Disturbing Behavior (1998) Movie Review
Hot stars James Marsden ("Bella Mafia"), Katie Holmes ("Dawson’s Creek") and Nick Stahl (The Thin Red Line) set the screen ablaze in this breathlessly fast-paced jolt-fest from veteran "X-Files" director David Nutter. Written by Scott Rosenburg (Con-Air) and featuring a hip soundtrackfrom the hottest bands around, this "clutch-your-armrest thriller" (Teen People) will pull you into the undercurrent of a deranged high school cliqueand drag you away screaming! Achieve, be excellent…and be afraid. For when the esteemed Blue Ribbon club of Cradle Bay High take their slogans too far, things in the small coastal town begin to go wrong. Dead wrong. And when a "dark sinister force" begins turning the school’s curricularly challenged into the soulless, academic elitethree "outsiders" join in a desperate race to avoid becoming insidersand losing their individuality forever!
About Disturbing Behavior (1998)
Starring: Katharine Isabelle, James Marsden, Natassia Malthe, William Sadler, Jay Brazeau, Sarah-Jane Redmond, Ethan Embry, Bruce Greenwood, David Paetkau, Tobias Mehler, Katie Holmes, Brendan Fehr, Tygh Runyan, Nick Stahl, A.J. Buckley, Steve Railsback, P.J. Prinsloo, Chris Owens, Fiona Scott, Susan Hogan, Derek Hamilton, Chad Donella, Robert Moloney, Michelle Skalnik, Terry David Mulligan, Dan Zukovic, Lalainia Lindbjerg, Crystal Cass, Erin Tougas, Ryan Taylor
Director: David Nutter