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6/10 (censored version) - 7/10 (uncensored version)

The uncensored version has more nudity than the censored one. In the uncut version there is full female nudity, with bare breasts and buttocks. Both versions have mild sex scenes, nothing explicit at all.

We briefly see a woman thrusting on top of a man. We hear some moaning. She is implied to be naked but is half-covered by the blanket, so only her back is visible (the scene is extremely short and doesn't have any graphic detail). A man briefly watches them.

While two people talk, we hear sounds of a porn movie (a woman moaning loudly) on the background for several seconds. Later on, we hear such sounds again, and see a brief and non-graphic scene of the porn movie.

A girl and a guy flirt. He asks her is she "wanna fuck" and she replies "sure, why not". Later we see them making out in bed: the guy wants to do it but the girl stops and pulls him away. She is in her top and panties, and he is only wearing briefs (we see his bare chest, back, legs and thighs, and her bare legs and thighs).

We see a brief glimpse of a man lying naked in bed (he is naked but covered with sheets); it is implied he just had sex with a girl (he is drenched in sweat and breathing hard as he just reached orgasm).

A woman wearing only a shirt starts unbottoning it, while knowing to be watched on camera by a man.

A young woman wearing an alluring costume seduces a young man. She puts handcuffs on and says she'll be waiting in his room if he wants to "try something different".

We see a girl who just came out of the shower (she is wearing a robe) being attacked offscreen by a man, who says "no sex".

A young woman cheats on her boyfriend with his brother.

We see a girl writing a letter to a guy, which reads: "you didn't get laid but you definitely got screwed".


This is a horror slasher movie in which a creepy man/demon kills many people in brutal and bloody ways. The story is about a psychotic murderous priest, who killed many frat boys, and was put away in the local asylum, but years later returns after being set free by accident. Some of the killings are gorey.

The dead, mutilated and bloody bodies of several dead people are briefly seen lying on the floor. Some of them have their intestines out. We also see a severed bloody hand and some body parts among the corpses. A creepy man/demon is standing among them, holding a knife and a human heart, which he then drops on the floor (his hands are bloody and it is implied that he killed all those people).

In a gorey scene, a girl has is killed by having her head pierced by a scythe. We see the tip of the weapon, which entered from her brain, coming out of her mouth, and blood dripping from her head and mouth.

In another gorey scene, a man is stabbed in the eye from behind with a scythe. We see the bloody tip of the scythe (which was inserted from the back of his head) coming out of his eye, as well as some blood splattering around. There is also a shot picturing his bloody face and wound after the scythe was removed.

A young woman suddenly has a scalpel stabbed in her hand. She screams and the killer slits her throath. Blood splatters on a TV screen and pours copiously from the wound.

Another young woman, handcuffed to a bed, is attacked by a man/demon, who stabs her foot with a scythe, then amputates her hands (offscreen); we see the bloody stump in detail, as well as the man holding the bloodied handcuffs.

A young man is attacked behind a door (offscreen). Another young man tries to help him by grabbing his arm and dragging him out, but the other man's hand gets amputated (offscreen), so when his friend pulls back his arm, the man's hand comes along (we see the bloody amputated hand on the man's arm and on the floor for a few seconds). Shortly after, the young man opens the door and enters the room, only to find his friend lying on the floor next to a creepy man/demon (the one who cut his hand). We see the stump in close-up (blood pours from the severed wrist) while the young man cries in fear and pain.

A man is taken hostage by the killer/demon, who points a scythe to his throath, then puts him in a coffin and closes it. The girl goes to help him but is held by the killer/demon, who points the scythe at her throat. A young man on a motorcycle then jumps in and the killer/demon falls on a bear trap. The man in the coffin is taken out of it, badly injured (we see some blood on him) but still alive. The killer/demon cuts off his own arm with a scalpel to be free of the bear trap; the young man handcuffs his remaining arm to his own and stabs him in the chest with a cross. The killer/demon screams and blood spills out of his mouth. The man in the coffin is later taken to the hospital in an ambulance, but the killer/demon is still alive and well, so it is implied that he will kill him and the remaining characters.

3 people find a girl sitting on a rocking chair; when they touch her, the severed head, which was just endorsed on her neck, falls on the ground.

A girl steps on a large blood stain, follows a trail of blood, and finds a dissected female body in a bathroom. The dead woman's bloody severed head is placed inside a wicker basket, while her body is inside the bathtub, which is blood-filled to the brim (we see legs and arms popping out of the bloodied water).

A girl finds a dying young man lying on the floor. His shirt and head are drenched with blood (we see a bloody wound on his shoulder), as well as the carpet he's lying on. He gasps for air and dies shortly after.

A man finds a dead man crucified upside down in a church (we briefly see his bloodied face as he swings from left to right).

A girl finds a man's dead body lying on the floor (we see bloody wounds on his back).

A young man is attacked by the killer/demon (he gets injuried in the arm), who then holds a girl from behind while holding a weapon. A man then jumps on the girl to let her free and they both fall on the ground. Another man shoots the killer/demon, who breaks a window and falls out of it. We see him laying on the ground, seemingly dead but actually still alive.

A man is stabbed in the back with a scythe through a door (we see the bloody tip of the scythe). The man dies quickly, but afterwards we see his hand moving, and he is implied to get up and walk away. He is accidentally killed by his son, which stabs him through a blanket, mistaking him for the killer/demon. We see blood spilling out and the man dies.

A girl who is climbing down a building tied to a rope is attacked by the killer/demon, who breaks a window and tries to stab her with a scythe, but misses her.

In a church scene we a statue of Jesus Christ dripping blood, moving, and letting out laments like it's alive. The statue then falls and crashes on the floor.

A girl is killed offscreen with a scythe.

We see a young man's bloody hand holding a cross.

We see a dead man's hand inside a dark asylum room.

In one scene we see many coffins.

We see two coroners taking away a dead person's body inside a bodybag.

Men discuss about an old unsolved murder.

A man punches another man.

A nurse injects something in one insane patient (most likely a relaxant of sorts) in a quite brutal way (she suddenly inserts the syringe in his buttocks, offscreen); the man falls unconscious and she drags him back to his room (offscreen).

On TV we see several brief glimpses of a boxing match. Two men punch each other, then the winner throws the loser out of the ring.

An old man crossing the road at night is almost hit by a car.

A man takes a shotgun and shoots a mirror which is reflecting a man.

A girl reads a book which explains how to perform a ritual to defeat a demon, and later performs the ritual with a man. The killer/demon screams in pain while the ritual is being performed and is presumed dead.


"Shit", "Fuck", "Bullshit", "Bitch", "Son Of A Bitch", "Ass", "Dick", "Balls", "Piss", "Scumbag", "Stupid", "God", and "Christ" are all heard, some rarely, others more often.


Some of this movie's scenes are set in a frat house, so many people are randomly seen consuming alcohol. Cigarette smoking is also present.

Many beer bottles are seen on bar's tables and young people drink.

Several young men and women are seen drinking alcohol at a party (mostly beer). A man drinks whisky and vodka.

A young man smokes a cigarette.

A young woman smokes a cigarette.

A girl smokes a cigarette.

A nurse injects something in a patient (most likely a relaxant of sorts), who falls unconscious.


This is a slasher horror film and is quite scary and violent. The body count is high. The story is about a serial killer/demon and is set on Halloween. Many jump scares and tense moments throughout.

The scenes at the asylum are creepy and atmospheric. We hear patients screaming. In a dark room, we see the man of a sitting dead man with an insect walking on it.

The scenes taking place in a church at night do have a few scary moments.

The scenes in the frat house at night when the killer is around can be scary as well.

In one scene we see many coffins and, quickly after that, many bloody corpses.

The killer's appearance is very creepy and can frighten young viewers.

The church scene in which we a statue of Jesus Christ dripping blood, moving, and letting out laments might disturb religious people.

A girl reads and performs a ritual to defeat a demon. The scene where the killer/demon is killed is somewhat intense and might frighten young people, as well as the very last scene, in which we see the killer/demon is still alive.

Total: 38/50 (censored version) / 39/50 (uncensored version) - Suitable only for ages 14+ (bloody violence, terror, some sexuality, some nudity)


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