Tue., June 21
WHAT HATH JAWS WROUGHT
Thirty-six years ago a mindless eating machine – a Devil at sea with with a deadly bite - dominated the silver screen. We’re talking about the movie "Jaws." That movie not only instilled an enduring fear of killer sharks, it spawned the summer blockbuster. Never before had a movie done so well in what was typically a dead season for film studios. This hour, with film contributor Garen Daly leading the way, we look at how "Jaws" changed summer cinema and explore whether the summer blockbuster is a good thing or a predatory force that leaves smaller films in its wake.