Steve’s parents tell him that they have relocated from Chicago to Cradle Bay as a fresh start to move on with their lives. Gavin tries to tell Steve that he believes there is something evil about the “Blue Ribbons”—a clique of students taking part in a “special program” led by the school psychologist, Dr. When Steve tries to confront Gavin, he gets punched in the stomach for his impertinence.
But Dorian shows up under the pretense that he is disposing of dead rats when he subdues the police chief and tells Steve and Rachel to leave town and go public with what they know about Dr. When Rachel and Steve return home, they plan to get out of town along with Steve’s younger sister, Lindsay (Katharine Isabelle), but when they arrive at Steve’s house, Steve’s parents (Terry David Mulligan and Susan Hogan) reveal that they are also part of the conspiracy and that they moved to Cradle Bay for the sole purpose to sign him up for Caldicott’s program.
Steve and Lindsay try to get out but they get ambushed by a group of Blue Ribbons waiting for them outside the house.
Steve and Rachel then leave town on the ferry with Lindsay and U. to begin a new life elsewhere without their parents.
The final scene shows a classroom in an urban high school with kids playing loud music, cursing, and acting up. The well-groomed substitute turns around, and it’s Gavin, with the blue ribbon “twinkle” still active in his eye.
They drag Steve and Rachel to the programming center, but Steve escapes and rescues Rachel, killing the medical techs as well as Chug who has been left behind to guard them.
They try to get out of town again with Lindsay and U.
Disturbing Behavior has essentially received much unfair criticism for what is a solid science fiction teen horror film.
Mark Wahlberg (The Perfect Storm) Helena Bonham Carter (Dark Shadows) Tim Roth (Lie To Me) Michael Clarke Duncan (The Scorpion King) Paul Giamatti (The Amazing Spider-Man 2) Estella Warren (I Accuse) Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa (Elektra) David Warner (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2) Kris Kristofferson (Blade) Erick Avari (Stargate) Charlton Heston (Planet of the Apes Original)In 2029, aboard the United States Air Force space station Oberon, Leo Davidson works closely with primates who are trained for space missions.
However, her heightened arousal causes her to suddenly behave erratically and smash her head into a mirror, after which she is taken to a medical facility under Dr. Now Steve and Rachel must find the source of the Blue Ribbons as well as try and save the rest of the school before it’s too late.