Congrats to Richard, who recently sent in a screen shot from “The Exorcist” asking which watch was being worn. It was identified and now he has one on his own wrist!
Some exciting changes around these parts! Like what? Well, like this:
- First off, the site has an updated theme which will lend to some additional functionality and features. The old theme was up for a year and I felt it was time for a change.
- We now have a brand spanking new discussion forum! The site has been missing a proper place to discuss movies and watches that do not have a current post, so now we do. My thanks to PMWF.com for allowing me to host the site on their wonderful platform.
- And yes, the site does now have advertising. A little bit, anyway. I’m not trying to get rich, just off set the cost of hosting, which I have been paying out of my own pocket these past few years. My hope is to be able to add some valued parters to allow viewers to not just see the watches, but to have a trusted place to buy them as well.
That’s all for now. I’m working on a few other things like featured posts (see the sidebar at the right) and a couple other tweaks.
Thanks for visiting and for your participation in the growth of the site!
I was approached back in April by Tracey Llewellyn of QP Magazine who was writing an article on watch placement in movies. Tracey had found the site and asked if I was interested in being interviewed for the article. I graciously accepted and am pleased to say that the (well done) article is now available in Issue 42.
You can read the article in its entirety at the QP Magazine web site simply by registering with the site.
Thank you again, Tracey, for the opportunity to contribute to your article. And welcome to any new fans as a result of the magazine.
Welcome to the biggest and best site on the internet for spotting watches in movies!
This site is meant as a resource for other watch enthusiasts (WIS) like myself who cannot help but to notice watches as they pop on the screen during a movie or television show. As of June 23, 2010, the site has over 750 images from 346 different titles and we are adding more every week.
This site would not exist without the help of my WIS friends. If you have a screen shot of a watch from a movie or TV show you would like to submt, please head over to and read the Submit page for a how-to (please note the new guidelines). Your submission will be added to the site with you credited as the submitter.
Comments are enabled on the site so browse around and feel free to contribute. There is a large number of unknown watches in the list, so take a look and see if you can fill in some blanks.
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