This week on the Acid Pop Cult Podcast, Jason and Jeremy are back together once again for an action packed episode. Jason kicks the show off with a sick recap of his recent vacation adventures! It wasn’t all play and no work as he managed to squeeze in an interview with Sarah Butler of “I Spit On Your Grave 3.” As talk turns to new releases, the duo discuss the highly recommended film, “The Final Girls,” from director Todd Strauss-Schulson. Jason throws us a swerve with a stroll down memory lane with a glimpse inside his life of crime. Jeremy sings the praises of the CW’s “The Flash” and all that is right in the world! Download, listen and spread the word!
Jeremy and Jason are slowing ramping up their excitement for the Fall and all things Halloween. The duo offer a look at their plans for the upcoming holiday and take a look back at Halloween’s past as they revisit some of their favorite costumes. As they venture further down the rabbit hole, they take a look at the Kickstarter campaign for a documentary on ’Nightmare on Elm Street 2’ star Mark Patton — “Scream, Queen: My Nightmare On Elm Street.” Jason offers a look inside his latest interviews, specifically a recent call to director Todd Strauss-Schulson for the highly anticipated horror-comedy, ’The Final Girls.’ The boys round it out with a look at what they are currently watching and some picks of the week! Download, listen and spread the word!
It was been a busy week for the guys at the Acid Pop Cult Podcast. Jeremy and Jason kick the show off with some fancy footwork, which leads to a discussion on some ridiculous footwear. Talk then turns to the content Jason has been turning out for Icon Vs. Icon. The duo discuss the latest interviews with EG Daily, Clifton Collins Jr. and NHL Superstar turned country artist Theo Fleury. As they dive deeper, they take a look ahead at what is on the horror movie slate with ‘Spit On Your Grave 3’ and ‘The Final Girls.’ Jeremy reveals his plans on wowing the neighborhood children this Halloween before schooling Jason on the history of the legendary Ghostface mask from the ‘Scream’ franchise. As the reach fever-pitch, they dive into the worlds of ‘South Park,’ The Simpsons’ and ‘Scream Queens.’ As always, it is an eclectic and edgy show, custom fit from head to toe. Download, listen and spread the word! Woooooo