Images via YouTube. This is a very important distinction to take in as you head into this scene after a two-hour and 18 minute build up to where he potentially meets the murderer. Every viewer is thinking the same thing at this moment: Get the fuck out! You know the drill: A shark comes, slips a fin above some water, cue in the music—da dum, da dum da dum—insert scare. And some of us can still avoid water like our feelings. Enter this one scene with Robert Shaw as shark hunter Quint, who begins to tell the story of his physical scars. He was the only survivor of the bunch.
The opening spoof of The Exorcist featuring a priest with diarrhoea sets the tone. Although it hardly ranks as amusing, original or topical, it's the least repellent bit. Click below to read more reviews of this film:.
Kevin plays a medical student who tries to find out what comes after death by conducting near-death experiments. What more could go wrong? Not even close. Al plays your typical jock who encounters the Creeper with his teammates and a group of cheerleaders. Paul stars as university student Lewis Thomas, who learns the hard way why pranking someone named Rusty Nail is a bad idea.