Free Outdoor Screening!


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Sunday, September 6 at 7:30pm | FREE ADMISSION | premium “kiddie pool inner tube” seating (LIMITED AVAILABILITY) General: $8 • Loft Members: $6

The Wilson’s Kettle Corn Food Truck will be on hand popping fresh, gourmet kettle corn!

Celebrate the 40th Anniversary of the greatest summer fright flick of all-time at this very special outdoor screening in The Loft parking lot! Get ready for Jaws to terrorize you all over again on The Loft’s giant new 30 ft. inflatable screen with killer sound and projection that will make you glad you’re nowhere near the ocean. A limited amount of free land-locked seating will be provided, and a limited number of water-filled kiddie pools with complimentary inner tubes will be available to purchase, for those who want the total Jaws experience (two people per pool)! PLEASE bring your own lawn chairs or inflatable pool toys to ensure that you’ll have comfortable seating. Just when you thought it was safe to go to The Loft…

“When it comes to thrillers, no movie has been able to top Jaws, although many have tried. And, as the years go by, it seems increasingly unlikely that anything will come close.” – James Berardinelli, Reel Views

Everybody out of the water! When a bloodthirsty great white shark starts chowing down on the summer tourists off Amity Island, it’s up to local police chief Martin Brody to hunt down the deadly underwater menace and send it packing to that great fish fry in the sky. Steven Spielberg’s expertly-crafted rollercoaster ride of a monster movie not only changed our swimming habits (after seeing this movie, who could possibly dip a toe into the ocean without hearing, just for second, those two ominous musical notes?), it also redefined our summer movie-going habits by creating, in one fell swoop, the “summer blockbuster” as we know it today. A true Hollywood classic from a time when fun popcorn entertainment could also be smart, stylish and scary, Jaws has everything you need in a movie: kids in danger, drunken sea shanties, mass panic on the beach and Richard Dreyfus in a cage. Also starring Roy Scheider and Robert Shaw. (Dir. by Steven Spielberg, 1975, USA, 124 mins., Rated PG)