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Strange Behavior (1981) - Trailer

Strange Behavior (1981) - Trailer
Year: 1981
Genres: Horror, Thriller, Sci-Fi, Mystery
Type: Trailers
Duration: 1M44S
Cast: Mark Hadlow, Michael Murphy, Louise Fletcher, Marc McClure, Dey Young, Scott Brady, Robert Houston, Richard Moore, Janet Meshad, Mary Ruth Harner, Wally Parks, Michael Hammond, Susanna Moore, Campbell Hegan, Andrew Glover, Beryl Te Wiata, Summer Ramer, Le Roy Sisnett, Arthur Dignam, Neil McLachlan, Kerry Brown, Elizabeth Cheshire, Jessica Kenny, Melodie Batchelor, Fiona Lewis, Jim Boelsen, Alma Woods, Kathryn Collins, Billy Al Bengston, Maurice Keene
Director(s): Michael Laughlin

Trailer: Strange Behavior (1981)

Widowed John Brady is the Chief of Police in small town Galesburg, Illinois, where he has lived most of his life. His only offspring, Pete Brady, is a bright high school senior. John has been in turmoil since the suspicious death of his wife Catherine years earlier, which he always believed had something to do with her boss, Dr. Le Sange, who himself died shortly after Catherine"s passing. Only recently has John and Pete"s home life gotten back on track with John dating Barbara Moorehead, a waitress at the local hangout, she who has known John for some time. John"s life takes a turn for the worse when he has to investigate the brutal slashing murders of four townsfolk in four separate incidents. A brief eyewitness statement to one of the murders before the eyewitness herself is murdered is the only substantive evidence. However, the three other victims were the sons of long time friends of his. Those three friends have a special connection to John"s past. As such, he believes if the pattern holds true that Pete may be the next intended target. What John is unaware of is that Pete, who has been trying to earn a little extra money in nearby Galesburg College in the Psychology Department with Mrs. Gwen Parkinson, is not the next target but that he unwittingly has a connection to the next intended murder.

"In the Peaceful town of Galesburg, Illinois, a brutal serial killer targets the local teenagers. As the bodies pile up, Sheriff John Brady suspects that the killer is connected to the high school's psychology department. There is something sinister about the school research program on behavioral control and Brady is determined to uncover the truth. But he better find the answers fast before his own son gets drawn into the strange experiments himself!"
1981 Synapse Films

My Thoughts: This Canadian Horror movie is really high up on my list of movies I'd love to remake via HorrorTrailerExpo

Synopsis:

Widowed John Brady is the Chief of Police in small town Galesburg, Illinois, where he has lived most of his life. His only offspring, Pete Brady, is a bright high school senior. John has been in turmoil since the suspicious death of his wife Catherine years earlier, which he always believed had something to do with her boss, Dr. Le Sange, who himself died shortly after Catherine's passing. Only recently has John and Pete's home life gotten back on track with John dating Barbara Moorehead, a waitress at the local hangout, she who has known John for some time. John's life takes a turn for the worse when he has to investigate the brutal slashing murders of four townsfolk in four separate incidents. A brief eyewitness statement to one of the murders before the eyewitness herself is murdered is the only substantive evidence. However, the three other victims were the sons of long time friends of his. Those three friends have a special connection to John's past. As such, he believes if the pattern holds true that Pete may be the next intended target. What John is unaware of is that Pete, who has been trying to earn a little extra money in nearby Galesburg College in the Psychology Department with Mrs. Gwen Parkinson, is not the next target but that he unwittingly has a connection to the next intended murder.