Spider Baby or, The Maddest Story Ever Told
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5/10 There are few mild sexual references, not explicit at all. We see a woman underwear.A young man sees her and is attracted to her. It's quite "glaucous" because the young man (Ralph) is a mentally instable. We can interpret in some scenes with sex text. There is a scene, quite hot for the 60' (but inoffensive now), where a young girl try to seduces her uncle. One brief mentions of inbreeding.

6/10 There are few violent scenes where people are killed by a (or two) young gir, it's brief and off-screen. There is no blood in the movie, but there are themes of killing. The end is intense.

No profanities in the movie.

1/10 A man smoke a cigar.

7/10 It's a horror-comedy, but the atmosphere is weird and creepy. The final, when the sisters want to kill the others is intense. The dark humor lighting all.

Ok for 14-15 + Suggested MPAA Rating : PG for violent content, creepy images and dsturbing themes.

Australia:PG (DVD rating) / Finland:K-18 (2011) (DVD) (self applied) / Finland:K-14 (1996) (VHS) / New Zealand:PG / UK:15 / USA:Unrated / USA:TV-PG (TV rating)

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