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Ghoulies IV
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Brief shot of a butt.

Alexandra kills many throughout the film. At two points she licks the blood of her victims.

PG-13 level. One use of G-D. No really bad language is used. Barely even language at all.

There is mentions of drinking and smoking but nothing to bad.

The Ghoulies may frighten young viewers but likely they will find them funny.

Alexandra and Faust could be frightening.

There is one frightening scene where a woman's car is controlled by a demon and it runs off the road.

In a few scenes mental patients are shown to have taken over their hospital. This could frighten some.

The ending is rather intense. Alexandra captures a girl and offers her to Faust as a sacrifice. This entire sequence is a little intense.

Probably okay for 10 and up. Younger kids might be able also. It's according to if the kid is scared easy.


MPAA:
Rated R for some violence
Certification:
Australia:M / Finland:K-18 (self applied) (2008) / Germany:16 / Iceland:16 / UK:15 / UK:12 (video re-rating) (uncut) (2004) / USA:R

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