This week on the Acid Pop Cult Podcast, Jason and Jeremy continue the winning tradition of exploring the outskirts of pop culture. Jason offers up a look inside his recent interview with the likes of legendary rocker Michael Monroe and the ultra-funny Missi Pyle. Jeremy offers up his thoughts on the recently teased “Watchmen” series which is headed to HBO, while taking a look at it’s potential similarities to Adi Shankar’s “Gods and Secrets.” Most importantly, Jeremy comes to a startling realization about “The Crow” franchise, that is not to be missed! The pair cool their jets with thoughts of making the trek to Iceland to see John Carpenter play live in 2016. To finish off an already jam packed episode, they bring you their picks of the week! Download, listen and spread the word!
This week on the Acid Pop Cult Podcast, Jeremy and Jason take a look back at their latest summer adventures. Jason kicks off the episode with a quick rundown of his latest interviews with Taylor-Ann Hasselhoff and Emma Dumont of NBC’s ‘Aquarius.’ Then he recounts his trek to the Delaware State Fair to see Bryan Adams perform his plethora of hits: the perfect rock show as he played nothing but the hits and Jason was in bed by 10:30 on a school night. Meanwhile, Jeremy took his ever-growing brood to Michigan for some quality vacation time. The strapping young lad waxes poetic about his future restoration projects and ponders the potential wrath losing his wedding ring in the the lake. He also offers up a look at ‘Shooting The Warwicks,’ a new film in which he appears alongside his ol’ chum Adam Rifkin. With the creative juices flowing, the duo offer up a few picks of the week. Jason’s choices range from USA’s ‘Mr. Robot’ and the ‘I Am Chris Farley’ documentary, while Jeremy focuses on director Greg Garthe’s ‘Last Call.’ Last but certainly not least, in a segment sure to tug at your heartstrings, Jeremy finds a friend in a lil’ fella named bObi. It’ll make you excited. It’ll make you laugh. It’ll make you wonder if Jeremy needs to get out of the house more often. Enjoy the ride and spread the word!