Review: Disturbia (2007) (Widescreen)

Disturbia (2007) (Widescreen)

Even on this quiet tree-lined street, no one is safe…especially from the savage killer next door. Welcome to “Disturbia,” “a cool thriller with big scares” (Richard Roeper, Ebert & Roeper). Living under three months’ house arrest, Kale Brecht (Shia LaBeouf, “Transformers”) passes his days spying on the neighbors. It’s all fun and games until things take a horrifying turn for the worse. Kale is convinced his neighbor next door is a serial killer – but he can’t prove anything, can’t convince anyone and can’t leave his house without triggering an alarm. Enlisting the help of his friends, Kale is determined to expose the truth – but have they all taken on more than they bargained for with a cold-blooded murderer on the loose? With nowhere to run and nowhere to hide, Kale and his friends are in a race for their lives in this electrifying thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seat. Commentary with DJ Caruso, Shia LaBeouf and Sarah Roemer, Additional Scenes: “Do You Wanna Talk,” “I Forbid It,” “Operation Stupid,” “You’re Breaking My Heart”, “The Making Of ‘Disturbia’,” “Hitchcock Flare” featurettes, Serial Pursuit Trivia Pop-Up/Quiz, Outtakes, Music Video: “Don’t Make Me Wait” – This World Fair, Interstitials, Actor Commentary, Audio Commentary, Blooper Reel, Deleted Scenes, Featurette, Music Videos, Photo Gallery, NTSC.

Price: $ 4.39
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