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there is some female nudity. the female villian is topless through the whole film. she sometimes rubs snakes on her body and moans with pleasure.

there are scenes of extreme gore/ violence

an old mans head is bashed with a stone axe. his scalp rips off and his skull is shattered, leaving a raw, wet bloody wound with dripping brain matter and blood

a nude woman is attacked by dog men who each grab one limb and pull her legs open, causing her to split up the middle starting at her crotch. as her stomach splits open you can see her intestines.

there are some bloody weapon hits like when a guy with a metal facemask is hit in the face blood squirts out from behind the mask. there are other hits like this

some zombies a stabbed with a large stick. green and red blood flows out of the wounds.

a man is shot with an arrow and blood sprays out.

a few severed heads are carried around with blood dripping out of the necks.

a woman dreans of being shot with a magic arrow and her chest exploding in gory fashion.

a young woman is attacked off screen and is later seen with a wet, bloody wound across her forehead.

a man has boils from poison barbs that ooze puss.

a mans headless corpse is graphically burned in a drawn out, ritualistic scene. the corpse is seen graphically burning until it is redused to ash.

there are some other scenes of less explicit violence

there is no language to speak of

in terms of drug use, there is a scene thats more bizzare and funny than questionable. these dog men monsters crush up this wierd powder and use straws to blow it up eachothere noses. sort of like a strange fantasy cocaine.

even though there is extreme violence the tone of the film is more fun than disturbing. young kids shouldnt view it because of the gore and also some scary monsters. the film isnt particularly intense or disturbing.


Certification:
Australia:R18+ / Canada:G (Quebec) / Finland:K-18 (cut version) / Finland:K-16 (1992) / Hong Kong:III / Italy:VM14 / Norway:18 / UK:18 / UK:18 (cut) (1983) / USA:R / West Germany:Not Rated (cut)

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