Horror Movies: Disturbing Behavior

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Ahhhhh, late 90s teenage angst. Without it, horror movies would have been few and far between in the 90s. Disturbing Behavior is one such teenage angst horror film that came out after the big Scream boom of 1996, along with several other horror films that all looked the same (The Faculty, Urban Legend). It 's a horror film that hooks it claws into the fears of teenagers not fitting into and the ultimate test of growing up, peer pressure. Sure, it 's all wrapped up in a story about mind control, sex and violence, but deep down inside it 's all about fitting in versus individuality. Disturbing Behavior has been released on Blu-ray courtesy of Scream Factory in a package that doesn 't provide any new special features, but does have a solid …show more content…

The jocks are highly intelligent, run charities and every once and awhile, they flip out and kill someone. Steve (James Marsden), along with his sister, Lindsay (played by Katharine 'oh my gawd she is so young looking in this movie ' Isabelle) have recently moved into the town and it doesn 't take long for Steve to see that something is amiss with the kids. Steve befriends Gavin (Nick Stahl), who tells him about the all the weird things that are going on in Cradle Bay, but Steven doesn 't believe him, that is until other people around him start having 180-degree personality changes. Soon, Steven along with his new love interest Rachel (played by Katie Holmes, who, before becoming tainted by Tom Cruise, was super hot) start investigating the mystery and their lives are put on the line. Time is running out for Steve, as his parents want him to fit in, so they sign him up for the "program", which is run by the creepy Dr. Edgar Caldicott (Bruce Greenwood). Will Steve and Rachel figure out the mystery before it 's too late and will the teenagers in this movie realize how terrible their clothing choices are? I …show more content…

They could have went all out and gave us a director 's cut version of the movie, with all new interviews and special features, but alas, that is not the case with this Blu-ray. Instead, we get ported over DVD features, such as an old commentary with director David Nutter, deleted scenes and a trailer. If you own the DVD, you 'll be disappointed on the features side. I do understand that the audience probably isn 't there for a big CE release of the movie, but sometimes you just got to take a chance and this time the

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