On this week’s episode of Acid Pop Cult Podcast, Hank and Jason take a look at some of the Summer blockbusters and direct-to-video fare. Hank takes us on a mostly spoiler-free journey with reviews of ’Spider-Man: Homecoming,’ ‘Wonder Woman,’ ’The Belko Experiment’ and ‘Kong: Skull Island.’ The duo also discuss some recent rock releases before being joined on the Steve Johnson Memorial Hotline by the hardest working man in show business, Jeremy Morrison. Jeremy offers up some recent encounters in the world of ‘Friday The 13th: The Game.’ Spread the word, leave a review and be sure to subscribe to the show on iTunes for our continuing adventures!
This special episode of the APC Podcast is not brought to you by Zima, Budweiser, Pabst Blue Ribbon, Coors Light, or Miller Light sponsors, but a podcast host can dream, can’t he? Thats right, folks, the boys crack open some missile silos and ponder which domestic beer is the better buy for a redneck bonfire. But first, the boys venture out into the wild to secure themselves a sixer of Zima to find out the appeal of getting bottomed out by the local football team in junior high. As always, rates, reviews and shares are appreciated. Flags up for Independence, patriots!
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!
On the latest episode of the Acid Pop Cult Podcast, Jeremy and Jason sit down to discuss the many steps it took to announce Producer Danielle and J-Mo’s latest addition to their ever growing family. Jason shares with us a recent tragedy that took him by surprise, but it “could always be worse.” After a short break Hank returns to the show and he and J-Mo chat up some video game purchases before spoiling the hell out of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, but we give spoiler warnings so you know to skip ahead if need be. The boys than throw out their Pick of the Weeks before calling it a night. As always, ratings and reviews help boost the show in the iTunes algorithm. Sharing with a friend is appreciated. Tune in, you beautiful angels!
On the latest episode of the Acid Pop Cult Podcast, Jason and J-Mo are joined by Hank as they breakdown their most anticipated flicks hitting the multiplexes this Summer. They throw in some honorable mentions and are joined by Hank’s equal-half Dolores in spurts of feminist waves. Don’t forget to rate and review this train wreck!
On the latest episode of the Acid Pop Cult Podcast, Jeremy, Hank and Jason are taking it to the streets. Hank leads the way with the tale of hitting the concert scene as an aging rocker. Talk turns to two of the biggest podcasts on the scene in the form of S-TOWN and UP AND VANISHED. Jeremy decides to scare his family with a second of ’The Visit’ and Jason offers a quick take on FX’s ’The Feud’ and audiobooks before going into a rant about ’The Walking Dead.’ It’s a mixed bag as always, so download, enjoy and spread the word.
On the latest episode of the Acid Pop Cult Podcast, Jeremy, Jason and Hank take a look at the runaway podcast hit ‘Missing Richard Simmons’ and offer up their thoughts on how the series came to a close. Jeremy offers up his take on the new Dax Shepard and Michael Pena flick with a discussion of his ‘CHIPS’ screening. Hank brings some of his latest gaming adventures to the table while Jason tries to keep himself mentally afloat with a quick rundown on Dave Chapelle’s latest specials on Netflix. There’s this and a whole lot more this week on the Acid Pop Cult Podcast! Spread the word, leave a review and be sure to subscribe to the show on iTunes for our continuing adventures!
On the latest episode of the Acid Pop Cult Podcast, Hank and Jason hold down the fort as Jeremy roams the land on assignment. Jason discusses his recent trip to Monster Mania and brushing elbows with some celebs from days gone by and his listener meet up. Hank offers up his take on the box office titan that is ‘Logan’ in a spoiler-ridden review. The two then turn their attention to FX’s awesome new series, ‘Legion,’ and other this superhero related. Finally, talk turns to Hank’s recent and upcoming gaming choices for every system under the sun. Spread the word, leave a review and be sure to subscribe to the show on iTunes for our continuing adventures!
On the latest episode of the Acid Pop Cult Podcast, Jeremy, Jason and Hank aka Myychael are back at full-force and ready to talk about what the hell Hank has been up to for the last month. Jeremy also recounts his recent trip to Madison to share his encounter with the Prince of Puke himself, John Waters. Jason catches us up with all the happenings over at Icon Vs. Icon, and the gang share a few of their picks of the week. Spread the word, leave a review and be sure to subscribe to the show on iTunes for our continuing adventures!
This week Pop-Pop Hank kicks things off with a few tales of woe as he describes the not-so-ideal way his New Year got off to a start. Then J-Mo finishes up his 366 Challenge and describes how it felt to live a life without purpose for a whole year. Later Jason and Jeremy talk about a few ideas they have kicking around for a more productive 2017, and J-Mo sheds some light in a new series he has planned for Icon Vs. Icon which is sure to stoke the creative fires a bit. Jason catches us up on the happenings over at Icon Vs. Icon and the boys round out the show with some picks for the week. As always a rating or review on iTunes is much appreciated and a share to your friends is never a bad thing.