This week’s episode of the Acid Pop Cult Podcast (recorded a while ago) finds J-Mo’s heart is broken after watching Justice League and seeing glimpses of what the film “could’ve been” had Zack Snyder been around to finish the film. Some other stuff was brought up too, but Jason went on vacation and J-Mo welcomed the latest Edition of the Morrison clan home, so neither of the guys remember anything else. But we do remember it was a solid-ish episode. As always be sure to spread the word, leave a review and subscribe to the show on iTunes for our continuing adventures!
On the latest episode of the Acid Pop Cult Podcast, the gang is reunited for a brand new episode of pop culture goodness. Jason offers up a glimpse into his recent trip to Wizard World to meet members of ‘The Monster Squad’ and recounts his evening of online delight with Jeremy playing ‘Friday The 13th: The Game.’ Not to be outdone, Hank waxes poetic about the ‘Alien’ franchise and gives us mixed signals about his true feelings on ‘Alien: Covenant.’ Jeremy also shines a light on his latest ‘Unsung Heroes of Hollywood’ piece and his screening of the latest DC blockbuster known as ‘Wonder Woman.’ Jason also discusses hitting the road to spot Riki Rachtman in the wild on Riki’s Ride 2017 and the great cause it benefits.Spread the word, leave a review and be sure to subscribe to the show on iTunes for our continuing adventures!
The best part of Episode 74b Take Two is knowing that every time Jeremy hears himself call Zack Snyder Scott Snyder, he cringes and wants to punch himself in the nuts. Lee talks bunches about Amish Mafia while Jeremy has enough Bat Chat to last him an episode. Jeremy explains why the internet is wrong about Ben Affleck, and how Grant Morrison got some heat for his thoughts on the Alan Moore classic ‘The Killing Joke’.
ALTERNATE COVER FOR Episode 74b Take Two: Batfleck and the Amish Mafia Take Over the Podcave
Lee talks riots in the streets, Roxy’s Rack busts open a classic from the 80s, “Silent Scream,” and Jeremy rambles about Tom Atkins…AND William Fichtner? The boys talk about the CW’s new comic turned series, ARROW, and the gang agree Wal-Mart is the 7th layer of hell. Pretty damn good show.