Return of the Living Dead: Part II
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Return of the Living Dead II (1988) More at IMDbPro »Return of the Living Dead: Part II (original title)

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Sex & Nudity

Nothing, a kissing scene.

Violence & Gore

Surprisingly tame for a zombie film, very little blood. Instead, green slime is used in some scenes where there would be gore. Some quick, bloody scenes, such as a zombie being shot in half and an eye popping out. Comical electrocution scenes. The more extreme scenes are brief, these are comprised of brains being bitten out of people's heads and a gorily burnt child zombie (after electrocution) but again these scenes are brief.

Profanity

Some language, strong.

A man finds a bottle of alcohol and contemplates drinking it, but does not.

Some of the zombies may disturb younger viewers, however overall it is a more comedic film.

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Certification:
Australia:M / Denmark:16 / Finland:K-15 (2005) / France:U / Germany:18 / Iceland:16 / Italy:VM14 (DVD rating) / Italy:T (VHS rating) / Mexico:C / Netherlands:16 / Norway:18 (video premiere) / Portugal:M/16 / South Korea:15 (1989) / Spain:13 / UK:18 / UK:15 (video rating) / USA:R / West Germany:18 (heavily cut)

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