Disturbing Behavior Soundtrack (

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Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Comportamiento perturbado

Title in Italiano:

Generazione perfetta

Title in Português:

Comportamento Perturbado


After the suicide of the teenager Allen Clark, his family decides to move from Chicago to the quiet Cradle Bay Island seeking a peaceful life for the siblings Steve and Lindsay Clark.

When Steve joins the local high-school, the outcast Gavin Strick befriends Steve and introduces his also rejected friend Rachel Wagner to the newcomer.

Gavin exposes to Steve in the refectory the punks, the nerds and the different tribes of the school and he defends the weird theory that a sinister force changes the behavior of the annoyingly perfect "Blue Ribbons", a group of good students that wear identical jackets and gather in the Yogurt Shoppe.

Further he tells that he had witnessed the blue ribbon Andy Efkin killing their schoolmate Mary Jo that is missing and the local Officer Cox covering the murder.

Steve does not believe in Gavin's words, but when his friend is submitted to the treatment of Dr. Edgar Caldicott and immediately changes his behavior, joining the Blue Ribbons, Steve and Rachel decides to investigate the mystery discovering the dark secret of the perfect behavior.

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Disturbing Behavior
Got You (Where I Want You)
The Flys: Performer
Adam Paskowitz: Lyrics
Gods Of Basketball
The Flys: Performer
Adam Paskowitz: Lyrics
Million Rappers
Phunk Junkeez: Writer
Phunk Junkeez: Performer
Every Little Thing Counts
Pinch: Writer
Janus Stark: Performer
Harvester Of Sorrow
Lars Ulrich: Writer
Psycho Clogs
John Dragonetti: Writer
John Dragonetti: Performer
Ever She Flows
Hail Mary
Have You Never Been Mellow
Danke Schoen
Can't Smile Without You
Flagpole Sitta
Ice Ice Baby
Another Brick In The Wall
Don Van Stavern: Performer
Monster Side
Luke Bullen: Performer
Can't Smile Without You
Christopher Arnold: Performer
Main Title
John Beal: Performer
The New Gavin
John Beal: Performer
Dead Neck / Rowboat
John Beal: Performer
Rat Man Revealed
John Beal: Performer
Bad, Wrong, Wrong, Bad / Used To Be Friends
John Beal: Performer
Chugs Libido
John Beal: Performer
Double Wide / Unplugged At Bishop Flats
John Beal: Performer
The Salute / Big Rat
John Beal: Performer
Dickies Induction / Whos Your Daddy
John Beal: Performer
Evil Chairs
John Beal: Performer
Safe Ferry / Finale
John Beal: Performer
Disturbing Behavior : The Trailer
John Beal: Performer

User reviews

Emily Davis

The soundtrack of Disturbing Behavior perfectly captures the mysterious and unsettling atmosphere of the film, enhancing the tension and suspense throughout.

Susan Evans

The soundtrack seamlessly blends different genres and styles of music, creating a unique and immersive auditory experience that complements the visuals and storyline of the film beautifully.

Deborah Hernandez

The choice of music for key scenes in the movie effectively conveys the emotions of the characters, adding depth and complexity to their development.

Karen Davis

Certain tracks in the soundtrack effectively build suspense and create a sense of impending danger, adding depth to key scenes. The music contributes significantly to the overall sense of paranoia and uncertainty felt by the characters as they uncover the dark secrets of the Blue Ribbons.

John Brown

The use of haunting melodies and electronic beats in the soundtrack adds depth to the storyline and helps create a sense of unease that keeps the audience on the edge of their seats.

Patricia Anderson

The soundtrack of Disturbing Behavior failed to capture the suspense and intensity of the plot, leaving the movie feeling disjointed and lacking emotional depth.

Joseph Turner

The original score composed for the film is haunting and memorable, leaving a lasting impression on the viewer even after the movie has ended.

Carol King

The musical choices in Disturbing Behavior perfectly complement the coming-of-age themes of the movie, creating a nostalgic and emotional connection that resonates with the viewer long after the film has ended.

Emily Miller

The soundtrack of Disturbing Behavior truly captures the eerie and mysterious atmosphere of the film, enhancing the tension and suspense in every scene.

Kimberly Hill

The use of generic, cookie-cutter musical cues throughout the film detracted from the overall atmosphere and failed to enhance the viewing experience, making it difficult to fully engage with the story and characters.

Laura Carter

Overall, the soundtrack of Disturbing Behavior is a vital component of the film's atmosphere, enhancing the viewing experience and immersing the audience in the unsettling world of Cradle Bay Island.

Deborah Gonzalez

The choice of music perfectly complements the themes of conformity and rebellion present in the plot. The contrast between the haunting melodies and the upbeat rhythms mirrors the duality of the characters' struggles against the oppressive system in Cradle Bay Island.

Jennifer Williams

The soundtrack of Disturbing Behavior sets the tone for the eerie and mysterious atmosphere of the film. The use of electronic and industrial music enhances the sense of unease and tension throughout the movie.