Just when you thought it was safe to jump back into our comments section, a surprise guest showed up. He’s big, white and has a taste for blood. Yes, it’s Shark Week around the world and Universal has appropriately timed the release of Jaws on Blu-ray with the celebration of all the reasons why I didn’t like swimming in the deep end of the pool as a teenageradult child. Here at FSR, we’re having a celebration of our own. To our beloved readers, those of you who survive the summer, we would like to present an excellent Jaws-themed giveaway. So Jaws-themed that we’re going to give you the Spielbergian terror on Blu-ray and a sweet bottle opener that will allow you to enjoy our Jaws drinking game with your favorite brew (or soda). All you have to do is play our little game…
To Enter: Swim down into the comments section and answer the following question: The Jaws franchise not only became legend with the first film, it was a pioneer in the realm of “sequel mania,” including a 3-D sequel and two others. It’s safe to assume that another film, be it reboot or sequel, will come our way before our lifetime is over. So we’d like to get your pitch for the next film in the Jaws franchise. Jaws on Mars (topical)? The Lost Quint Prequel? Give us your best pitch in the comments below.
Five (5) lucky winners will receive a copy of Jaws on Blu-ray and a fancy Jaws bottle opener keychain, both pictured below.
For those who aren’t quite sold on the Jaws Blu-ray release, check out this featurette about the film’s restoration process. It’s incredible.
Fine Print: Winners must be over the age of 18 and have a valid mailing address. Winners will be chosen on August 18 and contacted directly shortly thereafter.
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