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In the beginning a non-nude (bikini) pin-up girl on a wall calendar emphasizes Neville's bachelor status.

There is female nudity in the film, even though it is rated PG. You see Rosalind Cash fully naked from the rear and front, but her pubic region is not shown. And there are also two scenes where her breasts are clearly visible for some time, both not as part of intercourse. One is the morning after, and one time when Lisa is dressing.

Two people are starting a sexual interlude at some point and only slightly obscurely talking about what they are about to start.

References to finding birth control pills, which are thrown away as no longer necessary.


Many characters are shot with machine guns, pistol, and sniper-rifle fire; several are set on fire and some run into by a car, one is run through with a spear with bloody results. A teenage boy is killed (offscreen, but the body is shown). Several instances dead people (with dead open eyes) and of shriveled, long dead corpses/skeletons. A man with lots of cuts and other bloody wounds seen on a crash survivor. People are seen with hole like plaque wounds on their faces. Blood is featured in some of the shooting scenes but it seems fake (too brightly coloured) at times.

At the end a person is speared, and clearly seen as bleeding to death.

There is a closeup where you see the spear being pulled out of the wound, lots of blood and part of a hole shown.


Languages includes "bastard", "ass", "damn", and an incomplete "motherf*****". Some derogatory race-based terms ("honky", etc.). One character wears a jacket depicting an obscene gesture. One mention of "Christ", unclear if expletive, of referring to some miraculous event about to happen.


Recreational drinking, references to drugs. Some scenes of medical drugs used and blood drawn.


The movie takes place in an empty city which is populated mainly by roving gangs of a murderous cult that only comes out at night and have an albino-like white skin, eyes and hair appearance while wearing hoods/cloaks.

One or two jump scares.

Total Content Advisory: 23/50- the violence and strong nudity makes this film only appropriate for 13+

Australia:M / Australia:NRC / Australia:PG (TV rating) / Australia:A (original rating) / Brazil:14 / Canada:14A / Canada:PG (Ontario) / Canada:13+ (Québec) / Canada:PG (TV rating) / Finland:K-16 / Norway:16 (1971) / Portugal:M/12 / Singapore:NC-16 / Sweden:15 / UK:A (original rating) / UK:PG (video rating) (1987) (1993) / USA:GP / USA:PG

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