On the latest episode of the Acid Pop Cult Podcast, Jason and Jeremy bring us up to speed on how they’ve been preparing for Christmas. First up, Jason fills us in on the latest holiday party over at the Mojo Dojo and one helluva secret he finally lets his mom in on. J-Mo and Producer Danielle give us their glowing review of a night out on the town when they let us know how the Impractical Jokers live show is as the Tenderloin’s recently hit up the Chicago Theatre on the “Santiago Sent Us” tour. Then, J-Mo shares his latest entries in the 366 Challenge with lengthy discussions on The Goonies, Point Break and Tombstone. Finally the boys exchange some very thoughtful gifts with one another and Producer Danielle suffers a concussion at the hands of Action Jackson and his gift from Ol’ Pop-Pop Price. As always, ’tis the season to leave a rating or review on iTunes. Share this one with the whole family if you want to keep yourself from future holiday gatherings. It’s out present to you!
This week on the Acid Pop Cult Podcast, Jeremy and Jason welcome back a fan favorite to the third mic position — Hank Price aka Hoss Bogg. Back by popular demand, Hank offers up his opinions on the ‘Point Break’ remake, the never-ending stream of reboots, the reunion of Guns N’ Roses and more. Jeremy goes into gamer mode with looks at the nightmare he unleashed with ‘Lego Dimensions’ and bulldogs us all through a table with a review of WWE2K16. Chat turns to their recent binge watching sessions with Netflix’s runaway hit, ‘Making A Murderer’ and the rise of ’Serial.’ They say one good turn deserves another, so the trio cap off the show with a quick discussion of their favorite cereals and movie tie-ins. Spread the word, leave a review and be sure to tune in each week for the latest and greatest!
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!
This week on the Acid Pop Cult Podcast, Jason and Jeremy are in horror movie mode. Jeremy recounts his highly anticipated viewing of ‘Insidious 3’ and how it almost went horribly wrong. He offers up a full review of the flick and what excites him Leigh Whannell’s upcoming projects. Jason gives us a look at the plethora of eclectic upcoming interviews at Icon Vs. Icon (www.iconvsicon.com) before the duo then turn their sights to another horror flick recently made a big impact in the collective radar of horror fans! Ted Geoghegan’s ‘We Are Still Here’ is the director’s love letter to the classic haunted house films that impacted him in his youth, yet incorporate all of the style and excitement of modern horror cinema. Check out out Jason’s interview with this new force in horror at the end of the show! Other topics range from kids sayin’ the darndest things, the trailer for the ‘Point Break’ remake and ‘Giuseppe Makes A Movie.’ It’s an action packed show and the guys are primed and ready to make the magic happen!