I love Steven Spielberg's Jaws. It's infinitely rewatchable and, I think, one of the best films of all time. And though I enjoy the Peter Benchley book which inspired it, I do not think of it as a personal favorite novel. Jaws, perhaps more than any adaption, is the one story that is most often cited as the example where sometimes the movie was better than the book. I wrote a piece at Scriptophobic recently hoping to examine why that is. Check it out!
Writer of horror, science fiction, and dark fantasy. Lover of fiction and film. Lifelong Godzilla fan. Reluctant blogger.
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