(FILM) Norman Bates and his decomposing Ma still get all the attention, but The Birds is easily Hitchcock's creepiest flick. Be it the inappropriate mother-son relationship, the almighty-inspired punishment for sluttiness, or the extended sequences of children being assaulted by beaks, the ick factor definitely rates high—and that's without exploring the residue of misogyny coating the picture. Even if you've seen the film a dozen times (ahem), tonight's screening offers two reasons to go: it's free, and none other than star Tippi Hedren will be in attendance. (Egyptian, 805 E Pine St, 7:30 pm, free. Call 206-521-3377 to RSVP.)