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.
With Scott back this week, the guys do a bit of cleanup and talk about The Oscars, videogames and gun violence, and Black Panther. All this and some bad jokes on this week's show!
With Scott out sick this week, and against his better judgment, he leaves Todd to host alone this week, with indie filmmakers John Iwasz and Sanjeev Surati. The two talk about their beginnings in the indie horror scene, their friendship, and their current projects. It's a fantastic interview in spite of Todd!
On this episode of Imaginarium Scott and Todd talk about their favorite recent horror movies of the past 5 years. They discuss the health of horror, and the folly of nostalgia. All this and Todd talks about the premiere of the new horror movie Black Wake!
Imaginarium takes a week off and replays a favorite episodes of Scott's. It's from August of 2017 and features writer Kealan Patrick Burke. At a whopping hour and forty two minutes, it's also the longest episode ever, but never a dull moment. Kealan talks about his work, his new novella Blanky, plus the guys talk some politics as well. Something to offend everyone!