Episode 148: Sentimental Softies

Episode 148: Sentimental SoftiesThis week on the Acid Pop Cult Podcast, Jeremy and Jason reflect on their holiday. The show kicks off as Jason offers his opinion on the latest entry in the Terminator franchise — “Terminator Genisys.’ Meanwhile, Jeremy delves into his latest obsessions, Marvel’s ‘Daredevil’ and ‘Batman: Arkham Knight.’ The duo then discuss the launch of their Mystery Care Package Contest. Be sure to check it out and enter today as APC wants to make you a winner. Looking for something new to satisfy your pop culture cravings? Look no further than their “Pick of The Week” segment were we discuss Joe Dante’s ‘Burying The Ex’ and the awesome new album art book, ‘And Justice For Art..’ As always, it is a jammed packed episode served up hot and steamy! Bon Appétit!

Episode 148: Sentimental Softies

Episode 146: Road Trippin’ and Home Viewin’

Episode 146: Road Trippin' and Home Viewin'Jeremy and Jason welcome back Thomas Bryce of Shit Movie Fest to the third mic position. Jason and Tom kick off the action packed episode by recounting their recent trip to the Colonial Theatre in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania for a 35mm of the Keanu Reeves and Patrick Swayze classic, ‘Point Break.’ It’s 100% pure adrenaline as talk turns to celebrating Father’s Day! Jeremy recaps the new documentary, ‘Red Army,’ which focuses on the legendary hockey team that was one of the most successful dynasties in the history of sports. Tom teases and upcoming feature on his website — Wrestling Is Reel, while Jeremy reviews the long awaited ‘Batman: Arkham Knight.’ The trio cap of the episode with some solid picks for your viewing pleasure!

Episode 146: Road Trippin’ and Home Viewin’

Episode 145: It Came From The 90s

Episode 145: It Came From The 90sThis week’s episode of the Acid Pop Cult Podcast is one of the most eclectic episodes to date. Jason kicks off the festivities by recounting his recent interview with Daniel Johns of Silverchair and Matthew Nelson of 90s rock ’n’ rollers, Nelson. Totally stuck in 90s mode, he turns his attention to Kurt Cobain and the new doc-drama based on his mysterious death, “Soaked In Bleach.” Jeremy taps into his inner Bob Vila and builds himself a new command center in his basement. The new space had to be decorated, so he broke out the memorabilia and we take a look at what delights he has stashed down there. The duo then turn their sights on the recently announced “Halloween Returns” film and the massive success of “Jurassic World.” A look inside Clive Barker’s ‘The Scarlet Gospels’ closes out the show as Jeremy teases his upcoming look at the “Hellraiser” franchise. An episode with a totally unexpected 90s vibe is what we’ve got! So peg your pant legs, throw on a flannel and crank it up.

Episode 145: It Came From The 90s