On the latest episode of the Acid Pop Cult Podcast, Jeremy and Jason return for the first time in weeks to discuss their summer adventures. Jeremy starts things off with a spoiler free tease of the upcoming horror flick, ‘Annabelle Creation’ Jason offers up a solid pick of the week with a review of ‘Behind The Mask: The Batman Dead End Story.’ He also discusses his recent pilgrimages to see the magic of Corey Feldman and The Angels on the Heavenly 2 The US Tour. Other topics include Jason’s latest interviews for Icon Vs. Icon, ‘Friday The 13th: The Game’ and remembering the late great George A. Romero. 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, 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!
This week the boys begin to feel the holiday spirit after they receive a few gifts from the ghost of Icon Vs. Icon present including a sweet clip from Jason Price’s latest interview with Corey Feldman.