Post Tagged with: “Jaws”

From the Jaws of Death – Revisiting USS Indianapolis: Men of Courage

From the Jaws of Death – Revisiting USS Indianapolis: Men of Courage

Nicolas Cage gets in on a shark-infested true-life tale in this DTV hogwash. Cal gives it his usual perspective. 

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REVIEW: Poltergeist (2015)

REVIEW: Poltergeist (2015)

Liam finally catches up with a remake they should have buried under the patio. 

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Long in the Tooth: Celebrating 40 Years of Jaws

Long in the Tooth: Celebrating 40 Years of Jaws

Are you still afraid to go in the water? 

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Top 10 Movie Posters

Top 10 Movie Posters

John picks some cinematic “one-sheets” that are really damn hard to beat. No, they’re not all by Drew Struzan. 

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Something in the Water: Revisiting Deep Blue Sea

Something in the Water: Revisiting Deep Blue Sea

Cal sails the perilous seas with Renny Harlin’s ridiculous super-shark opus. Does it hold up better than expected? 

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PODCAST: Dylan & Dave Squabble On #3: “No Country for Old Jaws”

PODCAST: Dylan & Dave Squabble On #3: “No Country for Old Jaws”

Dylan doesn’t like the Coen Brothers. Dave doesn’t like David Lynch. There’s only one way we can sort this out… PODCAST! Along the way, they also discuss “overrated” movies such as Jaws. Surely not?

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KINGDOM OF HORROR #2: Cujo (1983)

KINGDOM OF HORROR #2: Cujo (1983)

Does Stephen King’s infamous mutt still have teeth? Cal gives the adaptation a revisit. 

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CREATURE FEATURES #3: Deep Rising (1998)

CREATURE FEATURES #3: Deep Rising (1998)

The director of The Mummy started here with this sea-swept monster yarn. Anyone remember Treat Williams? 

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CREATURE FEATURES #2: Godzilla (1998)

CREATURE FEATURES #2: Godzilla (1998)

The classic Gojira gets an American makeover in Roland Emmerich’s big, dumb and fun (?) monster mash. 

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CULT CORNER #40: Chasing Amy (1997)

CULT CORNER #40: Chasing Amy (1997)

Kevin Smith reveals a more mature side in this hilarious relationship drama. 

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