This week’s episode of Acid Pop Cult Podcast, hop on the mic for a quick recap of their recent exploits. Jason kicks off the show with a recap of his recent celebrity run-ins at Monster Mania and the hilarity that ensued. Jeremy offers a look inside his time at Wizard World Chicago as a vendor and new Chipotle disciple. Talk soon turns to the recently re-released ‘Terminator 2: Judgement Day’ in 3D and upcoming film releases for the Fall of 2017. Jason discusses his ill-fated attempt to take in the Mayweather/McGregor fight and how Duke Bourbon ended up saving the day. Finally, Jeremy offers a look at a few Troma items he picked up while on tour and Jason plugs a brand new contest over at Icon Vs. Icon. Spread the word, leave a review and be sure to subscribe to the show on iTunes for our continuing adventures!
On the latest episode of the Acid Pop Cult Podcast, the gang is reunited for a brand new episode of pop culture goodness. Jason offers up a glimpse into his recent trip to Wizard World to meet members of ‘The Monster Squad’ and recounts his evening of online delight with Jeremy playing ‘Friday The 13th: The Game.’ Not to be outdone, Hank waxes poetic about the ‘Alien’ franchise and gives us mixed signals about his true feelings on ‘Alien: Covenant.’ Jeremy also shines a light on his latest ‘Unsung Heroes of Hollywood’ piece and his screening of the latest DC blockbuster known as ‘Wonder Woman.’ Jason also discusses hitting the road to spot Riki Rachtman in the wild on Riki’s Ride 2017 and the great cause it benefits.Spread the word, leave a review and be sure to subscribe to the show on iTunes for our continuing adventures!
On the latest episode of the Acid Pop Cult Podcast, Jeremy and Jason are ready to breakdown the abundance of mock outrage being slung across the internet. Up first Jason catches us up with a recent visit with young Thomas Bryce, formerly of Shit Movie Fest, as well as an up coming appearance at Wizard World in Philly. Then the boys decided to ‘Get Out’ and discuss if they think the film really means what everyone claims it means while maintaining it still a good flick. Finally the boys dive dick deep into all things Crystal Lake as they wax poetically about ‘Friday the 13th: The Game’ and how internet entitled babypants are hell-bent on tearing anything good down. Tune in, stay out of the cabin, and if you’re feeling generous rate and review us on the iTunes. Now can someone get Tommy Jarvis in here to fix our Skype issues? K, thx!
This week on the Acid Pop Cult Podcast, has a mixed bag of topics. Jason kicks things off by recounting his recent trip to Wizard World Philadelphia and a viewing of ’Triple 9.’ Jeremy catches us up with the latest entries in his 366 in 366 movie challenge, where he finally breaks the 200 mark. Hank introduces us to a new feature simply titled “What Hank Hates This Week.” This week he has turned his sights to Rose McGowan and the spineless bastards at Fox. Talk then turns to Jeremy’s struggle with pizza and his upcoming journey to Tennessee to rejoin his beloved Adam Rifkin, along with Ariel Winter and Burt Reynolds, during the shooting of their upcoming flick, “Dog Years”. It’s certainly an interesting time in this young man’s life. The show is rounded out with some quality picks of the week. 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, Jeremy and Jason take a look at some of the hottest events in television. The duo discuss two shows worth a look as we gear up for the Fall — ‘Fear The Walking Dead,’ ‘From Dusk Till Dawn’ and ’The Strain.’ To further get you in the mood for the harvest, the shine a light on another podcast of note with a look at The Purple Stuff Podcast (from the minds of Dinosaur Dracula and The Sexy Armpit). Their spirit for Halloween turns our discussion to a possible animated series from The Mistress of The Dark, Elvira and much more. Jeremy recounts his experiences at Wizard World Chicago as both an attendee and vendor; featuring special guest appearances by artist Chris Ott, keytar legend Ari Lehman and, last but certainly not least, Adrienne Barbeau and her Double Ds of justice. It is a mixed palette of fun, adventure and waxing poetic. Download, listen and spread the word!