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MPAA Rated R for violence/gore
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Sex & Nudity

  • We briefly see what appears to be a naked woman. Some themes are a little seductive. The real Carmilla depicts a naked blood-covered woman.

Violence & Gore

  • Adventurous, vampire violence. There is blood and fighting.
  • Some graphic violence.
  • D slices the ghost in half. This causes Grove to wake up in pain.
  • Leila throws a knife at the shapeshifter in the forehead. The thunder then finishes her off.
  • D lost his horse before being sucked in by the ghost.
  • The ghost blows up both the vampire and himself. Grove then dies as a result.
  • Meier hypnotizes Charlotte to the candle-surrounded corridor so that she can be bitten.
  • Leila was nearly bitten in the neck by Borgoff after she saw two holes on his neck.

Profanity

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • On several occasions a man is shown being injected with a drug. The drug enhances his powers and clearly takes a toll on his body (it is not taken for enjoyment or due to addiction). He is otherwise shown lying in a hospital-like bed. As he uses his spirit as a bomb, his hand falls down with his syringe, meaning, it is implied that he injected himself.
  • Leila drinks beer at the restaurant.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • Vampires and werewolves are featured throughout.
  • Many scenes of a frightening though not gross nature figure into the plot as an action film. Some sites classify it as horror, but those elements are downplayed.

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