Episode 201: Yacht Rockin’ The Wild Blue Yonder

Episode 201: Yacht Rockin' The Wild Blue YonderThis week on the Acid Pop Cult Podcast, Jason and Hank are a man down as Jmo recovers for bad oral… surgery. The duo recap their recent trip to The Big O and Dukes Yacht Rock Extravaganza starring Dugi B — truly a night for the ages. Then they turn back the clock for a look at ‘Top Gun’ on it’s 30th anniversary and what the future might hold for a future film. It’s a night for nostalgia as the duo wax poetic about Rage Against The Machine and a potential reunion tour and other band’s from the bygone era. Hank reveals his “Rule of Three” for binge watching, while Jason offers up some potential mid-season replacements. The round out the episode with a quick look at the upcoming ‘Lethal Weapon’ series from Fox before calling it a day. This week’s episode features Sunny Ledfurd’s “Send Her Flowers.” Spread the word, leave a review and be sure to tune in each week for the latest and greatest!

Episode 201: Yacht Rockin’ The Wild Blue Yonder

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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)

Episode 35: Is Pretty Damn Good

Lee talks riots in the streets, Roxy’s Rack busts open a classic from the 80s, “Silent Scream,” and Jeremy rambles about Tom Atkins…AND William Fichtner? The boys talk about the CW’s new comic turned series, ARROW, and the gang agree Wal-Mart is the 7th layer of hell. Pretty damn good show.

Episode 35: Is Pretty Damn Good