On the big screen that is. This was the one movie I've waited my whole life to see in a movie theater. When it first came out in 1975 I was 8 years old and despite my begging and pleading my Mom would not take me for fear i would have nightmares. Last August it showed at my local Cinemark but unfortunately I was out of town on vaction so I missed it. I thought I'd never have the chance again. Then I noticed Cinemark was playing it again this year (along with Raiders, E.T. and Schindler's list). I told my wife, "nothing's keeping me away from seeing it this time!" It was everything I hoped it would be. This is one of those movies that needs to be seen on the big screen. I'm guessing the bluray was shown and I noticed that some shots were soft/a little out of focus while other shots crisp and clear. Anyways, I really enjoyed it. I took my daughter and even though she had seen Jaws before she still jumped at a few scenes (especially the Ben Gardner head scene). Also I've always wondered this but have never asked and maybe someone can answer this. The shot where Brody is saying "The wire's showing, the wire's showing!" right next to Brody's head there is a blurry area like a vasoline smear or something. Has anyone noticed this? I've also noticed this in a scene in Star Trek: The Motion Picture. Any thoughts?