On this weeks episode of Acid Pop Cult J-Mo gets Juggy with it, finds out he’s a millennial and suffers a nervous breakdown, finally sees Insidious: The Last Key, falls for New podcasts, and plays the Friday the 13th Mobile Game. Jason catches up with Adam Green prior to the release of Victor Crowley and also bassist Chuck Garric. As always spread the word, leave a review and be sure to subscribe to the show on iTunes for our continuing adventures!
This week on the Acid Pop Cult Podcast, Jeremy and Jason reflect on their holiday. The show kicks off as Jason offers his opinion on the latest entry in the Terminator franchise — “Terminator Genisys.’ Meanwhile, Jeremy delves into his latest obsessions, Marvel’s ‘Daredevil’ and ‘Batman: Arkham Knight.’ The duo then discuss the launch of their Mystery Care Package Contest. Be sure to check it out and enter today as APC wants to make you a winner. Looking for something new to satisfy your pop culture cravings? Look no further than their “Pick of The Week” segment were we discuss Joe Dante’s ‘Burying The Ex’ and the awesome new album art book, ‘And Justice For Art..’ As always, it is a jammed packed episode served up hot and steamy! Bon Appétit!
Adam Green’s “Diary of Anne Frankenstein” was a hoot! Set in WWII though Hitler, played by Joel David Moore, is still convinced that it is WWI. Ol’ Adolf is up to his crazy antics and has hatched a diabolical scheme to create the perfect soldier. Of course the monster is played by Kane Hodder, this is an Adam Green flick after all… I still believe Hodder played the chair lift in Frozen, but I digress. Where was I?? Oh yeah, Kane… Hitler’s monster Meshugannah looks fantastic! Robert Pendergraft created a great design that looked like something you would have seen on the back lot at Universal. Green’s script is hilarious. Joel David Moore and Kristina Klebe are adorable together. All I can say is keep an eye out for the puppies.
All in all, “CHILLERAMA” is a hell of a good time! If you have a chance to catch a screening during any stop on the roadshow, I suggest you make it A.S.A. Fah’kin P!
http://chillerama.com/see-it/ <— dates and showtimes, duh!