"Sharknado" may have had its day in the spotlight, but no other shark movie can top the granddaddy of all shark movies: "Jaws." Steven Spielberg's film about the terror of the seas has been making moviegoers afraid of the beach for decades and, if Marty McFly's version of the future was right, no less than 19 movies have been made about the monstrous, bloodthirsty shark.

Alas, just like hover boards and self-tying shoes, "Jaws 19" will not actually hit theaters this October. However, we are getting the next best thing – a trailer about the supposedly Max Spielberg-directed fictional film (Max is Steven Spielberg's son's name) as part of the huge campaign and celebrations to cheer in the 30th anniversary of "Back to The Future."

The "Jaws 19" trailer showcases all the "Jaws" movies that came before it - real and not real. From cyber "Jaws" ("Jaws 7"), "Jaws" in outer space ("Jaws 11"), "Jaws" in the Big Apple ("Jaws 16"), a "Jaws" origins reboot and every other Jaws movie variant that can be had. The trailer's got it.

"In 'Jaws 4: The Revenge,' it was personal. Then, it was just business [Jaws 5]. Then, pure pleasure [Jaws 6]," said the trailer voice-over.

But in "Jaws 19," it gets really, REALLY personal.

"The oceans are disappearing and to save their home, the sharks must attack," teased the trailer.

"Back to the Future" and "Jaws" fans have gotten a kick out of the parody trailer and have shared their opinions on the official YouTube upload page for the trailer.

Most of the comments are riding with the the joke, sharing their preferences for "Fifty Scales of Grey", or "Jaws vs. Cthulhu." Others are unsure if the trailer is real or not. Many others point out other movies with endless sequels and reboots that could also be made into a "Back to the Future"-style trailer, like the "Fast and The Furious" franchise and "Transformers" – both of which have multiple movie follow-ups already planned.

Check out the trailer for "Jaws 19" here and choose your favorite "Jaws" movie.

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