For over 3 years, The Imaginarium has delved into pop culture, movies, music, comics, and occasionally politics. Hosted by "The Horror Nerd" Todd Staruch and bestselling author Scott Colbert, both fill the show with humor, profanity and the occasional coherent thought! The Imaginarium loves to highlight and showcase indie artists. The Imaginarium may be a lot of things, but one thing it's not is boring.
This week the guys catch up after a week off, and things go south very quickly. Scott talks about a sexual term he hates, then they both talk about the term cash cow. Todd talks about the movie A Dark Song, and they end the show talking about the booths ib porno theaters.
This week the guys talk about the death of genre legend Harlan Ellison. Todd talks about filming the short horror movie Endangered, and then gives his impressions of the new Jurassic World flick!
This week, Scott and Todd talk about Hereditary and the never happy horror fandom. Then in the second half things take a serious turn as the guys talk about controversy of the immigration camps-all with their blunt talk and honest opinion. All that and Scott nearly has a stroke!
This week's episode is all about depression and Solo, the Star Wars movie (no connection between the two). The guys talk about Anthony Bourdain, and then Scott opens up about his battles with depression. The second half is all Solo, and the guys like it (though one of them likensw it to an 80's Charles Band straight to video movie).