All in The After Movie Diner
On this our last Horrotober podcast for 2017, Jim Wallace and Jon Cross talk two completely bizarre and quite probably awful Dracula films - Francis Ford Coppola's Bram Stoker's Dracula and Dracula 2000 with Gerard Butler as Dracula (which sounds like a Monty Python joke but isn't, it's painfully true)
At 2 a.m. in the noisiest diner in all of New York, the tired & grumpy Jon Cross and the generally affable Jim Wallace sit down to try and work out just what Dario Argento's Suspiria is all about.
Returning champ, Nick Consol joins us to discuss not one but three baseball themed horror films - Blood Games, The Catcher & Billy Club
Jon Cross is joined by Moe Porne of No Budget Nightmares and Dee Shaw of The 3 Black Geeks to discuss a trilogy of American takes on the Jack The Ripper legend - Terror at London Bridge, Edge of Sanity & Bad Karma. This podcast has got The Hoff, bricks, sweaty Perkins and more!
For the first podcast episode of HORROTOBER '17 Jon Cross and Jim Wallace discuss Tobe Hooper's Carni-filled monster/slasher film The Funhouse.
Other Podcasts will give you all the details and knowledge about Ridley Scott's renowned masterpiece Blade Runner from 1982, Jon Cross and Jim Wallace will give you their grumpy, old, illinformed opinions...
Jim Wallace and Jon Cross discuss the latest action film/comic book movie Atomic Blonde starring Charlize Theron and James McAvoy.
Jim Wallace and Jon Cross take in the latest Stephen King adaptation, the long time coming, The Dark Tower starring Idris Elba and Matthew McConaughey
Jon Cross and regular co-host Jim Wallace discuss the 1973 film Scarecrow starring Gene Hackman and Al Pacino.
Fantastic guest and all round swell gentleman, Moeseph Porné, joins Jon Cross to discuss musical sequels that may actually be better than the originals: Grease 2 and Shock Treatment.
Jim Wallace and Jon Cross discuss their last Sleazy Spader film, the swampy southern drama Storyville from Twin Peaks co-creator, Mark Frost.
Jim Wallace and Jon Cross are back wading through the swamp of strange and sleazy Spader talking about the bizarrre, genre-mash-up, film The New Kids from 1985.
Jim Wallace joins Jon Cross to delve into the second of four James Spader films they're covering this spring, the Curtis Hanson directed Bad Influence, co-starring Rob Lowe.
It's that time of year again! That's right Sleazy Spader Springtime 2: The Sleazening! is upon us! 4 films over 4 weeks of James Spader madness. Starting off the season is this episode all about the Spader and Susan Sarandon romantic drama, White Palace.
Jon Cross talks with Writer and Producer James Saito about the Godfather of Gore's last film, Herschell Gordon Lewis' BloodMania.
Filmmaker John Portanova joins us to discuss not one but three Bigfoot movies - Hunting Grounds, Sasquatch: The Legend of Bigfoot & Abominable
On this episode Marcus Pinn from pinnlandempire.com and Jon Cross talk Roscoe's Chicken and Waffles, The Swanky Modes and sexually deviant presidential candidates. Yep it's time for the John Cusack, Tim Robbins comedy Tapeheads!
Listen to Jim Wallace and Jon Cross, two, taken, late 30s, grumpy males discuss Single White Female starring the 1990s, Bridget Fonda and Jennifer Jason Leigh.
Mike White, host of the highly acclaimed The Projection Booth, slums it on The After Movie Diner to talk about Jack Hill's awesome, black n white, existential racing movie Pit Stop (1969).
Jim Wallace joins host Jon Cross in the Skylight Diner on 34th street to talk about the latest horror/thriller from Blumhouse Tilt, The Belko Experiment.