The free cult film event will kick off with an advanced screening of Jo Nesbo's Scandinavian thriller Headhunters at London's Saatchi Gallery on March 21.
Headhunters, which opens in UK cinemas on April 6, will be the first in Jameson's 'Future Cult' strand and feature a post-screen Q&A with the cast and filmmakers.
The movie, based on the novel by Norwegian writer Jo Nesbo, centres on an accomplished headhunter who risks everything to steal a valuable painting
Goode told Digital Spy of his new role as Jameson's cult film ambassador: "It's in its fourth year and they came and asked, and I actually hadn't been to any of the events before but I just loved the sound of it and obviously I'll be going to them this year.
"It's just a little bit different and exciting and obviously Jameson has been a champion of cinema… it's difficult to say 'this is going to be a cult film' immediately but it's really championed independent film, which is obviously quite close to my heart."
The next Jameson Cult Film Club event will be in Birmingham on March 6 with a special screening of Back to the Future.
The city's Town Hall will host a recreation of the '80s movie's Enchantment Under the Sea dance as guests relive 1955, the year Marty McFly (Michael J Fox) returned to in his time travelling DeLorean.
The Jameson Cult Film Club has previously screened classics such as The Birds, The Usual Suspects, Dracula and Donnie Darko.