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> TiTLE......[ Disturbia
> YEAR.......[ 2007
> GENRE......[ Thriller
> RUNTiME....[ 01:44:35
> STORE DATE.[ 2007
> iMDB RATE..[ 7.4/10 (11,450 votes)
> iMDB URL...[ http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0486822/
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> LANGUAGE...[ English
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> N O T E S
> Every killer lives next door to someone
> DIRECTOR: D.J. Caruso
> SCREENWRITER: Christopher B. Landon, Carl Ellsworth
> (Story: Christopher B. Landon)
> ORIGINAL MUSIC: Geoff Zanelli
> CINEMATOGRAPHER: Rogier Stoffers
> CAST: Shia LaBeouf, Sarah Roemer, Carrie-Anne Moss, David
> Morse, Sarah Roemer, Matt Craven, Jose Pablo Cantillo
> STUDIO/PRODUCER: Dreamworks Video
> A teen living under house arrest becomes convinced
> his neighbor is a serial killer
> All stand-alone DivX Players compatible
> OFFICIAL WEB: http://www.disturbia.com

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Disturbia (film)

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Theatrical release poster
Directed by D. J. Caruso
Produced by Jackie Marcus Schaffer
Joe Medjuck
E. Bernett Walsh
Written by Screenplay:
Christopher B. Landon
Carl Ellsworth
Christopher B. Landon
Starring Shia LaBeouf
David Morse
Carrie-Anne Moss
Sarah Roemer
Aaron Yoo
Music by Geoff Zanelli
Cinematography Rogier Stoffers
Editing by Jim Page
Studio Cold Spring Pictures
The Montecito Picture Company
Distributed by DreamWorks
Release date(s) April 13, 2007
Running time 105 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Budget $20 million
Gross revenue $117,760,134
Disturbia is a 2007 American thriller film directed by D. J. Caruso and executive produced by Ivan Reitman. It is an updated version of Alfred Hitchcock's classic film Rear Window.[1] Disturbia stars Shia LaBeouf as a teenager who thinks he witnesses a murder when he was spying on his suspicious neighbor while serving house arrest.


A year after Kale Brecht’s (Shia LaBeouf) father is killed in a car accident, Kale is arrested after attacking a teacher who made an offensive remark about Kale's father, saying "What would your father think of you?". The judge is sympathetic towards Kale, sentencing him to three months of house arrest. He is then secured with an ankle monitor and a proximity sensor which prohibits him from leaving a 100 foot radius of his house.
Kale initially satiates his boredom by playing video games, but his mother, Julie Brecht, cancels his Xbox Live and iTunes accounts and cuts the cord of his television, forcing him to find something else to do. This leads Kale to start harmlessly spying upon the surrounding neighborhood, including his new neighbor, Ashley Carlson.
Kale begins to become suspicious of his neighbor, Robert Turner, after several weird occurrences at his house leads Kale to believe he is a serial killer. Kale and his best friend Ronnie (Aaron Yoo) begin to research information on Turner and his possible victims. After being alerted to Kale and Ronnie’s spying, Ashley confronts Kale, and subsequently joins the pair in helping them investigate Turner. That night, Kale observes a date of Turner's in a panicked state. After Turner turns off his lights, Kale uses his binoculars to see what's happening. As Kale pans from window to window, he sees Turner looking straight at him. After Kale hides, he sees Turner's date leaving. The next morning, Kale is shocked after he enters his kitchen to see his mom flirting with Turner. Before Turner leaves, he implies threats to Kale that go unnoticed by Julie.
That night, Ashley confronts Kale after he attempts to ruin a party she is throwing. He tells her of his burgeoning feelings for her, and they start kissing. Later, with Kale and Ashley watching, Turner drags a heavy bag to his garage with blood on it. The next day, Kale insists that Ronnie break into Turner's car to get his garage door opener, while Ashley follows Turner to inform Kale if he goes home. Ronnie manages to get the garage code, but accidentally leaves his cell phone behind. Meanwhile, after Ashley loses Turner, he suddenly appears in front of her car. He gets in and tells her that all he wants is privacy, while insinuating that harm may come to her if she continues to spy on him.
That night, realizing that he left his phone in Turner's car, Ronnie attempts to get it back. In Turner’s garage, video camera in hand, Ronnie recovers his phone when the garage door suddenly shuts. Ronnie thinks somebody is there, leading him to run and hide in Turner's house. As Kale attempts to rescue him, his ankle monitor goes off. The police arrive, and Kale informs them that Ronnie is in danger. Hearing the noise, Turner comes out and allows the officers to search his garage. Ronnie is nowhere to be found, when Kale suggests they look in the bloody bag. They open it to reveal it contains the remains of a deer that Turner had hit with his car.
Later, Julie goes across the street to talk to Turner, with the hope of steering him away from pressing charges. Kale’s fears of Ronnie being dead are satiated, when Ronnie reveals himself to be alive and unharmed. Kale then watches Ronnie's videotape; in the video, as Ronnie falls over, he accidentally filmed something hidden behind an air vent. Kale zooms in and sees what looks like a clear bag with a dead body inside. At the same time, Julie turns her back on Turner, and he knocks her out.
Turner goes to Kale’s house where he knocks out and ties up Ronnie and Kale. Turner begins to reveal his plan to frame Kale, when Ashley distracts Turner. Kale and Ashley attack Turner, managing to subdue him and hide in Kale’s room. Turner suddenly returns and breaks down the door, as Kale and Ashley escape by jumping out a nearby window down to Ashley’s pool.
Kale grabs a pair of garden shears and goes to search for his mother, while Ashley goes to warn the police. Meanwhile, an officer alerted to Kale’s bracelet, arrives and enters Turner’s house. As he walks through, Turner sneaks up behind him and breaks his neck. Proceeding to the basement of Turner’s house, Kale falls through the floor and lands in a pool containing several dead bodies in various states of decay. He climbs out and eventually finds Julie bound and gagged. Turner suddenly appears and Julie stabs Turner in the leg, giving Kale time to kill Turner with the gardening shears. Kale and Julie exit the house as the police arrive.
Kale's ankle monitor is finally removed and he is released from house arrest for good behavior. Later, Kale gets revenge on the three kids who egged his house. After, Ashley and Kale begin making out on a sofa when they are interrupted by Ronnie filming them. Kale flips him off as he continues to kiss Ashley.


  • Shia LaBeouf as Kale Brecht, a 17 year old high school junior. Caruso auditioned over a hundred males for the role in five weeks before settling on LaBeouf as he was looking for someone "who guys would really like and respond to, because he wasn’t going to be such a pretty boy".[2] LaBeouf was attracted to the role because of the director's 2002 film The Salton Sea, which he complimented as one of his favorite films. Before filming started, the two watched the thriller films Rear Window, Straw Dogs and The Conversation starring Gene Hackman. They also viewed the 1989 romantic film Say Anything... and "mixed all the movies together."[3] LaBeouf says he spoke to people on house arrest and locked himself in a room with the bracelet to feel what the confinement of house arrest is like.[3] He commented in an interview, "it’s hard. I’m not going to say it’s harder than jail, but it’s tough. House arrest is hard because everything is available. [...] The temptation sucks. That’s the torture of it."[3] Caruso gave him the freedom to improvise whenever necessary to make the dialogue appeal to the current generation.[4] During filming, LaBeouf began a program that saw him gain twenty five pounds of muscle in preparation of his future films Transformers and Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull''.[5]


Disturbia was filmed on location in the cities of Whittier, California and Pasadena, California. Filming began on the morning of January 6, 2006 and ended on April 28, 2006. The homes of Kale and Mr. Turner, which were supposed to be across from each other, were actually located in two different cities.[6] Most of the movie was filmed in Whittier, California.


Box office

Disturbia was released on April 13 in the United States and opened at #1 in its first week at the box office with $23 million.[7] Despite a 10 million decrease in its second week, it remained on top of the box office.[8] In its third week, it held on with $9.1 million.[9] In its fourth week, it earned $5.7 million and finished second behind the record-breaking Spider-Man 3.[10]

Critical response

On the review aggregate website Rotten Tomatoes, 68% of critics gave the film positive reviews, based on 165 reviews, with the consensus that the film is "a tense, subtle thriller with a noteworthy performance from Shia LaBeouf".[11] On Metacritic, the film had an average score of 62 out of 100, based on 28 reviews.[12]
The film earned a "two thumbs up" rating from Richard Roeper and A.O. Scott (filling in for Roger Ebert), with Roeper saying, "This is a cool little thriller with big scares and fine performances."[13] However, many have criticized the change of atmosphere two-thirds of the way into the film, when the initial pacing and action morphs into that of a "run-of-the-mill slasher horror film".[14]
The film won 3 Teen Choice Awards including Choice Movie: Horror/Thriller, Choice Movie: Breakout Male (Shia LaBeouf) and Choice Movie Actor: Horror/Thriller (Shia LaBeouf) .


The Sheldon Abend Revocable Trust filed a lawsuit against DreamWorks, its parent company Viacom, and Universal Studios on September 5, 2008.[15][16] The suit alleged that Disturbia infringed on the rights to Cornell Woolrich's 1942 short story "It Had to Be Murder" (the basis for the classic Alfred Hitchcock film Rear Window), and that DreamWorks never bothered to obtain motion picture rights to the intellectual property and evaded compensating the rights holder for the alleged appropriation. (Ownership of the copyright in Woolrich's original story "It Had to Be Murder" and its use as the basis for the movie Rear Window was previously litigated before the United States Supreme Court in Stewart v. Abend, 495 U.S. 207 (1990).)

Home media

The film was released on DVD and HD DVD on August 7, 2007 and on Blu-ray Disc on March 15, 2008.
In the 'Making of Disturbia' section of the DVD's 'special feature's' section it is revealed that LaBeouf and Morse did not have much contact off-set as to make the fight scenes at the end of the movie as real as possible.



Disturbia: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Soundtrack by Various artists
Released March 4, 2007
Recorded Various dates
Length 45:46
Label Lakeshore Records
  1. "Always Love" - Nada Surf
  2. "Don't Make Me Wait" - This World Fair
  3. "One Man Wrecking Machine" - Guster
  4. "Whoa Now" - Louque
  5. "Gangsta Boogie" - Love Stink
  6. "Next to You" - Buckcherry
  7. "Because I Got High" - Afroman
  8. "We Love Reggae" - Noiseshaper
  9. "The Great American Napkin" - The Summer Skinny
  10. "Dream" - Priscilla Ahn
  11. "Lovin' You" - Minnie Riperton
  12. "You'll Never Find Another Love Like Mine" - Lou Rawls
Lonely Day by System Of A Down and Taper Jean Girl by Kings of Leon are not featured on the soundtrack even though they were in the movie.


Disturbia: Original Motion Picture Score
Soundtrack by Geoff Zanelli (Composer), Bruce Fowler (Conductor)
Released July 10, 2007
Genre Score
Length 46:08
Label Lakeshore Records
  1. "Disturbia" - 7:02
  2. "Fishing" - 3:52
  3. "Poofoot" - 1:15
  4. "Voyeurism" - 2:35
  5. "Every Killer Lives Next Door to Someone" - 3:35
  6. "I Like to Play" - 1:46
  7. "Stealth Ranie" - 5:10
  8. "Walking Ashley Home" - 2:01
  9. "The Club Girl" - 2:47
  10. "Stalking a Killer" - 7:15
  11. "The Basement Graveyard" - 8:50

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