Episode 145: It Came From The 90s

Episode 145: It Came From The 90sThis week’s episode of the Acid Pop Cult Podcast is one of the most eclectic episodes to date. Jason kicks off the festivities by recounting his recent interview with Daniel Johns of Silverchair and Matthew Nelson of 90s rock ’n’ rollers, Nelson. Totally stuck in 90s mode, he turns his attention to Kurt Cobain and the new doc-drama based on his mysterious death, “Soaked In Bleach.” Jeremy taps into his inner Bob Vila and builds himself a new command center in his basement. The new space had to be decorated, so he broke out the memorabilia and we take a look at what delights he has stashed down there. The duo then turn their sights on the recently announced “Halloween Returns” film and the massive success of “Jurassic World.” A look inside Clive Barker’s ‘The Scarlet Gospels’ closes out the show as Jeremy teases his upcoming look at the “Hellraiser” franchise. An episode with a totally unexpected 90s vibe is what we’ve got! So peg your pant legs, throw on a flannel and crank it up.

Episode 145: It Came From The 90s

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Episode 132: Lords of the Real World

Episode 132 Lords of the Real WorldThis week on the Acid Pop Cult Podcast, Jason and Jeremy turn their collective attention to some of the biggest developments going down in pop culture this week. From a ‘Mallrats’ sequel to the next entry in the ‘Friday The 13th’ series to the latest from horror icon Clive Barker to ’The Decline of Western of Civilization’ — we’ve got you covered!  If that’s not enough, We’ll see you next Tuesday (K)night… unless we have to cancel the Kickstarter.

Episode 132: Lords of the Real World

Episode 23: Quentin Tarantino and the Rubber Band vs the Twinkie

Lee suggested that we talk about Quentin Tarantino-t and his influence or if it is actually a lack of.. So that’s fun. Jeremy, Roxy, and Lee also discuss Jenny McCarthy’s not so mean comments about Jim Carrey on Howard Stern, TMZ and their inappropriate article on Clive Barker and TV shows that make us laugh and/or cry.

Episode 23: Quentin Tarantino and the Rubber Band vs the Twinkie