In this episode of Chick Flicks, McKenzie and Bridget talk about American masculinity, generational trauma, and teenage girl aesthetics in Jaws and House.
Jaws was released in 1975 and directed by a child named Steven Spielberg. It stars a gigantic shark that does not look real enough according to the IMdB review section.
House, released two years later in 1977, is a Japanese film directed by Nobuhiko Obayashi. House was partially inspired by Jaws and owes its creativity to Obayashi’s pre-teen daughter.