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Jaws

  1. Minimalist Movie Posters, Made With Simple Sheets Of Paper

    Get on my wall.

    It feels almost unnecessary to write anything about artwork that manages to say so much with so little. My hat is off to the folks at Spanish design studio Atipo, who have proven the old adage about pictures being worth a thousand words.

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  2. Jaws Works Surprisingly Well With The Godzilla Trailer Audio

    Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the nuclear power plant.

    I don't think anybody in Amity Island was really worried that a giant shark was going to "send them back to the Stone Age," but if we're going to keep on with the new trend of putting 2014's Godzilla trailer audio over video from other scary movies, then Jaws is obviously a good one to work with.

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  3. Show Your Love For Sharks With LEGO CUUSOO Jaws Set

    What do you say when a shark grabs your leg? (Think about it.)

    I would not mind having it within my ability to recreate the goriest showdown in the world's best shark movie wherever and whenever I please. Thankfully a LEGO CUUSOO JAWS: Orca's Last Stand set might be dunun-duning into reality soon--but first the creator will need a bigger fan base to make it happen.

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  4. An Empassioned Fan’s Plea: Make Fifteen Jaws Movies to Maintain Back to the Future‘s Accuracy

    Great Scott!

    In case you don't remember, Back to the Future II contains a memorable scene where a dazzled Marty McFly, visiting the year 2015, is overwhelmed by a holographic advertisement for Jaws XIX, the 18th sequel to Steven Spielberg's Jaws. But, as Tumblrer Ctrayn points out, there are only four Jaws movies, which means movie studios have only six hundred and thirty two days to keep Back to the Future II from having a singular glaring continuity error. What? I'm sure the rest of the movie will turn out to be entirely accurate. Obviously, it's time to take things into our own hands, and if you'd like to join the mission of producing fifteen feature length Jaws "sequels," you should check this post on Tumblr, where folks have already shown enthusiasm for the project to the tune of more than 22 thousand notes. And, as Ctrayn says, "Even if your film is 40 straight minutes of a rubber shark floating quietly in a bathtub... it is still probably a more entertaining watch than Jaws: the Revenge." Previously in Sharks

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  5. Weird Safe Sex PSA Reminds Us That Condoms Are No Good for Stopping Daleks or Jaws [Video]

    Let's just hope Doctor Who writers don't see this as some kind of weird dare.

    We're imagining that there's either some kind of geek STD outbreak in the UK, or they're just tired of geeks making so many little geeks, because their Centre for HIV and Sexual Health has put out a geek-centric PSA about proper condom use. To be fair, we'd definitely have paid more attention if sex education involved Daleks and the Hulk.

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  6. #CrushItLikeQuint With Jaws Beer Can Re-Release

    Here's to swimmin' with bowlegged women.

    We tend to focus more on sci-fi and fantasy movies here at Geekosystem, but any film geek will tell you it doesn't get much better than Jaws. To celebrate how great Jaws is, and how great Shark Week used to be, the Narragansett Brewery re-released the can famously crushed by Quint the film. Oh, show me the way to go home...

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  7. We’re Going to Need a Bigger Triangle: Minimalist Posters for Jaws, Star Wars, and More

    eye candy

    Michal Krasnopolski decided to see how many movie posters he could recognizably design using only the lines in this template. The results are pretty impressive.

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  8. The Muppets as Characters in The Walking Dead, The Lord of the Rings, Other Less Than Kid-Friendly Movies and TV Shows

    it's time to play the music

    Now I'm imagining what Kermit could do with Legolas' dialogue. "They're taking the Hobbits to… gulp… Isengard." (by Kenny Durkin, via Laughing Squid)

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  9. Things We Saw Today: Montreal, From Space

    Things We Saw Today

    Colonel Chris Hadfield has a tumblr where he posts pictures taken from his current home. His current home is the International Space Station.

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  10. To Celebrate The End of Shark Week, Here’s The Best/Worst Hollywood Shark Attacks

    Offered Without Comment

    Because you need more sharks in your life. (via The High Definite)

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