Shock Treatment (1981)
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Sex & Nudity
- Like "The Rocky Horror Picture Show", "Shock Treatment" features a brother-and-sister who frequently imply incestuous acts on the other
- A woman wears a skimpy, low-cut dress.
- During the song "Lullaby", we see a scene of incest and a man taking pictures of a skimpily-dressed woman. There is no nudity, and this is suitable enough for kids.
- A "blind" man "accidentally" attempts to walk in on a woman showering. He is interrupted.
Violence & Gore
- The song "Bitchin' in the Kitchen" contains numerous uses of the titular word.
- One use of the derogatory term "faggot"
Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
- Farley Flavors smokes a cigar.
- Janet's father drinks a beer.
Frightening & Intense Scenes
- Although this is for humorous purposes, the fact that Brad is in a straightjacket may frighten some young children.