Films: Disturbing Behavior (1998)
Location: Civilized Area
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Summary: All parents want is the best for their growing kids. But if that were the case, then it's probably best to assume that these parents weren't thinking very straight when they sent their kids to this hellhole of a place, where everyone puts their faith in a mad scientist.
History: Dr. Edgar Caldicott is everyone's favorite psychologist at Cradle Bay, where just about every teenager under his care has come out a sophisticated, well-behaved ace among their peers. What no one tells you is that these "Blue Ribbon" teens are complete snobs, they react violently to anything out of the ordinary, and Edgar’s doings are far more sinister. You see, Edgar was there when some rowdy teens killed a valued community member and her son in a car accident. Now, the whole town has put its faith in him so that he can implant brain chips into the teens' eyes, and reprogram them into picture-perfect people. And even then, the implants tend to glitch up...
Notable Kills: Nothing special
Final Fate: It is the kooky yet brave old janitor who destroys the Blue Ribbons by driving them mad with his E-Rat-icators and leading them off a cliff. Soon afterward, Edgar is cast off the same cliff.
Weakness: The E-Rat-icator, a machine that emits a subtle noise that drives his machines crazy. Also, anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 3-Not so much the doctor himself, who’s no stronger than an average human, but his Blue Ribbons. Straddling a fine line between emotionless automatons and psychotic killers, these things are the perfect argument against a "perfect neighborhood".
Trivia: -At least twenty whole minutes of character development and backstory were cut from this film originally. Thankfully, they have mostly been restored.
-Two different endings exist. One where one Blue Ribbon survives and another where he dies just as he regains his humanity.