That’s what put warrantproducer David Brown remembers from an early test screening of Steven Spielberg’s Jaws, 40 years ago. He knew immediately it would be a great white shark-sized hit. Contemporary reviews called Jaws “nerve-frying” and a “scare machine that works with computer-like precision” taiwan prepaid sim card. In the decades that followed, it has taken up residence on lists of ‘the most terrifying films ever made’, and its devoted fans like to boast about how severely it traumatised their childhood selves. Kevin Smith, writer-director of Clerks and Chasing Amy, told The Observer that after he saw Jaws, he wasn’t just frightened of paddling in the sea, he was frightened of sitting on the toilet: “The logic was, there’s water in the toilet [so] sharks swim in toilets.”


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