You Can Actually Watch 'Jaws' While Floating In A Tube On The Lake (Photos)

This summer is the 40th anniversary of the release of Steven Spielberg's "Jaws."

Not only did "Jaws" essentially create the summer blockbuster, it also made people terrified of the water for a long, long time.

A series of screenings of the classic film put on by the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema won't do anything to assuage those fears because audience members will watch the film while sitting in inner tubes on a lake.

The screenings are being held on the man-made lake at the Texas Ski Ranch located between Austin and San Antonio. A ticket is $30 and includes an inner tube.

But, filmgoers shouldn't get too relaxed as there's no telling what lurks beneath the water.

Daring audience members watch "Jaws" on the lake.

A swimsuit is a must for this screening.

Pray you don't see any fins pop up during the movie.

This doesn't seem safe.

Here is a teaser for the event:

Citations: Are You Brave Enough to Watch Jaws Like This (Conde Nast Traveler)