Out Now Flashback: The Birds (1963)

Back in 1963, the Master of Suspense delivered a film that terrified audiences for a variety of reasons and further examined the mind of its director. Alfred Hitchcock’s The Birds has been celebrated by many over the decades since it was made and it is now the subject of a discussion for Out Now with Aaron and Abe in their inaugural “Flashback” episode. The guys are joined by Professor Mike Dillon, who is happy to have fun exploring what the film has to offer as well as dive deep into the themes, production, and stories about what star Tippi Hedren had to go through. Enjoy, as there is plenty of ground (and air) to cover. So now, if you’ve got an hour to kill…

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