Episode 137: Into The Further…For Real!

Episode 137: Into The Further...For Real!

The Acid Pop Cult Podcast is as diverse as ever this week. Jeremy leads the charge with a look back at his trip to C2E2 in Chicago this past weekend. The duo welcome a special (and long overdue) guest appearance from Producer Danielle who drops by to discuss her experiences in The Insidious 4D Experience. Jason discusses his brief trip to Chiller Theatre and what is on the way from Icon Vs. Icon. Talk quickly turns to the recently revealed image of Jared Leto as The Joker and Frank Miller’s upcoming Batman project. The dynamic duo then introduce a new segment where we focus in on our recommendations with “The Pick Of The Week!” This week’s pick is a podcast of note — “Henry and Heidi.” We won’t spoil the rest! Tune in to learn more!  If that’s not enough, we’ll see you next Tuesday (K)night…
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Episode 102: One For The Ladies

Episode 102: One For The LadiesThis week Jeremy tries to explain why he doesn’t dig Robert Rodriguez’s flicks. Jason tells us what he’s got going on over at Icon Vs. Icon and tells us about his trip to Monster Mania. Lee brings the funny, tells us about some vinyl he picked up and shines a light on a sweet flick that we should check out called Space is the Place over on the YouTubes. Oh, and Roadie starring MEATLOAF! They also poke fun at Chris and his movie selections at times.

Episode 102: One For The Ladies

Episode 49: The Unintentional Directors Cut

Episode 49: The Unintentional Directors Cut

Episode 49 is a great one, folks. Lee brings us a hilarious Dear Hollywood and a top 15 of Blaxploitation from IMDb. He educates us about some of the godfather’s of the genre, including a Pam Grier collaborator, Jack Hill. A white dude making Blaxploitation flicks? Happened a lot. Guess what, he was fucking great at it too! Jeremy blows a load over The Dark Knight Returns part II, John Waters, and the cute men over at Junk Food Dinner. We should just get rid of Rants and Rambles since he tends to rant and ramble his way through the entire show. Roxy’s Rack Review is a gem! Roxy educates Lee about-indy as fuck-filmmaker Fred Olen Ray, and also delivers another great review, The Phantom Empire. No, not the Gene Autry sci-fi epic from 1935, the 1988 version featuring an all-star indy cast that includes a leather clad Sybil Danning. Still not interested? Fuck off! This show is awesome! Roxy brought her A game, Lee hit 5 for 5 with 4 homers and 9 rbi’s, and Jeremy, well, talked.

Episode 49: The Unintentional Directors Cut