1983, Universal, 99 min, USA, Dir: Joe Alves

The Brody family is back in the third installment of the JAWS series, starring Dennis Quaid and Bess Armstrong. This time out, police chief Brody’s son is all grown up and ready to marry a killer whale biologist when an undersea exhibit opens at the local Sea World resort and a great white shark sneaks in. As Quaid, Armstrong and crew deal with the ensuing havoc, they soon realize the situation is even more dangerous than they thought. The 3-D cinematography gets the audience closer to the action than they’ve ever been, from waterskiing human pyramids to a realistic and terrifying wave of destruction.

1999, Warner Bros., 105 min, USA, Dir: Renny Harlin

In this terrifying adventure, what was once a peaceful underwater research facility becomes a deadly feeding ground for a frenzy of great white sharks. But these killer fish are no ordinary great whites - these are hyper-intelligent sharks genetically engineered by a group of careless scientists. As the super-species begins to breach the laboratory and make their way to the surface, the researchers must fight to survive and stop the sharks from reaching open water and entering the ecosystem. With a stellar cast including Thomas Jane, Saffron Burrows, Samuel L. Jackson, Stellan Skarsgård and LL Cool J.

1983, 89 min, USA, Dir: Worth Keeter

Never have canines looked more vicious and terrifying than in this cult horror favorite, a brutal creature feature where the blood and animal maulings are amplified through glorious 3-D! When a pack of Rottweilers is trained as killing machines by the U.S. military, little is done to stop them from escaping and wreaking havoc on the peaceful town of Lake Lure. As the body count multiplies, the community’s only hope to stop the bloodshed is Sheriff Hank Williams (Earl Owensby) and his small band of deputies.

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