A teen outsider is tormented by surreal social hierarchies in the sci-fi feature Disturbing Behavior: Special Edition (1998). Moving during high school can put strain on any adolescent, but in Steve Clark’s (James Marsden) case, the problems are exacerbated by the fact that his new school is ruled by robotic preppies. Because Clark, with all of his human imperfections, can’t compete with the well-groomed automatons, he teams up with a sexy student Katie Holmes and school psychiatrist Bruce Greenwood to overthrow the reigning order. David Nutter’s nutty sci-fi teen movie is helped immensely by DVD special features that grant co-stars Holmes and Crystal Cass more leeway than they were given in the theatrical cut. Cass flashes a quick tit, and Holmes offers a rare glimpse of her own treasure chest.