Watch out, the cave is flooded and we have been beset by man-eating sharks! We go back to the 70's for two films that took our eternal fascination with these fearsome beasts and try to use that to bring people to the cinemas. We start off with 1975's "Shark's Treasure", which stars the legendary Cornel Wilde who also produced, wrote and directed the film. Essentially a little tale of treasure-hunting adventure in the caribbean, this film packs in a huge amount of subtle, and subversive content. This is a great movie that is filled with surprising turns. We follow that up with 1976's "Mako, The Jaws of Death" from genre filmmaker William Grefé, and starring one of our favorite actors, Richard Jaeckel. It tells a story of a man who has become an ally with sharks and who fights against the humans that are out to exploit and kill them. It is a fun exploitation film with a strong performance from Jaeckel and some truly stunning scenes of shark attacks. We loved both these films and would love to hear what your favorite shark movies are. Please write to us at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org, or you can just post a message on our Facebook page.