The Castro Theatre has an inspired double feature on Sunday, Oct. 8, pairing “Jaws” with “Creature From the Black Lagoon.” The movies have a lot of differences. “Jaws” was made in 1977, and uses realism and a tension-building style of filmmaking by Steven Spielberg to mine scares. “Creature” is from 1954, and has a campier vibe (it’s in 3-D!), with a gilled humanoid falling for a beautiful woman in a tight bathing suit. But the movies make sense together, even beyond their sea monster themes. Both were made by crowd-pleasing filmmakers, who understood their audiences perhaps even more than their craft. The Castro is playing the restored “Creature” with sharper 3-D.
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