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Mild partial nudity.

At the end of the film, Ben Rolf(Oliver Reed) ends up getting thrown from the attic window and falls about 4 stories high then lands on his stationwagon face first through the windshield with his son in there, this scene contains heavy gore splattering all over the windshield that may be disturbing.

Rated PG when first released in 1976. Would probably be PG-13 today. Intense horror sequences. Also some terror scenes.

There are several very disturbing images of a grinning chauffeur associated with death scenes that appear during the movie, and sometimes with little to no warning. These scenes may be extremely frightening for some viewers, especially children.

A man possessed, attempts to drown his son in a swimming pool.


Certification:
Argentina:18 / Australia:M / Canada:PA (Manitoba) / Canada:AA (Ontario) / Finland:K-16 (cut) (1987) / Finland:K-18 (uncut) (1977) / Italy:VM14 / New Zealand:R16 / Sweden:15 / UK:15 / UK:AA / USA:PG / West Germany:16

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