Disturbia Soundtrack (

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It's been one year since seventeen year old Kale Brecht's father, Daniel Brecht, died, and Kale isn't coping well since he largely blames himself for the death.

An incident associated with that inability to cope leads to Kale being sentenced to three-months house arrest for assault, he adorned with an ankle monitoring bracelet to ensure he does not step off his mother, Julie Brecht's, property.

Bored, especially as his mother cuts off many of his privileges, Kale largely spends his time spying on his neighbors, most specifically his new classmate, the pretty Ashley Carlson, whose family just moved in next door.

Ashley, who ends up introducing herself to Kale in her own boredom in needing to get away from her parents, and Kale's best friend, Ronnie Chu, join Kale in watching the goings-on of their neighbors.

At first, they somewhat jokingly muse that one of the neighbors, seemingly fastidious Robert Turner, may be the culprit responsible for the recent disappearance of a woman in Austin, Texas based on a circumstantial piece of evidence they see.

But the more and more they watch, the more and more Mr. Turner's activities seem to be suspicious in actually being able to commit violent crimes against women.

Just when Kale believes he has the first solid piece of evidence - enough at least to delve into it further - Mr. Turner enters their lives in a more personal manner.

For Kale, this becomes a dangerous game of cat and mouse with Mr. Turner, he believing that Mr. Turner not only is killing women, but that he knows they have been spying on him.

To some extent, Ashley and Ronnie are willing participants in the game, understanding the dangers, but Kale's mom also becomes unwittingly embroiled in the danger, that danger especially if Mr. Turner is indeed what Kale thinks he is.

Through it all, Kale is placed in the disadvantage that it is his word against Mr. Turner's - he convicted of a violent offense - and that he is confined to his mom's property, more than ten seconds outside the perimeter which alerts the police.

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Because I Got High
Afroman: Performer
Afroman: Writer
Lonely Day
Daron Malakian: Writer
System of a Down: Performer
Taper Jean Girl
Caleb Followill: Writer
Kings of Leon: Performer
Hello Kitty
Always Love
Me So Horny
We Love Reggae
You'll Never Find Another Love Like Mine
Symphony No. 5
Gangsta Boogie
Next to You
Lovin' You
One Man Wrecking Machine
You'll Never Find Another Love Like Mine
Kenny Gamble: Performer
Lovin' You
Minnie Riperton: Performer
Don't Make Me Wait
Geoff Zanelli: Performer

User reviews

Andrew Parker

The music choices in the film effectively highlight the psychological toll that the house arrest and investigation take on Kale, showcasing the toll it takes on his mental state.

Brian Taylor

The music selection effectively sets the mood for the cat and mouse game between Kale and Mr. Turner, adding depth to the psychological thriller elements of the story.

Dorothy Roberts

The music builds up the suspense and keeps you on the edge of your seat throughout the film, creating a thrilling and engrossing viewing experience.

Robert Carter

I appreciate how the soundtrack helps build tension and keeps the audience engaged throughout the film, creating a memorable and immersive viewing experience.

Donald Miller

The music in Disturbia effectively sets the tone for the intense cat-and-mouse game between Kale and Mr. Turner, keeping the audience on the edge of their seats.

Jennifer Moore

Overall, the music in Disturbia felt disconnected from the narrative, failing to enhance the viewer's experience or add depth to the characters. It missed the opportunity to elevate the film and fell short in delivering a compelling auditory experience.

Nancy Miller

The soundtrack of Disturbia perfectly captures the suspense and tension of the movie, enhancing every scene with its eerie and haunting melodies.

Amanda Mitchell

I found the soundtrack to be repetitive and forgettable, with no standout tracks that left a lasting impression. It failed to create a memorable atmosphere or evoke any strong emotions to complement the on-screen action.

Michael Hall

The use of music in key moments of the film, such as when Kale gathers evidence against Mr. Turner, amplifies the sense of urgency and danger in the narrative.

Lisa Young

The soundtrack of Disturbia failed to capture the intensity and suspense of the storyline. The music felt generic and uninspired, lacking the ability to enhance the tension and intrigue of the plot.

Donna Robinson

The soundtrack of Disturbia perfectly captures the tense and suspenseful atmosphere of the film, enhancing the overall viewing experience.

George Rodriguez

Overall, the soundtrack of Disturbia is a crucial element in immersing the audience in the gripping story, adding depth and intensity to the unfolding events.

Linda Green

The emotional depth of the soundtrack mirrors Kale's internal struggles and the weight of his guilt over his father's death, adding layers of complexity to the story.

Carol Davis

Each track in the soundtrack immerses the audience into Kale's paranoid and intense world, making the audience feel as if they are right there with him, spying on the mysterious neighbor.

Brian King

The soundtrack of Disturbia perfectly captures the tension and suspense of the film, enhancing the overall viewing experience.

Andrew Scott

The soundtrack of Disturbia skillfully builds suspense and creates a palpable sense of unease, mirroring Kale's growing paranoia and fear as he delves deeper into the mystery.