All in The After Movie Diner
On this our 7th Anniversary of podcasting, hosts Jon Cross and Jim Wallace take in the 50th Anniversary screening of The Beatles inspired, animation classic, Yellow Submarine.
Jon Cross and Jim Wallace talk the 1951 film noir On Dangerous Ground starring Ida Lupino and Robert Ryan.
Jim Wallace and Jon Cross talk about Walter Hill's debut feature - depression era, New Orleans set, hobo boxing picture Hard Times starring Charles Bronson and James Coburn.
New guests to the Diner, Rick Mancrush & Marc James, from the Poop Culture Podcast, drop by to talk James Spader's first starring role in schizophrenic 80s gem, Tuff Turf which co-stars Robert Downey Jr.
Doc Paul Crowson joins Jon Cross to delve into one of the prime sleazy Spader roles of the 20th century. Although it had been brewing, Sex, Lies and Videotape might be ground zero for Spader’s current “King of kink” persona.
On this episode Jon Cross is joined by Moe Porne from No-Budget Nightmares and Dee Shaw from 3 Black Geeks to discuss the James Spader starring "comedy farce" Speaking of Sex - from director John McNaughton, the filmmaker who gave us Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer
Every year this podcast delves into the pit of sleaze and iniquity that is James Spader's sex dungeon and pulls out 4 more sleazy tales of Spader filth. This week we talk how Spades’ amazing intercourse prowess saves an alien race in 1985's Starcrossed.
Jon Wallace and Jon Cross finally continue their coverage of all things Peter Weller with a double bill of made-for-TV/straight-to-Video detective offerings from the 90s - Rainbow Drive (the second Bobby Roth film we’ve covered!) and Sunset Grill AKA Hotel Moustache
On this, very special, game show themed episode Jon Cross is joined by Jeopardy Champ Austin Rogers to discuss Robert Redford's 1994 film Quiz Show.
Comic Book expert extraordinaire, David DeMoss, joins Jon Cross talking about Marvel’s Black Panther on the eve of Avengers: Infinity Wars.
Hosts Jon Cross and Jim Wallace talk Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson, giant monsters, lack of specialness, playing to our crowd, the Swedish L wars and so many sequel ideas!
On this episode Jon Cross and Jim Wallace go back to 1950 and the wonderful Hollywood satire, drama and film noir Sunset Boulevard co-written & directed by Billy Wilder and starring William Holden, Gloria Swanson and Erich von Stroheim.
Jon Cross and Jim Wallace head to the West Side Diner to dissect the intricate plotting, the deft dialogue and the quiet, earnest drama of Rob Cohen's The Hurricane Heist.
Jon Cross and Jim Wallace talk about the possible meanings behind, and the things that don't make sense about, the visceral and controversial new movie - Red Sparrow, starring Jennifer Lawrence.
Jim Wallace joins Jon Cross at Soho Park in NYC to discuss the weird, frustrating, haunting, compelling and artistic film Ganja & Hess (1973) after they watched it on the big screen at the Roxy Cinema, Tribeca.
Jim Wallace and regular host Jon Cross sit in Kellogg's Diner in Brooklyn to discuss the Louis Gossett Jr., Peter Coyote and Anthony LaPaglia starring, Bobby Roth movie, Keeper of the City.
This episode of the podcast is all about war, eagles (or lack thereof) and Donald Pleasence as Himmler when Jon Cross and his guest Professor Aloysius Fucknuckle (pronounced Fook-Noo-Klay) talk Where Eagles Dare and The Eagle Has Landed!
Jim Wallace is back in the Diner with Jon Cross after quite a while and the two hosts get back into the swing of things by taking in a Neeson flick The Commuter and heading to The Westway Diner.
Contributor to this very website but first time podcast guest, Michael Campochiaro joins Jon Cross to talk Kathryn Bigelow's amazingly 90s look at technology, race and unrequited love on New Year's Eve 1999, Strange Days.
Jon Cross is joined by Moe and Doc to discuss a few films and the career of Gene Hackman including The French Connection, The Package and Loose Cannons.