We present a detailed recipe for making movies from multi-epoch radio observations of astronomical sources. Images are interpolated linearly in time to create a smooth succession of frames so that a continuous movie can be compiled. Here, we outline the procedure, and draw attention to specific details necessary for making a successful movie. In particular, we discuss the issues pertaining specifically to making polarization movies. The procedure described here has been implemented into scripts in NRAO's AIPS package (Brandeis AIPS Movie Maker -- BAMM) that are available for public use (http://www.astro.brandeis.edu).