This week on the Acid Pop Cult Podcast, the gang has a lot on their mind. J-Mo recounts a holiday weekend spent with family and The Italian Stallion in the form of a ‘Rocky’ marathon. Talk quickly turns to Adam Sandler’s latest flick, ’The Do-Over,’ as well as some of his classics from the past. Hank discusses his new found love of the DC Universe’s animated features, while Jason offers a look inside the long awaited release of Hi-C’s Ecto Cooler. Hank discusses his latest creative projects and Jeremy brings us up to speed on his latest entries in his 366 in 366 movie challenge! The trio then take a quick look at the their picks of the week. Spread the word, leave a review and be sure to tune in each week for the latest and greatest!
This week Lee and Jeremy bust out a new segment called By Definition where our humble hosts pick three films from a certain sub-genre that by definition make up said sub-genre. They kick off this new spot with Misfit Comedies. But first, Lee gets heated over a certain Geico add and romanticizes the idea of a ginger free world. Jeremy informs us that The Flashpoint Paradox is a must see film. He then gives his initial thoughts on Batman, Incorporated #13. Also, the boys (somewhat) celebrate the life (and death) of Marilyn Monroe. It is 5:25pst August 5th… Check out Lee’s article over at Mysterious Universe.
Lee’s bringing us another fantastic edition of the Freeloader Double Feature with a double handful of Uschi Digard. Lee talks about the films “C.B. Hustlers” and “Supervixens”. Jeremy confesses a secret, and finally keeps something short, PSYCH. No, seriously, he keeps his thoughts on Psych super short. Chris chats up a vintage Beer of the Week, Arrested Development, Big Brother Season 15, and something else. We wrap things up with trivia for the fans.