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Jaws (1975) - Updated

Alfred Hitchcock once was quoted as saying in typical Hitchcockian fashion, “There is no terror in the bang, only in the anticipation of it.” A young Steven Spielberg channeled this type of sentiment when he directed the smash hit and archetypal summer blockbuster Jaws in 1975. 626 more words

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A review of Zipper (2015)

By David M. Farrington

David ‘n the Dark Rating: 3/10

While I was watching Zipper, the newest Patrick Wilson thriller to open in theaters, my mind kept drifting back to the Bill Clinton/Monica Lewinski scandal.  1,507 more words


ZIPPER starts Friday, Aug. 28

A federal prosecutor (Patrick Wilson) on the fast track to political success risks his promising career and family life to indulge the ever-obsessive impulses of his secret addiction to escorts. 47 more words


Flashback Friday-Jaws (1975)

The best horror films in my mind, are not the blood and guts movies. They are the ones when the audience cannot see the villain, but they knew he/she/it is in the scene and all you know what is about to break loose. 231 more words


Stand By Me

Morning, everyone. How’d we all sleep? Good? Kinda good? Not so good? That’s okay, we have another shot at it tonight. This morning, I have for you,  556 more words


High Hat Film Podcast/Episode 29/Hall of Fame:- Jaws

Just when you thought it was safe to go back on iTunes, it’s another episode of the High Hat Film Podcast. This week Dan Lovley makes a case for why Steven Spielberg’s Jaws should be inducted into the Hall of Fame. 62 more words