Jaws (1975 movie)

Jaws Lego Ideas

Photos of Lego’s Upcoming ‘Jaws’ Set Leak: Price and Official Release Date Revealed

Lego fans are going to need a bigger (brick) boat! And bigger shelves!

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I Really Want to Play That ‘Killer Shark’ Arcade Game Shown in ‘Jaws’

A brief scene in Steven Spielberg’s classic 1975 thriller ‘Jaws’ shows a kid at a beachfront arcade playing an early ’70s ‘electro-mechanical’ game called ‘Killer Shark’ that still looks pretty cool.

black-and-white archival 1975 photo of music producer Dickie Goodman, standing and holding a bottle of champagne (in his right hand) up to the mouth of a stuffed toy shark in his left hand and smiling in a promo shot for the success of his novelty song

Re-Listening to Dickie Goodman’s 1975 Novelty Hit ‘Mr. Jaws’

Released in Fall 1975, a few months after the blockbuster Jaws hit theaters, ‘Mr. Jaws’ was a spoken-word comedy record parodying the film that drew its humor from the ‘break-in’ technique of sampling lyrics from other popular songs.

screenshot from the 1975 movie

‘The Pier Incident’ Is the Scariest Scene in ‘Jaws’

Steven Spielberg’s classic 1975 thriller Jaws is filled with suspenseful and scary moments, but the most terrifying one of all comes in a scene where a potential shark victim actually gets away.

JAWS, scene, Susan Backlinie, 1975

Remembering ‘Jaws’ Actress Susan Backlinie

The former stuntwoman recently passed away, we talked with her in 2023 about that opening scene of ‘Jaws.’

image from the 1992 Oscar ceremony picturing, from left to right, Anthony Hopkins, Jodie Foster and Jonathan Demme, each holding the Oscar award they won for

Horror Movies at the Oscars

Historically, horror movies may not have gotten a lot of love from the Academy Awards, but there have been notable occasions when entries in this genre have at least been nominated and even had major wins.

JAWS, key art, 1975

‘Jaws’ Movie Poster Artist, Roger Kastel, Dies at 92

He created that iconic book cover turned movie poster.

JAWS, 1975

Nostalgic Films Getting Their Own Broadway Musicals (‘Jaws’ Has One…)

Some of these are wild!

special effects image of a great white shark from the 1983 movie

The ‘Jaws’ Franchise Jumped the Shark With ‘Jaws 3-D’

Released to theaters in 1983 and capitalizing on the early ’80s revival of 3-D movies, this second ‘Jaws’ sequel is pretty ridiculous in 2-D, too (and still not the worst entry in the franchise).

shot from the shark documentary

Watch the Film That Led Off Discovery’s First Shark Week in 1988

Caged in Fear, which aired July 17, 1988, during Discovery Channel’s first Shark Week, set the tone well for this long-running programming event, and is as gripping and fascinating as any of the films that have come over Shark Week’s next three-plus decades.

SUMMER RENTAL, John Candy, 1985.

The Best Classic Hits of Summer Cinema

Get some popcorn and settle in with some of these summer themed movies.

JAWS, 1975

‘Jaws’ Swam Into Movie Theaters in June 1975 & We Are Still Afraid of the Water

On June 21, 1975 we got out of the water as ‘Jaws’ was one of the truly great summer blockbusters.

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Back in the Water With ‘Jaws 2’ 45 Years Later

The 1978 follow-up to Steven Spielberg’s 1975 classic was certainly unnecessary, but isn’t as bad as some may think — especially when compared with the Jaws entries that followed.