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The After Movie Diner

The After Movie Diner


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Comedy, Movies & Music steeped in Americana and silliness. Two friends discuss genre films with knowledge, passion and a unique sense of humour. There's no other podcast like this!

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This week Jon Cross and Jim Wallace are talking about the latest entry into the, now rather bloated, sub-genre of Nazi zombie films (itself an offshoot of the genre Nazisploitation), Overlord from Director Julius Avery and Producer J.J. Abrams.... more

This week we talk the new Gerard Butler, submarine set, action thriller, Hunter Killer, co-starring Gary Oldman and Common and we make a surprising and podcast world shattering discovery! We also spend a little time delving into our... more

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 Big Heist and their new album MO75! We... more

Marvelous Matt Farley of Motern Media fame joins Jon Cross to talk Miscellaneous Plumbing Fixtures album "Former Glory" and the 80s Dan Aykroyd & Chevy Chase buddy road movie Spies Like Us. Matt and Jon discuss the... more

Yes it got rotten reviews but Jim Wallace and Jon Cross were intrigued enough by Brian Henson's R Rated puppet comedy noir, The Happytime Murders starring Melissa McCarthy and Maya Rudolph to go check it out. Was it worth the... more

With a bloated budget, an international cast headed by, none other than, The Stath and a plot that sounds like it was ripped from the notes at a SYFY Channel Producer's brainstorm, Jon Cross and Jim Wallace take in The Meg! Can a film... more

So here it is, we have come to the end of Hammer Horror month and what better way to end it but to run off to the circus... the Vampire Circus that is! Usual hosts Jon Cross and Jim Wallace slink on down into another grubby diner booth... more

It's the third episode of our Hammer Horror series of podcasts and hosts Jim Wallace and Jon Cross are discussing bad bat puppets, problematic day for night shots, repetitive pub scenes, the bizarrely named female characters, some... more

Jim Wallace and Jon Cross are out and about in the city of New York yet again discussing Hammer Horror Films. This week they talk Peter Cushing as the titular baron in The Evil of Frankenstein. They talk dodgy accents, Roger Moore... more

Jon Cross and Jim Wallace start a month long dive into Hammer Horror films with their 1957 film The Abominable Snowman. We get a fantastic email from Dr.Fuzz, we talk the wonder that is The Abominable Snowman, the nature and... more

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