards, The Castle Rock, The Colossal, The Bad Batch…

Weekend box office, ´”The Batman” still without director, “The Predator” cast lineup, WGA Award-winners, Trailers for “King Arthur”, “Castle Rock”, “Colossal”, “Song to Song”, “The Bad Batch” and “Leftovers S3”, spit-take of the week and more…

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Spinning Headlines – Week 6: Weekend Box Office, BAFTA’s, The Batman, X-Men, Ghost in the Shell, The Beguiled, Stranger Things S2, Halloween…

Weekend box office, the BAFTA winners, “The Batman”-director, “Infinity War” behind-the-scenes, “Stranger Things” Season 2 details, X-Men rumors/misunderstandigns, “Halloween”-writers, trailers for “Ghost in the Shell” and “The Beguiled”, spit-take of the week and more…

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Imaginarium 98: Dee Talks Horror
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
Spinning Headlines – Week 2: Weekend Box Office, Santa Clarita Diet, De Niro, Twin Peaks, Logan, Mad Max, The Defenders, The Mist, Infinity War…

Weekend Box Office, “Infinity War” casting-rumor, Lucasfilm correcting some rumors, “Twin Peaks”-revival starts in May, Spike TV’s “The Mist”-details, first official stills of “The Defenders”, “Fury Road”-continuation possibilities, THR Director Roundtable, Teasers/trailers for “Santa Clarita Diet”, “The Wizard of Lies”, “Prison Break”, “24: Legacy”, spit-take of the week and more…

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End-of-the-Year Headlines – Weeks 51-52: Deadpool/Wolverine?, Christmas Weekend Box Office, Kevin Costner, Alien: Covenant, Taboo, IT, Blade Runner 2049, Wes Anderson, American Gods…

In the last Headlines of the year; more death, a fake news-story of Deadpool in “Logan”, Christmas Weekend Box Office, Walton Goggins speaks of “Tomb Raider”, trailers for “Taboo”, “Alien: Covenant”, “The Lost City of Z” and “War On Everyone”. Denis Villeneuve on “Blade Runner 2049”-rating & Frank Herbert’s “Dune”, Wes Anderson reveals details about next project, spit-take of the week and more.

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Spinning Headlines – Week 50: Blade Runner 2049, Weekend Box Office, Twin Peaks, Metropolis, David Bowie, Watchmen, Geostorm, Star Trek: Discovery…

Weekend Box Office, a “Twin Peaks” tease, trailers for “Going in Style”, “Despicable Me 3” and “Arsenal”, some freshly covered old news regarding David Bowie and “Watchmen” video games, Dean Devlin having a bad year, “Metropolis” miniseries coming from creator of “Mr. Robot”, spit-take of the week and more.

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Weekday Matinee: King Sized edition

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

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Imaginarium 83: Music Of The Night
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
Imaginarium 46: Game of Bones
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
Spinning Headlines – Week 38: RIP Bill Nunn/Curtis Hanson, Weekend Box Office, Thor: Ragnarok, IT, Dark Tower: Wizard and Glass, Passengers, Paramount, Tran5formers…

This week: paying respects to Bill Nunn and Curtis Hanson with some very sad news to Monty Python-fans also. Weekend box office taken by “The Magnificent Seven”, trailers for “Taboo” and “Passengers”, Sam Neill joins “Thor: Ragnarok”, “IT” wraps filming, something’s rotten in Paramount, Bayformers 5 insults the British, “The Dark Tower IV: Wizard and Glass” to become a miniseries, spit-take of the week and more.

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Spinning Headlines – Week 33: Affleck/Christie, Dark Tower, IT, Jean-Claude Van Johnson, Spider-Man, MacGyver, Arrival, Holmes & Watson…

This week: trailers for “Arrival”, “Hands of Stone”, “MacGyver”, “Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders” and “Jean-Claude Van Johnson”. Ben Affleck to direct/star in Agatha Christie-adaptation, “Spider-Man: Homecoming” found it’s Mary Jane? Some teaser images of the Stephen ing-adaptations “Dark Tower” and “IT”, Spit-take of the week and much much more…

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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
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
Spinning Headlines – Week 22: Rogue One, IT, Captain Marvel, Spider-Man, Doc Savage, Daniel Craig, Sicario 2, Cars 3…

“Rogue One”-reporting madness, Pennywise the Clown cast for “IT”, “Captain Marvel” lead & director-shortlists, Day-Lewis back with P.T. Anderson?, unseen storyboards of Raimi’s Spidey 4 surfaced, The Rock is Doc Savage, “Sicario” sequel-details, Daniel Craig’s next and the spit-take of the week.

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Spinning Saturday Headlines – Week 20: Star Trek Beyond, Thor: Ragnarok, Napoleon, The Dark Tower, Fast 8, TMNT 2, Spider-Man: Homecoming…

“Star Trek Beyond” full trailer, “Thor: Ragnarok” cast announced, Kubrick’s “Napoleon” to be helmed for HBO by Cary Fukunaga, did Stephen King just drop a massive “The Dark Tower”-spoiler? First pic of Charize Theron in “Fast 8”, Michael Keaton on/off/on “Spider-Man: Homecoming”, “The Purge: Election Year”-trailer, TMNT2 trailer, spit-take of the week and more.

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Spinning Headlines – Week 17: The Nice Guys, Tomb Raider, Batman: The Killing Joke, Dreamworks Animation, Stallone, Wolverine 3, Alita: Battle Angel…

Trailers for “The Nice Guys”, “Batman: The Killing Joke”, “Snowden”, “Cell”. The new Lara Croft has been cast – plus various other casting news, including “Alita: Battle Angel”. Dreamworks Animation bought by NBC/Universal, Scorcese eyeing a George Washington-film, Spit-take of the week and more…

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Spinning Headlines – Week 15: Batman – The Killing Joke, Game of Thrones, The Neon Demon, Deadpool 2, Statham vs. Giant Shark, Suicide Squad, AvatarX4…

“Batman: The Killing Joke” definitely R-rated, “Game of Thrones”‘ last two seasons might get fewer episodes, “The Neon Demon”-trailer, Shyamalan’s “Tales from the Crypt” and Dimension’s “The Mist” get 10-episode orders, “Deadpool-sequel” a go at Fox, Jason Statham to battle a prehistoric shark in “Meg”, various casting news and spit-take of the week…

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A Sequel To The Shining Is In The Works
Akiva Goldsman has been set to adapt The Shining’s sequel, called Doctor Sleep for the big screen. This on top of his status as screenwriter and producer for The Dark Tower’s film realization. His previous projects include The Da Vinci Code, the Insurgent film of The Divergent series and... Read more
Imaginarium 61: Why Horror Fans Are Pussies
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
Stephen King confirms via Twitter: “The Dark Tower” movie begins production

Idris Elba & Matthew McConaughey officially cast.

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Spinning Headlines – Week 8: Tony Burton RIP, Alien Covenant, Penny Dreadful S3, Captain Nemo, The Mist TV, Taboo, Daredevil S2…

Tony Burton RIP, more “Alien: Covenant” casting, another “Penny Dreadful” Season 3 trailer, two Captain Nemo films underway, “The Mist” TV-pilot ordered, “Taboo”-miniseries trailer, “Daredevil” Season 2 gearing up, HBO in some production woes, “Minecraft”-movie(?) details, spit-take of the week and more…

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Spinning Headlines – Week 7: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2, John Wick 2, The Stand, Kingsman 2, San Andreas 2, Blade Runner 2, Astro Boy…

This week, we’ve got a big pile of number 2’s: “Guardians of the Galaxy 2”, “Kingsman 2”, “John Wick 2”, “San Andreas 2”, “Blade Runner 2”, “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon 2″…also some Stephen King-adaptation news, Astro Boy, Amityville and of course the spit-take of the week – which is a big steaming pile of number 2 itself.

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Weekday Matinee 6: The V.D. Show

Those hopeless romantics Scott and Jerry return this month with a brand new Weekday Matinee. The two lonelyhearts tackle their favorite movies about love. From the biggest of budgets to the cheapest grade Z film fare, Scott and Jerry cover it all! All that, and find out who got crabs from watching Misery! #podcast

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Boone Takes Up King’s Revival Before The Stand
Josh Boone who is set on putting Stephen King’s The Stand on film will have to wait a little longer as Warner Bros., the holder of the book’s rights, hold on the property has run out. No matter really as he has the script finished for the former, he’ll... Read more
Trailer for Stephen King’s 11/22/63 arrives
Stephen King’s 11.22.63, yes that is the name of the work, is coming to television in an eight part series. It stars James Franco and deals with the J.F.K. assassination. I haven’t read the book, but it seems to be a work ready for the screen, if any. It’s... Read more
Spinning Headlines – Week 50: X-Men Apocalypse, Dark Tower, Star Wars, Thor Ragnarok, Leftovers, Valerian and Dirty Dancing

“X-Men Apocalypse”-trailer, Idris Elba a frontrunner for Roland in “Dark Tower”, Cate Blanchett may be in “Thor Ragnarok”, “The Leftovers” gets a third season, Rebecca Ferguson returns for another “Mission”, a Chinese “Star wars”-trailer, Universal’s new “Mummy” cast?, Besson’s “Valerian” adds a Hawke and multiple spit-takes of the week.

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Spinning Headlines – Week 47: Trainspotting 2, Baywatch, Mission Impossible 6, Zoolander 2, Memento outrage

“Trainspotting 2” script news, “Baywatch 2”-casting news, “Zoolander 2”-trailer, “Top Gun 2”-news, “True Detective” – S3 on not?, Edgar Wright dives into animation, Universal Monster Universe clarified, “11.22.63” teased, McQuarrie considering M;I-6 and the mother of all spit-takes

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McConaughey with choices for The Dark Tower Adaptation
The much talked about, much beloved, never seems to get made series The Dark Tower from Stephen King is ramping up, as Matthew McConauhey might come on board. McConauhey will possibly grab the role of Padick, ‘a demon sorcerer’, the protagonist Gunslinger of the books is chasing. But with... Read more
RIP T.M. Wright: Remembering Terry
He may not have had the fame of Stephen King, but his contribution to the horror genre is every bit as important and lasting.  I don’t think anyone has contributed as much to the ghost story or surreal horror as T.M. Wright.   I first encountered Terry’s work when... Read more
Tales of the Abstruse #7
Salem’s Lot (1979) 5 reasons it’s the best Halloween Horror flick
This is a revised version of an article I wrote a few years ago that appeared on Talkbacker. This review is of the DVD that has the 3 hour version of the two part mini-series.    I hate Christmas. It’s for children and retards. With its endless commercials filled... Read more
DePalma’s Way, The Selected Films of Brian DePalma: Carrie
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
Happy 68th Birthday, Stephen King: A Supernaughts Tribute

A belated tribute to Stephen King, who turned 68 this Monday. Four Supernaughts columnists write about the impact the “King of Horror” had on them.

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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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Weekday Matinee: An Imaginarium SE
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
Weekend Rewind: The Imaginarium, Horror Roundtable
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
Spinning Headlines – Week 29, 2015

“X-Men: Apocalypse” pics, “Fantastic Four”-trailer number Two, writers for the next “Spider-Man”, new director for “IT”, more “X-Files” tease, a “GoT”-returnee and “Fight Club: The Musical”(WTF?). Come and read all about it.

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Spinning Headlines – Week 24, 2015

Stephen King-adaptations, Next summer’s blockbuster(?) synopses and teaser posters, Terry Gilliam, Marvel news, “Scream” TV-series and more.

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Spinning Headlines – Week 22, 2015

Rick Baker retiring, “Kung Fury”, surfing Batman, “IT” hits the fan, “Conan”-news, Point Break trailer and more in this weeks Headlines.

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Imaginarium 25: The Horror Roundtable
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
Spinning Headlines – Week 16, 2015

All the news of the week that weren’t the new Star Wars-trailer…. There’s Flash Gordon, Dark Tower, Blade Runner, Michael Mann, Wonder Woman, Ant-Man, Ang Lee and much more.

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Caption Contest 160 – The Tommyknockers (1993)

A forgotten TV-adaptation of a forgotten Stephen King novel. Can you caption a still and maybe win an Amazon gift card? Click the link and find out!

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Caption Contest 156- Salem’s Lot (1979)

Anybody remembering this outstanding Stephen King- adaptation that was aired in the late 70s? Caption a still from it and maybe win a $50 Amazon gift card!

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CREEPSHOW (1982)!!!FACT!!!
  George A. Romero, Stephen King, Tom Savini. If you don’t know who those three people are then you’ve come to the wrong neighborhood, motherfucker! There are only two eras in the history of Horror cinema; Pre-Night of the Living Dead and Post-Night of the Living Dead. Romero’s masterpiece... Read more
Spinning Headlines – Week 7, 2015

The weekly news-roundup from IAB, with proper sarcasm included

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Imaginarium 14: The Nature of Fear

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.

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Spinning Headlines – (Shark)Week 6, 2015
Happy friday, everybody. Is that Superbowl-hangover starting to wear off finally? Time to wade through the non-superbowl – or left shark(isn’t it the cutest thing?) – related news. There were of course the superbowl-trailers, but they were already covered by my colleague Detective Dee in his article.   MALICK-RELATED... Read more
Breakfast on Planet X: Director’s Series – John Carpenter and his films (+ interview with Ashley Mary Nunes)
This is Part 2 of our “Director’s series”, for which we will pay tribute to a different director each episode. Also check out Part1, a tribute to the Coen brothers! Today a trio of horror fans came together to talk about the movies of Horror Maestro John Carpenter:  BOPX... Read more
Carrie Review: Seeing Red
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
Of Top Hats And Empty Devils: A Doctor Sleep Review
Originally published on September 27, 2013 at 10:47 pm   (Please note, I will attempt to keep this as spoiler free as possible, referring to plot points that are readily available on the dust jacket. However, if you don’t want to know anything, read the book first and then... Read more
A Return to the Overlook
  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
Caption Contest 18: The Shining
Love it or hate it (and I’m kind of in the latter group), The Shining tends to rank at the top of the Stephen King movie adaptations. To be fair, I was never a huge fan of the book either, but not ashamed to be in the minority. My... Read more
Caption Contest 10: Cujo
    Stephen King movies can be lumped into two categories; Awesome and awful, there’s very little in between. I consider Cujo not only awesome but underrated. While it deviates from the book a bit-with much cut out, it retains the essence of the story, and is generally scary.... Read more
Imaginarium Encore: Todd’s First Time.
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