This week on the Acid Pop Cult Podcast, Jeremy and Jason celebrate the life and work of the late Wes Craven. The duo discuss their introductions to his work, the impact it had on them as film fans and how his work impacted the horror genre as a whole. Next, Jeremy unveils his list of the Top 5 underrated films by the Master of Horror. They wrap the episode up with their Picks of The Week in the form of the new ‘Mad Max’ video game and Iron Maiden’s new album, “The Book of Souls.” It is a robust and full bodied episode; best described as easily drinkable. Download, listen and spread the word!
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!
It’s time for another exciting episode of the Acid Pop Cult Podcast! This week, Jeremy discusses the concept of “the gated community of horror,” how horrors fans could be the worst type of fans and finally vents his frustrations! Jason gives us a run-down of his latest interviews ranging from Cherie Currie of The Runaways to Nia Vardalos of ‘My Big Fat Greek Wedding’ fame. The duo also discuss the recently released trailer for ’Star Wars: The Force Awakens,’ Quentin Tarantino’s ’The Hateful Eight’ and ‘Batman Vs. Superman.’ Clearly, it was a big week for trailers and (Spoiler Alert!) they gave us a case of the steaming’ undies! If that’s not enough, We’ll see you next Tuesday (K)night.
“Roxy’s Rack Review” pops out the Ted Post classic “The Baby”. J-Mo Coughs his way through a “Rants & Rambles” segment dedicated to the man that inspired him to become a director, the one and only, Wes Craven. Lee brings us a fun edition of “Dear Hollywood” that should inspire you to grab a hand full of boobies. J-Mo predicts his own suicide, too. Good show. Enjoy!
Brian Myers (@tromaboy2002 on twitter) and Jeremy finish up their chat about Troma FIlms. Roxy then makes Jeremy screw up the show plugs…again. Find us on Facebook (Facebook.com/AcidPopCult) on Twitter (@AcidPopCult)and on the world wide web (AcidPopCult.com)
Talented writer and all around great dude, Garry Charles, stops by to talk films based in or made around the UK. Jeremy creams over American Werewolf In London, Roxy professes her love for horror sequels, and hammers in said sequels, and Garry teaches the two how Michael Cain is a horrible actor. We talk some kickass flicks and have fun with the lameness of Skype. Oh yeah, Happy Halloween! Hit us up on twitter, facebook, tumblr, or drop us a line at AcidPopCult@gmail.com. Stop by acidpopcult.com for all your ACP needs. Please stop by our iTunes store and grab up the episode and give us a fair review… Jeremy will even take poor.
In our debut episode we talk The Devils Rejects, Idle Hands, and Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer. Chris and Jeremy go on an ill-informed journey to find NOFX’s Hardcore (not in a store near you). We talk Flashback Weekend in Chicago and discuss “not so” current events. Email the show at firstname.lastname@example.org, follow us on twitter and like us on facebook . Find us on the web at http://www.AcidPopCult.com…
Special thanks to Junk Food Dinner and Pool Party Radio’s own Parker Bowman for the guidance on our first show ever!