[Something More]

The Story of Rosie the Shark

I love sharks; they’re a big deal for me. I saw JAWS at a very young age (around 5-years-old or so), and it’s been deeply embedded in my dreams, my nightmares, and my waking thoughts ever since. It’s perhaps not a full-blown obsession, but definitely a fascination. I’m intrigued by both mechanical sharks and real

[Guest Posts]

Why Doesn’t Open Water Get the Respect it Deserves?

I just rewatched Open Water, and felt like talking about how great and underappreciated I think it is. How anyone can watch this movie and not find it to be wholly terrifying is beyond me, yet it holds a sad 32% audience score on Rotten Tomatoes (despite having a much more respectable 72% on the



This article is a long, long, long time coming now. JAWS (1975) is one of my all-time favorite films, but more so, has left a deep psychological mark on me. I first saw JAWS at a very young age and it almost immediately drove a fascination and fear of sharks into me that would last

[Bite-sized Horror]

Hunting Bruce (Shark from JAWS)

NPR, back in 2010, posted a wonderfully nostalgic article about whatever happened to the mechanical shark(s) from the original JAWS film? I have a minor obsession with the whole thing myself. So, what I’ve been continuing to wonder, is whatever happened to the sharks from parts 2, 3, and 4 as well? If anyone has