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MPAA Rated R for strong violence and gore, language and nudity

Sex & Nudity

  • 6/10
  • Some mild nudity ( breasts, buttocks ) can be seen in the background every once and a while but you'd have to really be looking to see it. Very brief instances
  • A woman dances seductively while a bar crowd watches.
  • Some sexual references.

Violence & Gore

  • 9/10
  • a lot of vampire related violence
  • the violence is mostly cheesy and unrealistic: tons of vampires exploding and heads spewing body fluids and collapsing
  • countless vampires are staked, shot, impaled, beaten up, blown up, set on fire, and ripped apart with blood splattering everywhere
  • holy water is thrown at the vampires, and it melts them and causes their organs to spill out
  • most vampires that are killed subsequently burst into flames and melt into a puddle of gore
  • a table is overturned and 4 vampires are impaled on the legs
  • in a (slightly) more realistic scene, a boy is being devoured alive by vampires, they tear at bits of his flesh while he begs for a mercy kill, which someone tearfully complies with.
  • a man impales a vampire in the stomach with a shotgun and shoots other vampires through the hole, using the open wound to pump the gun before each shot
  • etc


  • 7/10
  • 30 uses of f*ck, in anger mostly.

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • 4/10
  • A fair amount of drinking, but not much else.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • A man is seen on fire for some seconds before he presumably dies in an explosion.
  • Other parts could also be intense (perhaps). But the overall movie is more crime thriller than horror, and it's actually one of Tarantino's softer stories.

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