Episode 237: Accounting 101

Episode 237:Accounting 101On the latest episode of the Acid Pop Cult Podcast, Jeremy and Jason return to their action roots with an in-depth discussion of the under-the-radar action/drama, “The Accountant.” In addition, Jason offers up a behind-the-scenes look at two of his most recent interviews, while Jeremy preps for his upcoming encounter with the legendary John Waters. The duo also offer up a glimpse at the latest issue of the Lucio Fulci “Zombie” comic from Eibon Press. Spread the word, leave a review and be sure to subscribe to the show on iTunes for our continuing adventures!

Episode 237: Accounting 101

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Episode 211: Endless Summer Nights

Episode 211: Endless Summer NightsThis week on the Acid Pop Cult Podcast, recap their recent summer adventures. From Huey Lewis and The News to Blues Traveler, Jason tells us how he is keeping the summer rolling with attending a few summer concerts. Meanwhile, Jeremy continues his quest to stay indoors and offers up the latest and greatest entries into his 366 in 366 challenge. The duo also wades out into the murky waters of the John Waters back catalog and discusses the legendary director’s exploits both on and off screen. Spread the word, leave a review and be sure to subscribe to the show on iTunes for our continuing adventures!

Episode 211: Endless Summer Nights

Episode 49: The Unintentional Directors Cut

Episode 49: The Unintentional Directors Cut

Episode 49 is a great one, folks. Lee brings us a hilarious Dear Hollywood and a top 15 of Blaxploitation from IMDb. He educates us about some of the godfather’s of the genre, including a Pam Grier collaborator, Jack Hill. A white dude making Blaxploitation flicks? Happened a lot. Guess what, he was fucking great at it too! Jeremy blows a load over The Dark Knight Returns part II, John Waters, and the cute men over at Junk Food Dinner. We should just get rid of Rants and Rambles since he tends to rant and ramble his way through the entire show. Roxy’s Rack Review is a gem! Roxy educates Lee about-indy as fuck-filmmaker Fred Olen Ray, and also delivers another great review, The Phantom Empire. No, not the Gene Autry sci-fi epic from 1935, the 1988 version featuring an all-star indy cast that includes a leather clad Sybil Danning. Still not interested? Fuck off! This show is awesome! Roxy brought her A game, Lee hit 5 for 5 with 4 homers and 9 rbi’s, and Jeremy, well, talked.

Episode 49: The Unintentional Directors Cut