Exclusive Video Interview: Co-Writer & Co-Star Carl Gottlieb Discusses Jaws' Legacy, New Book and More
If there's one man who knows the most about Jaws and its enduring legacy, even more so than director Steven Spielberg, it has to be Carl Gottlieb.
The Internet doesn't need another "Jaws The Revenge is a terrible movie!" column, does it? Attacking the third sequel to Steven Spielberg's timeless masterpiece is like shooting bluefish in a barrel: unchallenging and pointless.
Some truly sad news for the start of this weekend: Legendary Hollywood producer Richard D. Zanuck has passed away at the age of 77.
If you happen to live in the Chicago-area and call yourself a horror fan, it's probably best to just go ahead and clear your plans for next weekend as what we're about to tell you has to be infinitely cooler than anything you already have going on.
If you want to stay alive, then ante up. If you want to play it cheap, be on welfare the whole winter. I don't want no volunteers, I don't want no mates, there's just too many captains on this island. $10,000 for me by myself. For that you get the head, the tail, the whole damn thing.
The thing about a shark... he's got lifeless eyes. Black eyes. Like a doll's eyes. When he comes at ya, doesn't seem to be living... until he bites ya, and those black eyes roll over white and then... ah then you hear that terrible high-pitched screamin'. The ocean turns red, and despite all the poundin' and the hollerin', they all come in and they... rip you to pieces.
Sharks, dogs, rats, snakes, even earthworms. Any one of them (being big enough, or with enough of their friends) can kill you dead…quickly. The animal world is pretty much a bastard with big teeth and an insatiable appetite waiting to eat whatever lesser life form comes across its path. Piranha 3DD is the newest reminder of that.
We've waited patiently. The barrels have popped up in the distance. A huge fin is speeding at us like a torpedo. The original classic film Jaws is headed to Blu-ray. Smile, you sonovabitch!
The free community activities taking place during the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival have been announced, including one of the most popular components of the annual event: the Tribeca Drive-In. This year two of the films being screened are beloved genre classics.
Remember watching "The Body" episode of "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" and how genuinely disturbing it was seeing Joyce laying lifeless, sprawled out on the couch? Time stopped. Sickness crept into your stomach as sadness completely poured over you. Yeah, that's just about where we are right now.
Universal is celebrating its 100th anniversary in 2012 and will commemorate its centennial with a yearlong celebration honoring the studio’s rich film history and cultural legacy, which, as every horror fan knows, includes a plethora of genre films. A significant element of the centennial includes the extensive restoration of 13 of the studio’s most beloved titles, 6 of which are near and dear to our hearts.
Words alone cannot fully express to you how long I've been hoping to write this news story. If there's one thing that Blu-ray has been missing, it's a nearly thirty-foot aquatic eating machine with rows and rows of razor sharp teeth. Oh,mand some classic monster movies. Looks like all that is about to change.
Words alone cannot express how deeply saddened and infuriated we are right now. News has come forth out of Florida that Universal Orlando is closing its classic Jaws: The Ride to make way for a new attraction.
Here it is, folks. The news that will be having our very own Buz Wallick masturbating until the product is in his hands ... word has come directly from Steven Spielberg regarding one of his classics hitting Blu-ray high definition. During an interview with AICN, Spielberg dropped the following news on chum-hungry fans ...
The new book JAWS: Memories from Martha's Vineyard promises to provide an unprecedented all-access pass to the creation of some of the most memorable and terrifying scenes in motion picture history. Movie buffs, special effects enthusiasts, and fans of the watershed film should all thrill in this definitive volume’s special features.