Findafish dating

Not so in these six, where the protagonists have the wilderness know-how to survive—or at least go down fighting.

Pick your genre poison and gather around the small screen for a night where the slashers, ghosts, goblins, and zombies get a run for their money.

This one has all the genre staples—isolated protagonists, barely-glimpsed monster, psychological breakdowns, desperate struggle for survival—but the fresh premise, solid cast, and non-belabored message kept us biting our nails all the way through.

was born of Hollywood’s post-Jaws mission to "find a fish tougher and more terrible than the great white." The resulting reverse-Moby-Dick tale of righteous fury is indeed more disturbing than the original.

Ernest Hemingway's books have been filmed by Hollywood with varying degrees of success.

Such stars as Gary Cooper, Gregory Peck, Tyrone Power, Rock Hudson, and Humphrey Bogart have taken a turn at being Hemingway heroes.

Coelacanths are the only living animals to have a fully functional intercranial joint, which is a division separating the ear and brain from the nasal organs and eye.

They thought the fish was bizarre enough to alert the local museum in the small South African town of East London. The Coelacanth was eventually named (scientific name: ) in honour of Miss Courtney-Latimer.

The best pick for people who don’t actually like Halloween movies, and easily the least gory here.

Global warming and the fossil-fuel industry give us the willies as it is, which is why it’s hard to root for the oil-company team when things get supernatural in the frozen north.

Bethany Garvey (left) and Kirstynn Evans, both of the Goodyear Ward, along with other members of the Buckeye and West Maricopa Stakes, put hundreds of hours into prepping for the three dances: an adult prom, a youth prom, and a father-daughter dance. Eschewing bank-breaking and morally questionable prom trends, most Mormon prom-goers follow Church edicts to double date or group date and plan prom activities that are both frugal and fun.

“Basically, [Mormon prom] offers a less expensive and more safe and wholesome environment,” says Bishop David Rengifo of the Western Skies Ward, Gilbert Stake.