On the latest episode of the Acid Pop Cult Podcast, Jeremy and Jason bring their A-game for a special blend of topics. Jason kicks off the show with an update of the civil war between his neighbors and then offers an inside look at his most recent interviews for Icon Vs. Icon. Jeremy discusses his latest “Unsung Heroes of Hollywood” focusing on Miles Dougal and the warm reception it received. Jason kicks off the kicks off the pick of the week segment by focusing in on the recently released “24 x 36: A Movie About Movie Posters” documentary. Jeremy counters with one of his best finds to date with the “Psycho Family” documentary focusing on viral video star Jesse Ridgeway aka McJuggerNuggets. This episode is sprinkled with all sorts of other pop culture goodness and even ends with a segment on grilling. How’s that for variety? 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, Jason and Jeremy are in horror movie mode. Jeremy recounts his highly anticipated viewing of ‘Insidious 3’ and how it almost went horribly wrong. He offers up a full review of the flick and what excites him Leigh Whannell’s upcoming projects. Jason gives us a look at the plethora of eclectic upcoming interviews at Icon Vs. Icon (www.iconvsicon.com) before the duo then turn their sights to another horror flick recently made a big impact in the collective radar of horror fans! Ted Geoghegan’s ‘We Are Still Here’ is the director’s love letter to the classic haunted house films that impacted him in his youth, yet incorporate all of the style and excitement of modern horror cinema. Check out out Jason’s interview with this new force in horror at the end of the show! Other topics range from kids sayin’ the darndest things, the trailer for the ‘Point Break’ remake and ‘Giuseppe Makes A Movie.’ It’s an action packed show and the guys are primed and ready to make the magic happen!
Acid Pop Cult is a house divided on the issue of Stanley Kubrick. The snail-like pacing of many of his movies is among the many reasons some here dislike his films.
I fall on the like side of things, but even at that I’m only hotly passionate about a select few films, which bring my attitude toward his entire body of work to a tepid lukewarm.
One of those films that get me hot is Dr. Strangelove: Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb.
You can stop worrying now though, I’m not here to write the 999,999th blog post on the net spouting my opinion of a Top-25 film on the American Film Institute’s list of the best films ever.
I just found a link to the documentary Inside Dr. Strange Love: Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb online and watched it. It’s great stuff, so I thought I’d share the resource.
It’s one of the bonus features from the Blu-Ray release of the film. So if you own it, I’d recommend watching it to be a priority if you haven’t already done so. If you don’t own it, you’re in luck. It’s online.
It’s got a few great stories about on-set experiences with Peter Sellers while he essentially improvises his way through three different characters in the film, the special effects techniques used, and Kubrick’s obsessive nature.
The behind the scenes how-they-did-it hunk was especially interesting. Amazing the amount of work that just went into the passing landscapes seen through the windows from interior shots from within the bomber.
Check it out here: