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Top 5 Shark Movies To Watch That Are Not ‘JAWS’
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Top 5 Shark movies

JAWS is my favorite movie of all time and has instilled in me a lifelong affinity for sharks. It also spawned an entire sub genre of “shark movies.” Hollywood and both big- and small-budget filmmakers have been trying to replicate the success of Steven Spielberg’s classic ever since its debut in 1975. This summer is giving shark fans, and especially shark movie fans, a real treat. In late July, the Discovery Channel raked in the ratings with their annual Shark Week. This past Friday, giant shark movie, The Meg, opened in theaters everywhere, and later this month the Sharknado franchise comes to a close with The Last Sharknado: It’s About Time.

Since we’re talking about some upcoming shark movies, let’s take a look at some of the best shark films of all time, and of course I’m not counting JAWS because Spielberg’s classic is untouchable. I will also leave out the underrated JAWS 2 because of the familiar feel to its original. Without further ado, here are the Top 5 Shark Movies That Are NOT JAWS.

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Trailer For ‘Deep Blue Sea 2’ Released
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Deep Blue Sea 2

1999’s Deep Blue Sea is not a good movie. It is, however, considered by many to be a fun and entertaining guilty pleasure. Now, nearly two decades later, a sequel titled Deep Blue Sea 2 is on the way, and it doesn’t appear to be raising the bar at all judging by a recently released trailer. It is a dreaded “straight-to-video” title after all. But hey, if you’re into the aforementioned fun and entertaining guilty pleasure shark flicks, who knows. Maybe it’ll surprise.

You can find more information on the sequel, including a story description and Blu-ray and DVD release date and prices, and check out the trailer below.

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Watch Some Horror Movies In MTV’s ‘Home is Where the Horror Is’ Series
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SlitherTwo weeks ago, MTV began their 7-week “Home is Where the Horror Is” movie series, where a different horror movie will air on MTV every Saturday night at 10pm.

We just wanted to give you all a head’s up that there’s still five more movies to be shown in the coming weeks: Land Of The Dead, The Hills Have Eyes, Slither, Deep Blue Sea, and House Of The Devil.

Watch the trailer for MTV’s limited movie series and check out the complete schedule here below.

Saturday Horror Movies Schedule

27-Feb LAND OF THE DEAD
06-Mar THE HILLS HAVE EYES
13-Mar SLITHER
20-Mar DEEP BLUE SEA
27-Mar HOUSE OF THE DEVIL

[Note, the first two weeks, the network showed HOUSE OF WAX (13-Feb) and THE AMITYVILLE HORROR (20-Feb).]

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