Cult Popture is a collective of minds OBSESSED with the media, Film, TV, Music, Video Games and any other content that is broadcast directly into our brains.
We're here to shed light and share totally biased opinions on the good stuff, the bad stuff and the crazy stuff that goes on behind the scenes as well as in the spotlight.
Is it too late to be a Belieber now?
Check out January's comedy sketch, which is also our first video of 2016!
'Always Sunny' hasn't really addressed a relevant controversy in years, but the characters themselves, Charlie, Dennis, Mac, Sweet Dee and Danny DeVito's Frank, have developed into ludicrous, exaggerated versions of their original characters.
2-Kay-15 marked some curious moments in pop culture; Caitlyn Jenner, 'Star Wars', Kanye for President and endless Drake memes to a name a few. But what of pop music, and all our beloved pop stars themselves?
Happy New Year! Let's talk about last year! We've got ourselves a brand-spanking new podcast for you all to listen to as you bus to work or sit on the toilet for 54 minutes. For our first foray into podcasting Jeremy, Evan and myself (AJ) discuss the big films which really let us down in the year that was.
It seems like Disney have actually put some tender love and care into selecting the directors for the franchise which is so tenderly loved and cared for. Let's take a look.
Let’s be honest with ourselves. The original ‘Jingle All the Way’ from 1996 was not, by any stretch, a good movie. It only achieved its cult-classic status because of its intentionally hilarious performance from Phil Hartman, and its unintentionally hilarious performance from Arnold Schwarznegger.
Spoilers are kept to a minimum, but if you're one of those people who don't even watch trailers then you should see the movie first.
Netflix Originals are a real mixed bag. Shows like 'House of Cards', 'Orange is the New Black' and 'BoJack Horseman' seem to get a lot of praise, while quieter releases such as 'Grace and Frankie' or 'Real Rob' don't even show up on people's radars. It seems for every 'Master of None', there is a 'Hemlock Grove'.
Out of the two members of Flight of the Conchords, Jemaine was always the one I related to the most. Maybe it was because Bret was always the one getting the girl or getting a job while Jemaine watched awkwardly from the corner, or maybe it was because when I first got glasses in high school everyone in my class said I looked like him.