First July 4th Review
The original post on my Movie A Day Project on the Summer films of the 1970s.
The only sequel worth bothering to watch. Not a great film but not an embarrassment like the others.
|OK, this is not fan art but it was cool.|
Video Preview of a Book Gift for Amanda's Birthday
This is an Ad for a great book, that was way too expensive, but with which I indulged my youngest child.
Robert Shaw Film Festival Jaws
During a week long project on some Robert Shaw films, I go off on the neglect by the Academy of this magnificent performance.
Roy Scheider gets Props for Jaws
I felt a little guilty all these years not mentioning the fine work of the lead of this film, here I try to correct that oversight.
Epic Vlog Link on a Screen of Jaws
You have to have some time to enjoy this. It's like a podcast with video and a couple of clips thrown in. One of the most fun projects I've done for the blog.
Jaws Diorama Picture
Random Crap on the Internet that I shared.
Getting the Jaws Log Signed
A story about meeting the Screenwriter and getting my book signed. Wow, am I geeking out or what?
|OK, This is also not fan art, it is an Ad.|
Steven Spielberg Directing Actors
Jaws is mentioned in this post that I did for a blogathon last year.
Moments Without the Shark
Last weeks list of moments that remind you that there is a shark in the story. View it on the Blogspot version of the site to be able to see all the video clips.
Robert Shaw and Brian Keith get Mugged
Another post where I rant about the neglect of Robert Shaw by those people who gave awards out in 1975. This was for a blogathon done in conjunction with this years Academy Awards.
40th Anniversary Links
10 Scenes Without the Shark that remind you there is a Shark.
|Inside the Crest Theater Waiting for a Screening|
Tee Shirt Marketing Lives
OTHER BloggersHere is some work on the subject from others that I admire.
Best Movie Ever
The genetic recipient of my disease shares her views on the movie.
Best Scene Ever
The Indianapolis monologue, treated with respect. This is from the only person I know who is a bigger fanatic than I am about the movie. She used the "Indianapolis" monologue as part of her admission essay to U.S.C..
The Following is a Poem by my On line buddy Eric. I love the creativity and the courage it takes to put your voice out there in this form.
Look to the Summer of 1975
All of the ocean will come alive
Look to the water for the great white fin
And you’ll know what sort of trouble you’re in
Look at the shark’s eyes, lifeless and black
Look at the shoreline ahead and know you’ll never get back
Try to swim, try to scream, try to pray
The great beast just won’t go away
Close your eyes and hold your breath
And await the mighty jaws of death
But when you do open your eyes, that’s when you’ll know
It was all on the movie screen, just for show
So thank you Steven and Peter for forty years of great fun
‘Cause when it comes to summer blockbusters, JAWS is still the best one!
From "And So it Begins" a fellow blogger who is also a film maker, shares some notes on our feature.
I've read Alex's blog for two or three years. He is very sharp and well versed on movie techniques. I liked what he had to say here.
This is a link to a link, I reblogged it on my site when Fogs put up the article. Dan Fogarty did a series of posts he titled "Movies Everyone Must See", this is his work on Jaws and I'm happy to share his efforts with you.
Finally, I came across this epic post which has data and interviews galore and may be my new favorite past time. If you read any post other than mine, this should be it.
Happy Clicking everyone.