Episode 135: An Episode So Nice, We Did It Twice!

Episode 135: An Episode So Nice, We Did It Twice!It’s time for another exciting episode of the Acid Pop Cult Podcast! This week, Jeremy discusses the concept of “the gated community of horror,” how horrors fans could be the worst type of fans and finally vents his frustrations! Jason gives us a run-down of his latest interviews ranging from Cherie Currie of The Runaways to Nia Vardalos of ‘My Big Fat Greek Wedding’ fame. The duo also discuss the recently released trailer for ’Star Wars: The Force Awakens,’ Quentin Tarantino’s ’The Hateful Eight’ and ‘Batman Vs. Superman.’ Clearly, it was a big week for trailers and (Spoiler Alert!) they gave us a case of the steaming’ undies! If that’s not enough, We’ll see you next Tuesday (K)night.

Episode 135: An Episode So Nice, We Did It Twice!

Episode 124: Is Heaven Handicap Accessible?


Nude celebrity photos rain down from the virtual clouds, Joan Rivers gives up the ghost, and The Trailer Park Boys’ move over to Netflix are among the discussion points in this episode. We also see the return of the extremely popular segment called NFL Football Picks, and reveal the secret of how the pearls of Heaven’s front gate are made.

Episode 124: Is Heaven Handicap Accessible?


Episode 120: Pizza or Poon

Episode 120: Pizza or PoonThis week Lee talks about the adventures of buying a boat and battling the sun while living the life of a freakish ginger. Jason tells us a tale of beaches, arcades, and shares some thoughts about the Comic Con reveals. Jeremy detours the show into a three hour debate about pizza. Get out your multivitamin and Purell, because this shit is sick.

Episode 120: Pizza or Poon

Episode 95: Where Do Those Duke Boys Get Their Wonderful Toys

Episode 95: Where Do Those Duke Boys Get Their Wonderful ToysThis week Jason Price revives the previously abandoned Beer of the Week with a high class selection, Jeremy and Lee argue about which car is better, The General Lee or the Batmobile, and Jeremy shares his love of Law & Order: SVU… But only when “Hot Blonde” Stephanie March is on. It’s long, but the new intro and outro music are fantastic.

Episode 95: Where Do Those Duke Boys Get Their Wonderful Toys

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 37: Spooky Scary Halloween Edition (Not Really)

Episode 37 we are all over the place. Just look at the keywords if you don’t believe me.. One thing is for sure, Halloween isn’t over until you listen to this. Not really, but I’ve always wanted to use that stupid line.

Episode 37: Spooky Scary Halloween Edition (Not Really)

Film shouldn’t be a speed reading exercise

Conceived and written by @LeeArnoldMWF

I think I’ve figured out why I like old movies and b-movies more than I do most mainstream modern film releases.

All these years I’ve blamed everything from CGI and crappy story lines, to over-commercialization and modern acting preferences.

When it comes down to it, the problem lies within structure of the films themselves.

The things I can point to in classic films that I enjoy, are similar to the things I often find myself pointing out as values I appreciate in modern films when I see them.

Generally, the movies I like don’t have a lot of action in them, unless of course we’re talking about highly-choreographed kung-fu where a student has to whip his master’s ass, or in some instances blaxploitatoin where the man has to be taught a lesson, but most frequently the low budgets of the films I like come into play and zap them of any real action sequences.

The sets are minimalistic, basic, and neatly contained.

For example, I love Reservoir Dogs.

It has a little action in it, a few basic set locations that dominate the film, and its heavy with narration, which brings me to my other frequent love of classic films over most modern releases – dialogue.

I like a wordy movie. I think in words. They flow through my mind all day long, so I can relate to things that are expressed in words far better than I can relate to things that fly past the screen at 100 miles per hour with automatic weapons sticking from the windows firing in all directions. I’m happiest watching a Woody Allen movie, Kevin Smith movie, or some other director/writer often accused of being a little wordy, like Quentin Tarantino or someone like that.

Words are the language of the mind.

Don’t believe me?

Think about something right now.

Go ahead.

I’ll wait…..

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Episode 23: Quentin Tarantino and the Rubber Band vs the Twinkie

Lee suggested that we talk about Quentin Tarantino-t and his influence or if it is actually a lack of.. So that’s fun. Jeremy, Roxy, and Lee also discuss Jenny McCarthy’s not so mean comments about Jim Carrey on Howard Stern, TMZ and their inappropriate article on Clive Barker and TV shows that make us laugh and/or cry.

Episode 23: Quentin Tarantino and the Rubber Band vs the Twinkie

Episode 12: Rox in the Stream

Weird episode title, but it makes sense after you listen. Lee, Roxy, and Jeremy talk about guy flicks and what makes a guy flick a guy flick. guy flick. We also bring up some nude photo scandals from the past week… or three. Find out who is the most manliest manly man man on the show NOW!

Episode 12: Rox in the Stream