The Birds II: Land's End

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The avian crusaders for ecological harmony return in this made-for-cable sequel to Alfred Hitchcock's chilling The Birds. This time the terror takes place on Gull Island (the first film was set on Bodega Bay). High school teacher/doctoral candidate Ted Hocken suffers from writer's block and cannot finish his dissertation. He hopes that a summer-long vacation to Gull Island with his wife May and their two daughters will inspire him. The house they rent is near Land's End, a quaint fishing community. Ted and May have a somewhat dysfunctional relationship that is only worsened by a flirtation between her and the local newspaper editor. The family is not there long before the town's birds, most of them gulls, begin acting unusually aggressive towards their human neighbors. Ted immediately senses that something is out of whack and wants the locals to be prepared. Fearing it will ruin the tourist industry that is so vital for the town's survival, the town mayor pays no attention, and the beaked invaders finally launch their terrifying attacks.


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