Jonathan Ross Visits “The Movies That Made Me”

For over 30 years, television host Jonathan Ross has been entertaining viewers in the United Kingdom and across the globe. Best known for his programs The Incredibly Strange Film, Japanorama, his self-titled talk show and the acclaimed documentary In Search of Steve Ditko (in which the life of the reclusive Spider-Man co-creator was explored), Ross truly has his finger on the pulse of popular culture. Which makes him the ideal guest to pop by the podcast The Movies That Made Me.

Coming to the show with his encyclopedic knowledge of films (including obscure cult masterpieces) and a brilliant sense of humor, Ross entertains hosts Josh Olson and Joe Dante as he reflects upon the works that have influenced him as a television presenter and inspired him to be a champion for underground films. More than just a tastemaker and influencer, Jonathan Ross is above all a fan, and his enthusiasm shines through as he discusses a diverse assortment of titles that span from the 1940s to today. You can check out a complete overview of all the releases he mentions at Movies Unlimited’s website. And be sure to listen to the latest episode of The Movies That Made Me for another fascinating journey into the world of film fandom!