All in The After Movie Diner
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…
Our intrepid hosts Jon Cross and Jim Wallace sit down to eat fried junk and talk Stephen Merchant's Fighting with my Family, the true story of Paige, the WWE wrestler, starring Florence Pugh, Jack Lowden, Nick Frost, Lena Headey, Dwayne Johnson and Vince Vaughn.
Jon Cross and Jim Wallace talk Peter Weller interviews, finding positivity on social media by sharing this very show and new young adult, sci-fi blockbuster Alita: Battle Angel from James Cameron and Robert Rodriguez.
Jon Cross and Jim Wallace talk about Glass and M Night Shyamalan's Unbreakable trilogy Starring Bruce Willis, James McAvoy and Samuel L Jackson.
Jon Cross and Jim Wallace talk Hitler killing, Bigfoot killing, moustaches, cool cars, pathos, politics, practical effects and passion when they review The Man Who Killed Hitler and then The Bigfoot. Currently my movie of 2019 with nothing on the horizon look set to beat it.
Our plucky hosts, Jon Cross & Jim Wallace wrestle with the David Bowie starring, 70s cult classic, Nicolas Roeg’s The Man Who Fell To Earth, what works today, what doesn’t, the difference between arty and just plain crap and putting a fried egg on everything!
Walk outs, poor reviews and twitter outrage - all for a silly comedy starring Will Ferrell and John C Reilly - it appears that, even during the supposed season of good will, nobody has any left for Holmes & Watson… Except maybe two British loud mouths in a New York diner…
Host Jon Cross, for our New Year’s special, is joined by Moe Porne, Doc Paul Crowson and Andrew Buckley to talk the career of John Ritter.
Our intrepid hosts Jon Cross and Jim Wallace find themselves in a bistro mistakenly named The Harold discussing Mary Poppins for reasons of Christmas or something… Listen ont…
Jim Wallace and Jon Cross talk Mortal Engines while being bombarded by sounds, surrounded by strange people and with a weird preponderance of bodily functions and fluids. Enjoy.
Jim Wallace and Jon Cross talk nazi zombie film Overlord, Netflix’s Apostle, getting older, being grumpy and lots more!
We talk the new Gerard Butler, submarine set, action thriller, Hunter Killer and we make a surprising discovery! We also delve into our horror/Halloween viewing - including Urban Legends, Bloody Birthday, The Boogey Man and The Last Horror Film.
This week we return with a slash and manage to squeeze our Halloween episode just in under the wire. Jim Wallace and Jon Cross talk Halloween 2018 and we play the new rockin' sounds of the new album from The Big Heist, MO75!
Returning champion, Motern Media’s Matt Farley joins host Jon Cross to talk Miscellaneous Plumbing Fixtures album "Former Glory" and the 80s Dan Aykroyd & Chevy Chase buddy, road movie Spies Like Us.
Destined to be the podcast that reviews the movies you either don’t want to see, haven’t seen or no one else is talking about, our intrepid hosts go and see R rated puppet noir comedy, The Happytime Murders…
A bloated budget, an international cast headed by The Stath and a plot that sounds like it was ripped from the notes at a SYFY Channel Producer's brainstorm - the surprise hit of the summer? we are finally taking on The Meg!
Jon Cross and Jim Wallace, dastardly denizens of the New York City diner, are back discussing one last Hammer Horror film - Vampire Circus from 1972.