This week on the Acid Pop Cult Podcast, Jason and Jeremy continue the winning tradition of exploring the outskirts of pop culture. Jason offers up a look inside his recent interview with the likes of legendary rocker Michael Monroe and the ultra-funny Missi Pyle. Jeremy offers up his thoughts on the recently teased “Watchmen” series which is headed to HBO, while taking a look at it’s potential similarities to Adi Shankar’s “Gods and Secrets.” Most importantly, Jeremy comes to a startling realization about “The Crow” franchise, that is not to be missed! The pair cool their jets with thoughts of making the trek to Iceland to see John Carpenter play live in 2016. To finish off an already jam packed episode, they bring you their picks of the week! Download, listen and spread the word!
This week on the Acid Pop Cult Podcast, Jeremy and Jason are ready to take on the issues of today. They start with a look inside the twisted mind of Jeremy Morrison as he makes the transition from veteran chainsmoker to just another young guy with an oral fixation. That’s right, JMO kicks the butts and hilarity ensues. Jason brings us up to speed on the happenings over at Icon Vs. Icon, more specifically, an interview with the lovely and talented Agnes Olech of ’True Detective.’ Talk quickly turns to Josh Trank’s somehow controversial ‘Fantasic Four’ movie and the fanboys and critics who have been bashing it long before it even finished filming. The duo examine the latest developments from producer/director Adi Shankar. Shankar is the man behind the Marvel Bootleg Universe and shorts like, Venom: Truth in Journalism, and Power/Rangers. Most importantly, they believe he is the chosen one who can swoop in and turn the superhero genre on it’s head with his upcoming feature, ‘Gods and Secrets.’ There are two solid Pick’s of the Week for this week’s episode. Jeremy leads the charge with a look at Comedy Central’s ‘Another Period,’ a series created by Natasha Leggero and Riki Lindhome; starring Michael Ian Black, Paget Brewster, Brett Gelman, Christina Hendricks and more. Jason takes us 20 years back in time with Shout! Factory’s release of the ‘Hackers: 20th Anniversary Edition.’ It’s a jam packed show that will make you want to smoke or hack the planet. Either way, the future is in your hands.