Welcome to Time On Screen, a new Worn & Wound podcast that focuses on the intersection between watches and movies, covering everything from classics, box office hits, and lesser-known titles that we think are worth discussing. This podcast will be helmed by our editor, and serious movie buff, Zach Kazan. We’re kicking things off with a look at The Abyss, a classic from James Cameron starring Ed Harris, Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio, Michael Biehn, and one killer Citizen Aqualand. In the episode, Zach Kazan and our own Kyle Snarr record their thoughts on the film’s watches, Cameron’s filmography, and what makes for good watch casting in films in general.
We’re so grateful to our friends at Citizen for making this episode possible. Their Promaster collection is built on a century worth of technological research and innovation. The collection represents professional-grade sports watches built for sea, land, and air. Each watch is designed to overcome the elements and empower the wearer to “Go Deeper, Go Further and Go Higher” and the watch casting in The Abyss is a solid representation of that ethos.
To learn more about Citizen Promaster and explore the collection, head to citizenwatch.com.