This week Jeremy doesn’t keep things short about Man of Steel. Jeremy and Lee both get erections over Safety Last. Chris talks about seeing This is the End, Paradise Lost: Purgatory, and a Pussy Riot doc. Lee brings two of his own docs called Knuckleball and Square Grouper. They pimp the new Tiffany Shepis kickstarter, a sequel to the Night of the Demons remake, written by her hubby Sean Tretta. And the boys try to guilt Icon vs. Icon into helping out. Buckle up. It’s LONG!
Episode 66: If Jeremy Ever Starts By Saying “I’m Going To Keep This Short” Expect A Long Fucking Podcast!
Roxy and Jeremy shoot the shit about car dealers, Marvel’s The Avengers, Cabin in the Woods, Rolfe Kanefsky’s There’s Nothing Out There, and a nice found footage debate. Jeremy professes his love for “Chronicle” scribe Max Landis. The duo also announce an new contest. ENJOY!
Episode 17: Avenging Found Footage in the Woods
Parker, Frisbie, and Jeremy play a round of the sure to be a smash hit game “Acid, Pop, Cult”. Jeremy then finds out from Faith Von Awesome, Stacy Hoffman, and Ellie Church the best way to pick up a hottie from a convention. Jeremy shares his opinions as well. It’s a good one. Email us at AcidPopCult@Gmail.com. and check out Pool Party Radio and Junk Food Dinner on iTunes or the web. Good times.
Episode 15: Best of the Best You’ve Never Heard part 2
Jeremy is joined by 3 lovely gyno Americans Stacy Hoffman, Ellie Church, and Faith Von Awesome to talk about how they got affiliated with TROMA and horror conventions in general. Jeremy is then joined by his podcast idols Mr. Jason “Razor Blades” Frisbie and Mr. Parker “I Don’t Live In Arizona” Bowman of Pool Party Radio. It’s a 2 part show so stay tuned for Episode 15!!
Episode 14: Best of the Best That You’ve Never Heard part 1
Roxy, Lee, and Jeremy catch up after three weeks off. Lee and Jeremy try to prove Roxy isn’t as boring as she claims. They are wrong. Jeremy talks at length about the great new documentary THE OTHER F WORD, A coming of “middle” age tale. We get off track and discuss the joy of having kids. Mudcats = genius television. Remakes aren’t good, but aren’t bad either? Bad movie romances followed by a round table discussing of our own personal screwed up relationships. It’s a long one, but good.
Episode 11: F*@cked Up Romances
Debbie Rochon guests on Episode 7 of Acid Pop Cult
Episode 7 we continue our Troma
retrospective with Debbie Rochon
. Debbie is of course a Troma Goddess, Scream Queen, Producer, Host, Author, Writer, and #AA2. We talk about her past, present, and future with the company and her career as well. Like what you hear? Subscribe to our iTunes channel and Roxy will post more pics of her covered boobies. Not into that? Jeremy will send you a special surprise. Hit us up via email at AcidPopCult@gmail.com. Find us on the web at AcidPopCult.com. Follow us on twitter
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Episode 7: Debbie Rochon Brings Down A Wrath…Of Crows
Welcome back to Acid Pop Cult! We hope your holidays were as fun filled as a night out in Cleveland Ohio. Roxy and Jeremy chat about a few of our fans, chat about why Jeremy has taken so long (2 months) to post this episode, and review two pretty cool flicks, Chop directed by Trent Haaga and The Muppets. Jeremy then chats with a talented artist, writer, and all around funny dude, Brian Myers (@tromaboy2002)
This is the first of 5 episodes to come that feature our tribute to the TROMA TEAM and their president and the creator of the Toxic Avenger, Lloyd Kaufman. As always please rate and comment on iTunes, “like” us on facebook, and follow us on twitter @acidpopcult.
Episode 5: TROMA Retrospective Featuring Brian Myers (Part 1), Chop & The Muppets Review
Episode 3 we are joined by special guests Parker Bowman of Junk Food Dinner and Pool Party Radio. The gang discuss their favorite Scream Queens. They also talk about the state of horror today. Tiffany Shepis pops in to tell us her thoughts on what “makes a Scream Queen.” Jeremy updates the shadow box contest results. Shepis also fills us in on what she has been keeping herself busy with and gives us the lowdown on what we might expect from her hubby, Sean Tretta. Jeremy issues a public apology to Parker and thanks him for the 24/7 tech support.
Drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org, visit T-Shep at screamshepis.com , and visit Parker’s pages junkfooddinner.com and poolpartyradio.com
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