Episode 281: Mike North Visits Villa Nova Pizzeria

On this very special EASTER SUNDAY EDITION of the APC Podcast J-Mo sits down with legendary broadcaster Mike North. The guys chat about Mike’s epic 25 year long career behind the mic in one of the toughest markets in radio, why sports isn’t interesting to him anymore, how today’s culture has changed and even politics. Then, Mike shines some light on how Burt Reynolds’ latest film, Adam Rifkin’s “The Last Movie Star,” has affected him and why it is one of the greatest films he’s seen in years. All before the pizza hits the table! As always spread the word, leave a review and be sure to subscribe to the show on iTunes for our continuing adventures!

Episode 281: Mike North Visits Villa Nova Pizzeria

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SNEAK PREVIEW: MIKE NORTH ON THE LAST MOVIE STAR

Last week I was fortunate enough to sit down with legendary broadcaster Mike North to talk about his career, where we are as a culture, politics and entertainment. That episode is going to drop in a few days, but because today “The Last Movie Star” officially opens on screens and is available on demand, here is a sneak preview of our chat on the film that brought us together, Burt Reynolds and Adam Rifkin. As always spread the word, leave a review and be sure to subscribe to the show on iTunes for our continuing adventures!

Sneak Preview: Mike North on The Last Movie Star

Episode 206: But Enough About Me

Episode 206: But Enough About MeThis week on the Acid Pop Cult Podcast, the show is packed to the gills. Hank kicks off the festivities by bringing us up to speed on his latest musical trip down memory lane. This time he finds himself immersed in the back catalog of W.A.S.P. aka the complete masterworks of Blackie Lawless. Jeremy soon enters the mix with an update on his upcoming business trip to Tennessee to work alongside director Adam Rifkin and the legendary Burt Reynolds. He offers up an inside look at Reynolds’ recent audiobook, “But Enough About Me: A Memoir,” and offers a few stories from his time on various sets. Jason brings us up to speed on the recent happenings at Icon Vs. Icon and recounts his recent interview with Corey Feldman, in support of his upcoming album, “Angelic 2 The Core.” In addition, the trio bring you up to speed on some exciting news from E3 and discuss what game have them the most intrigued. Other topics include classic Hollywood stars of yesteryear, Cirque De Soliel’s “Toruk: The First Flight” and the extended cut of “Batman V. Superman,” complete with a few spoilers. Spread the word, leave a review and be sure to tune in each week for the latest and greatest!

Episode 206: But Enough About Me

Episode 205: Crickets and Sun Spheres

Episode 205: Crickets and Sun SpheresThis week on the Acid Pop Cult Podcast, has a mixed bag of topics. Jason kicks things off by recounting his recent trip to Wizard World Philadelphia and a viewing of ’Triple 9.’ Jeremy catches us up with the latest entries in his 366 in 366 movie challenge, where he finally breaks the 200 mark. Hank introduces us to a new feature simply titled “What Hank Hates This Week.” This week he has turned his sights to Rose McGowan and the spineless bastards at Fox. Talk then turns to Jeremy’s struggle with pizza and his upcoming journey to Tennessee to rejoin his beloved Adam Rifkin, along with Ariel Winter and Burt Reynolds, during the shooting of their upcoming flick, “Dog Years”. It’s certainly an interesting time in this young man’s life. The show is rounded out with some quality picks of the week. Spread the word, leave a review and be sure to tune in each week for the latest and greatest!

Episode 205: Crickets and Sun Spheres

Episode 139: Return of The Vinyl Hunter

Episode 139: Return of The Vinyl HunterThe Acid Pop Cult Podcast welcomes a blast from the past this week with the triumphant return of former host Chris Michalek. Chris gives us the scoop on what he has been up to. We explore his long running love affair with vinyl, hunting it down in the wild and some of his recent finds. We also recount Chris’ documentation of some amazing bathroom graffiti, via Instagram, while out on the road and Jason confesses to making his own contributions to the art form. Jason gives us the lowdown on getting up close and personal with two former mega-stars this past weekend — Burt Reynolds and Scott Weiland. Jeremy offers a solid pick of the week and spirited review of Oliver Stone’s 1981 feature, ‘The Hand,’ starring Michael Caine. To cap off an already jammed packed episode, the trip offer up a few quick picks in the form of movies and music for your listening pleasure. If that’s not enough, we’ll see you next Tuesday (K)night… #wacbfwsk

Episode 139: Return of The Vinyl Hunter