Birds, The (1963)
Great movie, lots of suspence, and fear.
This is Hitchcock magic at its best. His ability to drive fear into people using things that we see everyday is a talent that few people have, but Hitchcock knew how to approach his subjects very well. Hitchcock succeeds in showing us the horror of what it would be like if our innocent feathered friends decided to turn on us one day. It is about a small town that is unexpectedly overrun by birds who begin attacking people. The first big attack we see happens at a child's birthday party and the second on a group of school children, as well as a restaurant. The effects are very well-done and the attack scenes are frightening, especially when the birds are chasing people down.
The movie is very effective for this genre.