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Brave Texans to Enjoy 'Jaws' Screening from Small Lake

Entertainment | Gabe Zaldivar | July 07, 2015

Brave Texans to Enjoy 'Jaws' Screening from Small Lake

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The first time I saw “Jaws” was when I was a kid. And it briefly ended the joy I had of going into the ocean, the pool or any body of water bigger than a sink. Now, the Alamo Drafthouse is hoping to bring that fear back.

CNN’s Karla Cripps reports the Alamo Drafthouse is featuring its second outdoor screening of the classic horror film on Saturday, July 11.

The film will show at the Texas Ski Ranch, which Cripps explains resides conveniently between Austin and San Antonio.

So far that doesn’t sound all that terrifying. We have seen the movie dozens of times and can stand to see it a few more, especially outside.

It’s then that we hear patrons will be watching the flick while floating in water when the fear begins to set in.

We will now forego the bath we had planned after work.

Here’s an ad for the screening, which is part of the production’s much larger Rolling Roadshow events:

As mentioned, July 11 is your last chance to get in on the horrifying good time. Alamo Drafthouse previously screened in a similar manner back on June 27.

As far as we know nobody was eaten by any cunning sharks lurking in the depths.

If you have the stomach for a great movie and what looks to be a tremendous time, you can get more information at the cinema’s official website.

If you miss out on this movie you can always fire up the tablet with your copy of the movie and watch in the comfort of an inexpensive kiddie pool.

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