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Sex & Nudity

There is none. 0/10

Violence & Gore

NOTE: All of the violence depicted in this short is explained to be only in the main character's imagination. -In the first few seconds, a cat becomes scared and jumps out of nowhere. This might scare young children. -The main character likes to think he would rather sink her aunt in wax for his imaginary wax museum than be with her -The main character imagines experimenting on his dog to turn him into a zombie -The main character thinks his wife was buried alive 4/10

Profanity

There is None. 0/10

A 7 year old child is seen smoking, though this is in his own imagination as his alter ego of Vincent Price, which makes him older in his mind. 3/10

The whole short has a dark, eerie feeling (part of the style of filming Tim Burton uses in his films), which is quite scary and some people might find disturbing. The ending is the most frightening part of this short. 7/10. Personally, I would give this short a PG rating. Rated G. Overall explicit content: 14/50

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