Episode 269: No Justice For All

This week’s episode of the Acid Pop Cult Podcast (recorded a while ago) finds J-Mo’s heart is broken after watching Justice League and seeing glimpses of what the film “could’ve been” had Zack Snyder been around to finish the film. Some other stuff was brought up too, but Jason went on vacation and J-Mo welcomed the latest Edition of the Morrison clan home, so neither of the guys remember anything else. But we do remember it was a solid-ish episode. As always be sure to spread the word, leave a review and subscribe to the show on iTunes for our continuing adventures!

Episode 269: No Justice For All

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Episode 267: Two Old Dudes Walk Into A Prog Rock Show

This week’s episode of Acid Pop Cult Podcast, J-Mo and Jason are back to discuss all their adventures since before the Halloween break. First the boys dissect Stranger Things Season 2 and if this season delivers on the audiences expectations of Barb’s Resurrection. Then Jason and Jeremy talk a little Justice League while J-Mo tries his hardest to respectfully throw shade at the film’s composer, Mr. Danny Elfman. Last but not least, J-Mo takes us to the comfort of Thalia Hall to recap his big date night with former co-host and fellow old man, Chris, as they trek into the big scary city to see one of horror’s finest acts around, GOBLIN! Spread the word, leave a review and be sure to subscribe to the show on iTunes for our continuing adventures!

Episode 267: Two Old Dudes Walk Into A Prog Rock Show

Episode 251: The Unexpected Journey of Life and Death

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!

Episode 251: The Unexpected Journey of Life and Death

Episode 244: No Justice League, No Peace

On the latest episode of the Acid Pop Cult Podcast, Jeremy and Jason take an in-depth look at the recently released trailers for ‘Justice League’ and ’Spider-Man: Homecoming.’ That’s right! It’s Zack Snyder fanboy versus a guy who’s just in it for the action! Additionally, Jason brings us up to speed on his recent interviews including what was revealed in his chat with creative dynamo and all-around good guy Adi Shankar. Spread the word, leave a review and be sure to subscribe to the show on iTunes for our continuing adventures!

Episode 244: No Justice League, No Peace

Episode 115: Mastercuts

Episode 115: MastercutsThis week the gang discuss their latest trades in the Bad Karma Body Count Celebrity Death Pool, Lee almost gets a haircut, and Jeremy talks about the recent addition to the DC Cinematic Universe. Jason breaks down some sweet new interviews over at Icon Vs Icon, Jeremy hates Tammy, and Lee gets World Cup Fever. It’s almost as sexy as Pac-Man Fever. Almost. The boys also plan a trip to Walmart to pick up some sweet Topps Trading Cards in celebration of Major League turning 25 years young.

Episode 115: Mastercuts

Episode 72: By Definition This Episode Is Spectacular

Episode 72: By Definition This Episode Is Spectacular This week Lee and Jeremy bust out a new segment called By Definition where our humble hosts pick three films from a certain sub-genre that by definition make up said sub-genre. They kick off this new spot with Misfit Comedies. But first, Lee gets heated over a certain Geico add and romanticizes the idea of a ginger free world. Jeremy informs us that The Flashpoint Paradox is a must see film. He then gives his initial thoughts on Batman, Incorporated #13. Also, the boys (somewhat) celebrate the life (and death) of Marilyn Monroe. It is 5:25pst August 5th… Check out Lee’s article over at Mysterious Universe.

Episode 72: By Definition This Episode Is Spectacular