All in The After Movie Diner
Marcus Pinn of Pinnland Empire joins Jon Cross to discuss John Carpenter’s Prince of Darkness from 1987
On this episode, the grumpy old men of podcasting, Jon Cross and Jim Wallace, talk about the grumpy old man of action movies, Sylvester Stallone and his new film as one of his most iconic characters, Rambo: Last Blood.
Jon Cross sits down with Matt Farley of moternmedia.com and they do the important work of movie podcasters and talk the forgotten trilogy of late era slasher films: The Urban Legend movies.
Old friend of the show, fellow podcast, film journalist extraordinaire and all round groovy chap, Brad Gullickson from In the Mouth of Dorkness and Film School Rejects joins Jon Cross to talk ghosts, 80s politics, gross out effects, curses, Spielberg and Tobe Hooper rumours and much more when they take on The Poltergeist trilogy!
We talk Ready or Not, the new horror comedy starring Samara Weaving, Adam Brody and Andie MacDowell and all the great indie, genre films of 2019, in the Hollywood Diner, Chelsea New York.
Jon Cross and Jim Wallace watch some women, 2 of which are famous people’s daughters, get attacked by blind, albino sharks amongst the Mayan ruins of Mexico in 47 Meters Down: Uncaged
Jon Cross and Jim Wallace talk Alfred Hitchcock’s Eastern Europe thriller, Torn Curtain starring Paul Newman and Julie Andrews.
Jim Wallace and Jon Cross celebrate 8 years of The After Movie Diner by watching the 1994 horror film, Brainscan starring Edward Furlong - not because they wanted to but because the listeners demanded it.
You want the skinny on the new “when animals attack” movie Crawl? You’ve come to the right place…
Jon Cross and Jim Wallace get all inward and philosophical, as well as kind of lovely, thanks to the excellent, new teen comedy Booksmart from Director Olivia Wilde.
Jon is joined by his amazing wife Kimberly to talk the new British/Scottish film Wild Rose starring the incredible Jessie Buckley and Julie Walters.
Marcus Pinn of Pinnland Empire joins Jon Cross to talk Jim Jarmusch’s achingly hip, zombie film parody with the starriest cast since the last Wes Anderson film, The Dead Don’t Die.
In an utterly ridiculous episode Jim Wallace and Jon Cross sit around making mistakes and bad jokes while eating baked potatoes and discussing Godzilla: King of the Monsters.
Jim Wallace and Jon Cross discuss the new comedy from Amazon Studios that centers around an American late night talk show host and her new writer: Late Night, starring and written by Mindy Kaling and starring Emma Thompson.
Jon Cross and Jim Wallace sit in a diner and get really grumpy about Detective Pikachu. They may have severe, deep set issues that no one has identified yet and are trying to work it out in podcast form. Enjoy.
Spader’s sleazy member and innate sex ability causes him to get kidnapped by a mad french woman. Host Jon Cross and guest, podcaster extraordinaire, Moe Porne wish that made for a more compelling film. Instead we talk what would happen if this had 9 sequels! On the finale of Please Sleaze Me the 4th Sleazy Spader Springtime!
Contributor to the Diner and renowned Pfeifferologist, Michael Campochiaro joins host Jon Cross to talk 1994’s Wolf in which James Spader delights as the exceptionally sleazy shit Stewart Swinton.
Jay Mayo and Owen Durivage join host Jon Cross to talk Sleazy James Spader in 2003’s made for the Sci-Fi channel movie Alien Hunter.
Sleazy Spader Springtime is back for its fourth year! Jim Wallace and Jon Cross talk the 2003 thriller I, Witness starring Jeff Daniels, Portia De Rossi and king of sleaze, James Spader!
Comic Book aficionado extraordinaire and writer/editor and host of the “And You Thought it was Safe?” blog and video series, David DeMoss joins us once again for another dive into the Marvel Cinematic Universe and this time it’s the turn of one Captain Marvel…