Director Dissection is a series of posts highlighting a specific director with the intention of reviewing all of their directorial efforts, while gaining a better understanding of their work as a whole and showcasing their lesser known films. Christopher Nolan, a favorite of mine, is the first in the series and my goal is to get through his […]

Queued Up blog posts are movie reviews of films that I watch through Netflix DVD Home Delivery or on Netflix Watch Instantly. Minority Report is available through Netflix DVD Home Delivery. Minority Report. Dir. Steven Spielberg. Dreamworks and 20th Century Fox, 2002. 145 mins. From 2001 to 2005 Steven Spielberg directed three science-fiction films all based on decades old pieces of literature. 2001’s […]

In anticipation of the start of the super-sized fifth and final season of AMC’s Breaking Bad, Breakinggifs.com has teamed up with Vince Gilligan and co. to provide 16 custom screenprints of scenes and characters from the hit television show. Each poster is designed by a different artist and is released in a one-time edition of 300. Each poster is revealed […]

Queued Up blog posts are movie reviews of films that I watch through Netflix DVD Home Delivery or on Netflix Watch Instantly. X-Men: First Class is available through Netflix DVD Home Delivery. ****This post includes spoilers for X-Men: First Class (Including Images). I couldn’t adequately justify my response to this film without revealing story that may ruin some of the surprise. Major Spoilers in second half of […]

The Pictures in Motion Blog now has a Facebook page. If you like what you see… you know what to do. Pictures in Motion Facebook Page http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aBtYlhNXhh8

Queued Up blog posts are movie reviews of films that I watch through Netflix DVD Home Delivery or on Netflix Watch Instantly. Gosford Park is available on Netflix Watch Instantly. Gosford Park. Dir. Robert Altman. USA Films, 2001. 137 mins. Robert Altman’s Gosford Park, a murder mystery set in the English countryside between World War I and II, takes an ensemble cast full of […]

Every third Saturday of the month the Loft Cinema, located in Tucson, Arizona, has a midnight showing of the 1975  musical cult-classic, The Rocky Horror Picture Show. And while the leather and fishnets will undoubtedly be on hand this Saturday as it is each month, The Loft Cinema has chosen this month to launch their poster series in collaboration […]