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Aaron Jones almost 2 years ago
One too many women/"birds" jokes for me, but entertaining. Not in Hitchcock's Top 10.
Johnny Nys 3 years ago
1st Hitchcock I ever saw and probably my 1st horror movie too. Chilling, but funny too.
Robert Stuart over 4 years ago
Alfred Hitchcock takes a small-town by the sea, and makes it the setting of a nightmare.
Tony Gandía over 4 years ago
Terrifying concept expertly crafted by Hitchcock. May be dated but a must watch
Austin over 4 years ago
The most underrated of Hitchcock's masterpieces - an arthouse film in disguise.
Mirza Šišić over 5 years ago
Gernot Ownership almost 6 years ago
Great film, but I couldn't help thinking "SHOTGUNS! GET SHOTGUNS!" all the time.
Alexander OBrien almost 6 years ago
Best part: the glass telephone booth.
Lou 6 years ago
As an orniphobic this is an inspired horror...Makes me shudder every time I see it.
Chelsea Foreman 6 years ago
Classic, intense, corny but worth the watch because it is original horror.
Neil Cooke over 6 years ago
Shorter than I remembered, and stranger. Hitchcock, .. always worth a viewing.
Robyn Hamilton over 6 years ago
Genuinely terrifying if this were to happen. We are so outnumbered! Terrific ending scene
David McKinstry over 6 years ago
Great movie. My personal favorite Hitchcock film
Adam Meehan almost 7 years ago
Forget the birds, most interesting in thing is the female character dynamics.
Dominic Dirupo almost 7 years ago
Still packs a terrifying and suspenseful punch
Vickie Ehlers Cyr 7 years ago
Still am afraid of a large flock of birds...
Debra Daly 7 years ago
Diana Chilton 7 years ago
Favorite Hitchcock movie.
Greg Ambler 7 years ago
Possibly one of the best movies ever made. Notice the lack of any music?
Robert Postill 7 years ago
I still think about this film sometimes. The ending particularly is well done.
The Birds is a 1963 horror film directed by Alfred Hitchcock based on the 1952 short story "The Birds" by Daphne du Maurier. It depicts Bodega Bay, California which is, suddenly and for unexplained reasons, the subject of a series of widespread and violent bird attacks over the course of a few days. The screenplay was written by Evan Hunter. Though Hunter had read Du Maurier's original short story, Hitchcock told him to disregard it as all he wished to use was the title and the idea of birds attacking people. Melanie Daniels (Tippi Hedren) is a young wealthy socialite who meets a lawyer, Mitch Brenner (Rod Taylor), in a San Francisco pet shop. He, looking to purchase a pair of lovebirds for his sister's eleventh birthday, pretends to mistake her for a salesperson, which infuriates her and leads her to inquire as to the reason for his behavior. He mentions a previous encounter that he had with her. Intrigued by him, she finds the address of his home in Bodega Bay, California. She...
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