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Beautiful Melanie Daniels is a spoilt, mischievous socialite who pursues a hunky lawyer to his remote coastal Californian hometown with romance in mind. However, shortly after she arrives, Melanie is attacked by a seagull - and this is just the start of a mysterious series of savage attacks by an increasing number of birds. Based on a Daphne du Maurier story, this was master-of-suspense Alfred Hitchcock's follow-up to notorious shocker Psycho. Here, the chills are generated through a slow, subtle build of dread and, crucially, no explanations whatsoever for the escalating horror, creating villains out of the most unlikely of creatures.
This 1975 film about an enormous great white shark terrorising the locals of a US seaside resort made many who saw it too scared to go swimming!
11+ years 124 mins
The most famous, and possibly the most tense, of the films of suspense master Hitchcock, in which a woman is stuck in a remote hotel in a storm.
14+ years 109 mins
Horror, with a lot of laughs as well, about some lethal spiders which arrive in a small US town from South America and start killing off locals.
11–16 years 103 mins
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