This week on the Acid Pop Cult Podcast, Jeremy and Jason delve deep in a slew of new films they have immersed themselves over the past week. From rock documentaries “Attack of Life: The Bango Tango Movie” to “I Am Thor” to Eli Roth’s “The Green Inferno” and “Knock Knock,” they leave no stone unturned. Jeremy offers up some timely updates on Adam Rifkin’s “Director’s Cut” hitting the festival circuit, his latest WWE Live experience and a rekindled love for Cannon Films. Jason gives us the run down on the latest set of interviews for the wildly popular Icon Vs. Icon (www.iconvsicon.com) and his thoughts on the crime drama, “Sicario” starring Benicio Del Toro and Emily Blunt. Spread the word, leave a review and be sure to tune in each week for the latest and greatest!
This week on the Acid Pop Cult Podcast, Jeremy and Jason take a look back at their latest summer adventures. Jason kicks off the episode with a quick rundown of his latest interviews with Taylor-Ann Hasselhoff and Emma Dumont of NBC’s ‘Aquarius.’ Then he recounts his trek to the Delaware State Fair to see Bryan Adams perform his plethora of hits: the perfect rock show as he played nothing but the hits and Jason was in bed by 10:30 on a school night. Meanwhile, Jeremy took his ever-growing brood to Michigan for some quality vacation time. The strapping young lad waxes poetic about his future restoration projects and ponders the potential wrath losing his wedding ring in the the lake. He also offers up a look at ‘Shooting The Warwicks,’ a new film in which he appears alongside his ol’ chum Adam Rifkin. With the creative juices flowing, the duo offer up a few picks of the week. Jason’s choices range from USA’s ‘Mr. Robot’ and the ‘I Am Chris Farley’ documentary, while Jeremy focuses on director Greg Garthe’s ‘Last Call.’ Last but certainly not least, in a segment sure to tug at your heartstrings, Jeremy finds a friend in a lil’ fella named bObi. It’ll make you excited. It’ll make you laugh. It’ll make you wonder if Jeremy needs to get out of the house more often. Enjoy the ride and spread the word!
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!
We like to keep it eclectic on the Acid Pop Cult Podcast and this week’s show is no exception! Jeremy and Jason are once again up to the challenge of keeping you entertained in your Godforsaken cubicle hell. The duo start the show off with a recap of Jason’s latest interviews over at Icon Vs. Icon, which range from Nick Hexum of 311 to Lance Henriksen to comedian Rod Man. Jeremy offers a brief update on his recent get together with directors Adam Rifkin and Tim Sullivan and the excitement that ensued. Then the duo turn their sights on the latest in technology with a look at the new horror movie streaming service, SHUDDER. Talk turns to quality Blu-ray transfers, a painting from Goodfellas, Jason’s time with the late Henry Hill and Scream: The TV Series. To cap off the episode, you get the big reveal on the upcoming “Summer Care Package” contest! It’s all that and a bag of chips, it the whole damn party mix! Give it a listen and spread the word!
This week on the Acid Pop Cult Podcast, Jason and Jeremy are in horror movie mode. Jeremy recounts his highly anticipated viewing of ‘Insidious 3’ and how it almost went horribly wrong. He offers up a full review of the flick and what excites him Leigh Whannell’s upcoming projects. Jason gives us a look at the plethora of eclectic upcoming interviews at Icon Vs. Icon (www.iconvsicon.com) before the duo then turn their sights to another horror flick recently made a big impact in the collective radar of horror fans! Ted Geoghegan’s ‘We Are Still Here’ is the director’s love letter to the classic haunted house films that impacted him in his youth, yet incorporate all of the style and excitement of modern horror cinema. Check out out Jason’s interview with this new force in horror at the end of the show! Other topics range from kids sayin’ the darndest things, the trailer for the ‘Point Break’ remake and ‘Giuseppe Makes A Movie.’ It’s an action packed show and the guys are primed and ready to make the magic happen!
On this very special episode of the Acid Pop Cult Podcast, Jeremy takes a guided tour Into the Further with the “Godmother of Horror” — the one and only Lin Shaye! Lin offers a look inside her amazing career, the making of ‘Insidious 3’ and much more. Rate and review the show on iTunes. Send us some feedback on Facebook or Twitter. And a ver special thanks to Adam Rifkin for setting this up for us!
STREAM HERE: Episode 142: Lin Shaye
This week the boys discuss how long you can look at a girls exposed boob meat before you’re deemed a creeper by the chick flaunting them off. They are suddenly joined for an epic crossover when a couple of podcats celebrating their 100th episode jump on for an unexpected visit around the 17 minute mark. Seth Koozer will not want to miss this mash up of epic proportions. After that the fun and games continue for Lee and Jeremy as they talk real life Bat(men), the under appreciated film “Defendor” with Woody Harrelson and Kat Dennings*, an adorable interview given by Mila Kunis while on her press junket tour through the UK for “Oz the Great and Powerful.” Finally we wrap things up with a month long spot APC will be doing titled March Madness. Original in concept, no, but over at APC we do things our way, and our way is law. During the month of March we’ll be discussing the things that drive us mad in Hollywood. Good and Bad. To kick it off, Jeremy brings up his hatred for the genre gag “cat scare”, but gives Rolfe Kanefsky props for not only saving the gag, but shedding some much needed light on the genre in general with his debut feature film “There’s Nothing Out There”. Check it out!
*Editors note: Jeremy loves him some Kat Dennings. His girlfriend has come to except this. Hi Danielle!
This week Jeremy and Lee talk about everything from the Chicago Blackhawks to The Academy Awards. Lee recommends a couple of titles streaming right now on netflix. The boys get wet over old school Christian Slater and John Cusack flicks, comdians that apologize for being funny, and Reality Show the Film premiering at SXSW. Finally, Jeremy wraps up the month long Blaxploitation flick fest we’ve been having with one of his favorites 1995s, Vampire in Brooklyn. Check it out!
Last week Jeremy and Roxy sat down to do a show with the intention of getting it up on Wednesday. It’s 6 days later and Jeremy just got done editing the show. Way to go, f*cktard. Roxy reviews William Asher’s Night Warning from 1982 and Jeremy rambles about the George Lucas sale.