This week on the Acid Pop Cult Podcast, Jeremy and Jason prove they are the guys you want on your side. The episode starts up with Jason’s recounting of the battle raging between his neighbors. It’s an epic battle in which he finds himself caught in the middle and fanning the flames. Meanwhile, Jeremy tells us what it takes to be a good neighbor through avoidance and a friend to the animals as he rescues a horde of what the thought might initial be aliens. Then it is down to pop culture business as the duo focus on ’Supergirl’ and ’The Flash.’ The boys also offer up two solid picks of the week with Action Bronson’s ‘Fuck, That’s Delicious’ and ’The Art of Suckerpunch.’ Download, rate and review! It’s a podcast so nice, you should rate it twice!
This week on the Acid Pop Cult Podcast, Jeremy and Jason are back with their take on some of the latest happenings in pop culture. The duo start by taking a look at the upcoming 30 year anniversary celebration of ‘Ferris Bueller’s Day Off’ with FERRIS FEST in Chicago, Illinois. Jason offers up a quick rundown of his recent interviews, ranging from comedian Tom Arnold to ‘Emelie’ director Michael Thelin, for Icon Vs. Icon. It’s a no-holds barred critique session when it comes to the latest happening in the world of ‘Hellraiser: Judgement’ and the drama that surrounds the project; as well a quick look at upcoming action extravaganza, ‘Hardcore Henry.’ Jeremy gives us a quick look at the latest films entering the fray for his 366 movies in 366 challenge in a segment that will make you think, “Wow! this kid needs an outdoor hobby!” It’s a bizarre ride to the far side, so spread the word, leave a review and be sure to tune in each week for the latest and greatest!
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!