Tag Archives: Jaws

Jaws Screening in 500+ Theaters This June For 40th Anniversary


The Steven Spielberg directed Jaws is heading to the big screen again for its 40th anniversary. Fathom Events, in conjunction with Turner Classic Movies, and Universal Pictures, has announced it will be screening Jaws in over 500 theaters on June 21, 2015, with an encore presentation on June 24, 2015. Please upgrade your browser

FearShop.com Horror Podcast: Episode 100: 100th Episode Special

The Exorcist (1973), Jaws (1975), The Thing (1982) and The Omen (1976) are reviewed. This is our 100th episode (not including special editions). To celebrate this momentous occasion, we are discussing some of our favorite films. Since everyone has seen these gems, this episode will have spoilers. Leave a voice mail at 206.309.4787 or email

Happy 81st Birthday to Composer John Williams

Composer John Williams is celebrating his 81st birthday today. He is known for the amazing scores of films like Jaws (1975), Brian De Palma’s The Fury (1978) and Dracula (1979) in the horror genre. Of course, he also scores some other films that you may have heard of before as well – Star Wars, Indiana

Jaws Finally is Coming to Blu-ray this August

Today, as part of their 100th anniversary celebration, Universal Studios announced the long in-demand arrival of Steven Spielberg’s classic JAWS to Blu-ray. Complete with a new restoration and the highly praised, but as-yet-unreleased documentary THE SHARK IS STILL WORKING, JAWS hits August 14 in a Blu combo pack and over four hours of extras. Here’s

Top Ten List from James DePaolo

Here we are again. Here is another guest top ten movie list from none other than our friend James DePaolo from Cinema Head Cheese. To sum James up, he is pretty much awesome, takes his horror seriously and keeps it real. After the list, I will post my thoughts on the list. Let’s see what

Top Ten List – Misfitboy’s Top 10 Horror Films

Here is a new feature that I want to start working on. I want to get friends’ top 10 whatever lists and feature them on this blog. Then, I want to talk about my feelings on their list, but not so much where I feel they are right or wrong. That would be presumptuous, egotistical