About

I think I watch a lot of movies. New and old. Probably not as many as a movie journalist, but more than most of my friends, unless there's something I don't know.

Stats for New Movies Watched


Excludes movies I've watched before

  • 2011: 141 movies
  • 2010: 179 movies
  • 2004 - 2009: 446 movies

I used to use Twitter or mobile phone apps to rate and share movies I'd watch. I just didn't feel like I was giving credit where it was due in 140 characters or sharing a link to an site with other peoples reviews. I also wanted to share my thoughts and recommendations with friends on what I was watching, so I decided to start this blog.

It's hard work consistently pushing out content on a weekly basis. I try to do at least 3 new movie reviews/lists a week, along with some new trailers and the odd bit of news. I'm no word-smith but movies are something I'm passionate about, and I'm enjoying it!

I hope you are too
Steve

Disclaimer: The opinions of the movies I review are those of my own and are not in any way representative of the view of any business or company that I work for.

Feel free to leave a comment below, recommendations for the site or movies you think I should watch & review

3 comments:

  1. Hey!

    Nick from www.cinekatz.com here. Doing some scout work for the LAMB. We're wanting to make an email newsletter for community features as well as a list we're making similar to Sight & Sound's best movies of all time list. Just need an email! Email me at npowe131 at gmail.com

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  2. Dan Zukovic's "THE LAST BIG THING", called the "best unknown American film of the 1990's in the film book "Defining Moments in Movies" (Editor: Chris Fujiwara), was recently released on DVD and Netflix by Vanguard Cinema (http://www.vanguardcinema.com/thelastbigthing/thelastbigthing.htm), and is currently debuting on Cable Video On Demand, including Fandor and snagfilms. Featuring an important early role by 2011 Best Supporting Actor Oscar Nominee Mark Ruffalo ("The Avengers", "Shutter Island", "The Kids Are Alright"), "THE LAST BIG THING" had a US theatrical release in 1998, and gained a cult following over several years of screenings on the Showtime Networks. 
                                                                                                                                                          
     TRAILER: http://www.imdb.com/video/screenplay/vi856622873/
     
    "A distinctly brilliant and original work." Kevin Thomas - Los Angeles Times
    "A satire whose sharpest moments echo the tone of a Nathaniel West novel...Nasty Fun!"
    Stephen Holden - New York Times
    "One of the cleverest recent satires on contemporary Los Angeles...a very funny sleeper!"
    Michael Wilmington - Chicago Tribune
    "One of the few truly original low budget comedies of recent years." John Hartl - Seattle Times
    "'The Last Big Thing' is freakin' hilarious! The most important and overlooked indie film
    of the 1990's!" Chris Gore - Film Threat
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

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  3. Hi Watch A Lot,

    I wanted to reach out to you regarding a cool collaboration our networks wanted to propose... We want to team up with movie critics, movie bloggers, and movie fans!

    We are the Movie & Music Network - a site similar to Netflix ... Except our content is all about the classics throughout time! Everything from cult epics, terror, science fiction, and more! We've got the best of the best.

    Our sister network is the 99 Cent Network - a site dedicated to the movie collector. For 99 cents you can buy three movies, and begin building a library. Share these movies with friends FREE! How cool, right?

    We would LOVE to team up with you and your blog in social media promotion, giveaways to your readers, movie reviews, and overall ... A great relationship! Firstly, let us offer you FREE access to our networks - as a thank you for teaming up and spreading the word .. We will do the same.

    I hope we can chat about some future opportunities ... Let's make a splash in the online conversation of cinema!

    Sonia
    sonia@movieandmusicnetwork.com

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