Amazing Pop Culture Podcast

This is an amazing pop culture podcast providing expert commentary on comedy, music, movies, TV, news, history and everything in between. Hang out with hosts Dags and asst. Manager Mike Resin and enjoy childish comedy and light hearted fun!

On this episode 2021 Marvel Studios American superhero film Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings is reviewed. Making Plans for Nigel, the 1979 single from by the English rock band XTC is the song of the day. The music of Indie jam band The Cellar Kings from Saint Paul, Minnesota is featured.

On this episode the 2021 Marvel Studios What If...? TV series on Disney+ is reviewed and Funko pop! collecting.

On this episode the 1979 American prison action film directed by Don Siegel and starring Clint Eastwood is reviewed. Also experimental electronic music from Chuck W.

On this episode Rush fan Dags and Rush noob Mike Rez discuss the 1981 album “Moving Pictures” by Canadian rock band Rush. The guys go through each track of the album and discuss their thoughts and fun Rush trivia. Also new music by synthwave artist Galaxy 80 “Infinite Mirrors (feat. Decisive Koala)”

On this episode the unexplained ball lightning and other strange natural phenomena are discussed including stories of the hosts experiencing ball lightning in real life! And new synthwave music by Ganymede - The Red-Tailed Hawk. 

On this episode the latest pop culture news on “South Park” creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker $900 million deal with ViacomCBS, the 2021 Olympics, Scarlett Johansson Sues Disney over “Black widow”and new synthwave music by musician Mike Templar. 

On this episode the 2021 animated series Masters of the Universe: Revelation, the sequel to the original series He-Man and the Masters of the Universe developed by Kevin smith is reviewed along with Saturday morning cartoons : 1980 Thundarr the Barbarian and 1967 The Herculoids and new music by synthwave musician Andrew Benon.

On this episode The 1955 Le Mans disaster, which happened at the 24 Hours of Le Mans road race in France. It was the deadliest crash in motorsport history, killing 83 spectators, driver Pierre Levegh and injuring 100s more.

Moonlighting: An Oral History Review.  On this episode author Scott Ryan talks about his book Moonlighting: An Oral History in which he interviewed over twenty people including actors, writers and producers involved with this pop culture phenomenon television show Moonlighting. Hear about the behind-the-scenes drama, chaos and  how the show rivaled Game of Thrones.

The Outlaw Josey Wales Review.  On this episode the 1976 American Western film The Outlaw Josey Wales is reviewed along with music discussion about the EBM group Nitzer Ebb and the track Enduro by Minnesota synthwave band Magenta Vice is played.

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