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A couple have sex. There is no nudity, but there is loads of cheesy slow-mo kissing and stock porno-jazz playing in the background.

A man kidnaps his girlfriend in the back of his car and hopes to have sex with her. They do not have sex, but they do make out.

Some gore here and there, but nothing too bad.

People get attacked by the mosquitoes, some minor blood can be seen.

A man shows a bite he received from one of the mosquitoes. It is red and blue with puss. Not as graphic as it sounds and it is shown very briefly.

A man feeds himself to his giant pet mosquito. He sticks is arm into its cage and it begins feeding on his arm. Lots of blood trickles from the wound.

One use of the f-word. About three or four uses of shit.

Some people smoke and drink beer. The setting of the film takes place in a cliched western town, so this was inevitable.

A woman claims his brother sneaked out in the middle of the night to smoke marijuana.

This film is nowhere near as violent as its twin brother, Mosquito, but its also nowhere near as good as that film either. I highly doubt anyone will be scared of this film. If anything, most people will just be frightened by the ridiculously written love banter between the two leads. This is a killer bug movie, not an episode of Saved By The Bell.

Jay Robersons acting might scare a few people.


MPAA:
Rated R for some sci-fi violence and gore, a scene of sexuality and some language
Certification:
Germany:16 / UK:15 / USA:R (certificate #32577)

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