Episode 173: The Leftovers

Episode 173 The Leftovers

There is an extra helping of the Acid Pop Cult podcast this week to aid your Thanksgiving Hangover and power you through Black Friday. Jeremy and Jason take a trip down an alternative timeline by revisiting the ’Terminator’ franchise, classic music of the 1990s and the magic of Webster! Other retro themed topics include a reunion of Guns ’N Roses classic lineup, your host’s new found love of Yacht Rock and ‘Freddy’s Nightmares’ on the El Rey Network..The episode comes back to the future with a quick review of “Ash Vs. Evil Dead” on Starz and a rundown on two exciting Sundance Film Festival premieres slated for 2016 — Kevin Smith’s “Yoga Hosers” and Rob Zombie’s “31.” Download, listen and spread the word!

Episode 132: Lords of the Real World

Episode 132 Lords of the Real WorldThis week on the Acid Pop Cult Podcast, Jason and Jeremy turn their collective attention to some of the biggest developments going down in pop culture this week. From a ‘Mallrats’ sequel to the next entry in the ‘Friday The 13th’ series to the latest from horror icon Clive Barker to ’The Decline of Western of Civilization’ — we’ve got you covered!  If that’s not enough, We’ll see you next Tuesday (K)night… unless we have to cancel the Kickstarter.

Episode 132: Lords of the Real World

Episode 110b: No More Fakin’ It, This Time In Life We’re Breakin’ It

Episode 110b: No More Fakin' It, This Time In Life We're Breakin' ItThis week on Acid Pop Cult, Wilford Brimley finds a new whore, Jason talks about his interview with Shabba-Doo Quinones of Breakin’, The Kids in the Hall, Monty Python, and Animal House are topics of conversation, and the trio try to remember the days before the Internet when people had to use actual maps, you know, the ones on paper.

Episode 110b: No More Fakin’ It, This Time In Life We’re Breakin’ It

Episode 74b Take Two: Batfleck and the Amish Mafia Take Over the Podcave

Episode 74b Take Two: Batfleck and the Amish Mafia Take Over the Podcave

The best part of Episode 74b Take Two is knowing that every time Jeremy hears himself call Zack Snyder Scott Snyder, he cringes and wants to punch himself in the nuts. Lee talks bunches about Amish Mafia while Jeremy has enough Bat Chat to last him an episode. Jeremy explains why the internet is wrong about Ben Affleck, and how Grant Morrison got some heat for his thoughts on the Alan Moore classic ‘The Killing Joke’.

Episode 74b Take Two: Batfleck and the Amish Mafia Take Over the Podcave

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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

Episode 60: Poop

Episode 60: Poop

 

Chris and Jeremy fly without the Lee beneath their wings. They try to avoid talking about Kevin Smith for you fans. Key word is TRY. They talk Mudhoney and Dog Fish Head. A little bit about flicks. An update on Death to All. A new Netflix show that Chris discovered from Eli Roth. And wrap it up with WHAM! I think that is it… I don’t recall.

Episode 60: Poop

Episode 59: He Did It All For The Funny

Episode 59: He Did It All For The Funny

Acid Pop Cult, now 68.267% more interactive! The gang answer emails and tweets from the world of four listeners. Chris and Jeremy talk about their fun at C2E2, including Jeremy’s dreadful time during the Maniac remake, Chris hating on nerds, more Aquaman hate, some hard Kevin Smith dick sucking, and a beer line. Lee educates the boys on some literature and “The Confederacy of Dunces.” Jeremy says “in concession” instead of “in succession” twice in one episode, which drove him nuts during the edit. Words were not his friend on episode 59. If you’re not a fan of Kevin Smith, Jeremy is sorry in advance. If you are a fan of Kevin Smith, you’re welcome in advance. For some stupid reason I can’t upload our episode card… it’s really funny and I’m now suicidal because of this tragic blunder.

*Editor’s note: We don’t really think Lee is a racist. We’re sorry in advance.

Episode 59: He Did It All For The Funny

 

Episode 56: Aquaman Versus The Battlesh*ts

Episode 56: Aquaman Versus The Battlesh*ts

This week Lee and Chris bust Jeremy’s balls over Aquaman for 20 minutes before the show even starts. Once things settle down, they boys talk about Black Sabbath and CSI, movies to watch like The Watch, Fat Kid Rules The World, Evil Dead Remake Evil Head from Burning Angel, Doug Sakmann, and Tommy Pistol, Casa De Mi Padre, Cheech and Chong’s Animated Movie, Jay and Silent Bob’s Super Groovy Cartoon Movie, Bachelorette, How hot Lizzy Caplan is (and Adam Scott), Fifty Pills, more Aquaman, music and its scientific influence, and even more Aquaman.

Episode 56: Aquaman Versus The Battlesh*ts

Episode 53: Thank God For Mondays

Episode 53: Thank God For Mondays

 

This week the boys catch up after a long break with some talk about SNL, Chevy Chase, and a few flicks they’ve had a chance to check out recently. Lee sheds some light on a sweet flick available on Netflix called Stingray Sam. Jeremy goes wild for Goon. They wrap things up with what drives Lee mad in this weeks March Madness. Honorable mentions: Rolfe Kanefsky’s Once Upon a Horror kickstarter, Bad Teacher, The Three Amigos, and Pool Party Radio latest SbtB episode. Check it out!

Epidode 53: Thank God For Mondays

Episode 51: Our Episode Names Are Longer Than (A My Chemical Romance Or Fall Out Boy Song Title)

Episode 51: Our Episode Names Are Longer Than (A My Chemical Romance Or Fall Out Boy Song Title)

This week Jeremy and Lee talk about everything from the Chicago Blackhawks to The Academy Awards. Lee recommends a couple of titles streaming right now on netflix. The boys get wet over old school Christian Slater and John Cusack flicks, comdians that apologize for being funny, and Reality Show the Film premiering at SXSW. Finally, Jeremy wraps up the month long Blaxploitation flick fest we’ve been having with one of his favorites 1995s, Vampire in Brooklyn. Check it out!

Episode 51: Our Episode Names Are Longer Than (A My Chemical Romance Or Fall Out Boy Song Title)