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Disturbing Behavior
     

Disturbing Behavior

4.5 2
Director: David Nutter

Cast: James Marsden, Katie Holmes, Nick Stahl

 

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Take a terrifying journey back to the corridors of high school in this creepy MGM/UA release. Viewable in either 1.85:1 widescreen or 1.33:1 full frame, audio is offered in both closed captioned English Dolby Digital 5.1 and French Dolby Digital Surround with optional English and French subtitles. Extra features include deleted scenes, a music video, a collectible

Overview

Take a terrifying journey back to the corridors of high school in this creepy MGM/UA release. Viewable in either 1.85:1 widescreen or 1.33:1 full frame, audio is offered in both closed captioned English Dolby Digital 5.1 and French Dolby Digital Surround with optional English and French subtitles. Extra features include deleted scenes, a music video, a collectible booklet and an original theatrical trailer.

Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Kryssa Schemmerling
In this clever reworking of The Stepford Wives, a sinister high school guidance counselor turns rebellious teenagers into a zombie-like tribe of sexually repressed, model students known as "the Blue Ribbons." But drop-dead gorgeous James Marsden, the new kid in school, soon figures out that there are dark forces at work behind his perfect classmates' squeaky clean facades. Katie Holmes (Teaching Mrs. Tingle, Dawson's Creek) co-stars as the good "bad girl" who helps him battle the forces that are transforming their high school into a conformist horror show, and X-Files director David Nutter gives the film an air of stylish gloom. High school has never been scarier.

Product Details

Release Date:
01/05/1999
UPC:
0027616743220
Original Release:
1998
Rating:
R
Source:
Mgm (Video & Dvd)
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Full Frame, Wide Screen]
Sound:
[Dolby Digital Surround, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Time:
1:24:00

Special Features

Eleven additional scenes not shown in theatres; Shocking and revealing alternate ending; Feature-length commentary by director David Nutter [The X Files]; The Fly's "Got You [Where I Want You]" music video; 4-page booklet featuring quotes and insights from the film's hot young stars; Original theatrical trailer

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
James Marsden Steve Clark
Katie Holmes Rachel Wagner
Nick Stahl Gavin Strick
Steve Railsback Officer Cox
Bruce Greenwood Dr. Caldicott
William Sadler Dorian Newberry
Chad E. Donella U.V.
Ethan Embry Allen Clark
Katharine Isabelle Lindsay Clark
Tobias Mehler Andy

Technical Credits
David Nutter Director
Patrick Banister Set Decoration/Design
John S. Bartley Cinematographer
Lisa Beach Casting
Armyan Bernstein Producer
Sharon Boyle Musical Direction/Supervision
Jim Brebner Asst. Director
Nelson Coates Production Designer
C.O. Erickson Executive Producer
Stephen Flick Sound/Sound Designer
Eric Fraser Art Director
Gary Myers Set Decoration/Design
Phillip B. Goldfine Executive Producer
John Houlihan Musical Direction/Supervision
Trish Keating Costumes/Costume Designer
Coreen Mayrs Casting
Randy Jon Morgan Editor
Brent O'Connor Associate Producer
Louise Roper Set Decoration/Design
Scott Rosenberg Co-producer,Screenwriter
John G. Scotti Asst. Director
Elisabeth Seldes Co-producer
Jonathan Shestack Producer
Mark Snow Score Composer
Max Wong Associate Producer
Rob Young Sound/Sound Designer

Scene Index

Scene Selections
0. Scene Selections
1. Logo/Main Title [3:06]
2. Kiss Before Dying [4:04]
3. New Kid In Town [2:56]
4. Dickie & Peckerhead [1:55]
5. Gavin's Freak Role Call [4:47]
6. Mentioning Allen [:55]
7. Dickie Gets Initiated [1:11]
8. Meeting Caldicott [1:28]
9. Rachel [2:26]
10. Clean-Up On Aisle 1 [2:36]
11. "A Sinister Force" [1:07]
12. The Rat Man [2:21]
13. Dickie Changes Gears [1:19]
14. Bonding At The Shoppe [2:18]
15. And The Next One Is... [2:59]
16. ."..A Dead Man" [2:05]
17. The New Gavin [1:10]
18. Blue Ribbon Brawl [2:16]
19. Outside Looking In [:38]
20. "It's All An Act" [2:01]
21. Coming After Steve [:52]
22. "Bad Wrong Wrong Bad" [3:24]
23. Fixing Lorna [1:19]
24. "Why Not?!!!" [2:47]
25. Brotherly Concern [:40]
26. Gavin's Goodbye [:42]
27. "I Had A Brother" [2:09]
28. At Belknap/Mad Dash [1:10]
29. "A Big Rat" [3:44]
30. The Ambush [2:52]
31. Right In The Eyes [2:16]
32. Escape/Chug The Lug [3:05]
33. Roadblock [2:29]
34. The Final Plunge [1:45]
35. A New Teach [3:34]
36. End Credits [1:05]
Scene Selections
0. Scene Selections
1. Logo/Main Title [3:06]
2. Kiss Before Dying [4:04]
3. New Kid In Town [2:56]
4. Dickie & Peckerhead [1:55]
5. Gavin's Freak Role Call [4:47]
6. Mentioning Allen [:55]
7. Dickie Gets Initiated [1:11]
8. Meeting Caldicott [1:28]
9. Rachel [2:26]
10. Clean-Up On Aisle 1 [2:36]
11. "A Sinister Force" [1:07]
12. The Rat Man [2:21]
13. Dickie Changes Gears [1:19]
14. Bonding At The Shoppe [2:18]
15. And The Next One Is... [2:59]
16. ."..A Dead Man" [2:05]
17. The New Gavin [1:10]
18. Blue Ribbon Brawl [2:16]
19. Outside Looking In [:38]
20. "It's All An Act" [2:01]
21. Coming After Steve [:52]
22. "Bad Wrong Wrong Bad" [3:24]
23. Fixing Lorna [1:19]
24. "Why Not?!!!" [2:47]
25. Brotherly Concern [:40]
26. Gavin's Goodbye [:42]
27. "I Had A Brother" [2:09]
28. At Belknap/Mad Dash [1:10]
29. "A Big Rat" [3:44]
30. The Ambush [2:52]
31. Right In The Eyes [2:16]
32. Escape/Chug The Lug [3:05]
33. Roadblock [2:29]
34. The Final Plunge [1:45]
35. A New Teach [3:34]
36. End Credits [1:05]

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Disturbing Behavior 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Accurate Every day parents and schools force teens to take behavioral modification drugs. Use any means to suppress the behaviors of teens. This movie takes that to the next level. Using direct brainwashing and mind control chips to turn troubled teens into A - Students. The side affects are that any time such a kid gets turned on he or she turns homicidal. Steve and Rachel are the two main characters and about to be violated such a manner. The clueless parents don't ask questions,. They don't care how it happens, all they care about is their troubled teens start dressing right and get good grades. Steve and Rachel are forced to fight, not just for their lives, but for their free will. This dramatically demonstrates the risk of being a teen, and the danger of adult ignorance and arrogance.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago