This week on the Acid Pop Cult Podcast, the gang offers up a very mixed bag of topics. The show kicks off with Jason and Hank as they offer up a look inside Apple Music as they discuss their recent musical endeavors with the service. From metal to yacht rock to movie soundtracks, that cover the bases with an eclectic mix of genres. Talk soon turns to all things superhero related with discussions on ‘The Flash,’ ‘Arrow’ and ‘Batman V. Superman.’ The boys the take a look at Jeremy’s recent additions to his 366 in 366 movie quest and take a extended look at Richard Linklater’s ‘Everybody Wants Some.’ Also discussed this episode: ‘The Warriors’ reboot and the 2005 Rockstar game celebrating the franchise, HBO’s ‘The Night Of’ and Steven Spielberg’s latest masterpiece, ‘The BFG.’
This week on the Acid Pop Cult Podcast, Jason and Hank are a man down as Jmo recovers for bad oral… surgery. The duo recap their recent trip to The Big O and Dukes Yacht Rock Extravaganza starring Dugi B — truly a night for the ages. Then they turn back the clock for a look at ‘Top Gun’ on it’s 30th anniversary and what the future might hold for a future film. It’s a night for nostalgia as the duo wax poetic about Rage Against The Machine and a potential reunion tour and other band’s from the bygone era. Hank reveals his “Rule of Three” for binge watching, while Jason offers up some potential mid-season replacements. The round out the episode with a quick look at the upcoming ‘Lethal Weapon’ series from Fox before calling it a day. This week’s episode features Sunny Ledfurd’s “Send Her Flowers.” Spread the word, leave a review and be sure to tune in each week for the latest and greatest!
Jeremy and Jason are coming at you hard in the paint with some midweek bonus content, kids. Strap in as they duo chat up anything from Yacht Rock to the masterpiece that is the masturbation episode of Roseanne. Talk then turns to what they have been catching on television as of late. As always, rate and review us on iTunes, and more importantly, tell a friend. Because sharing is caring.