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The violence is kind of strong but definitely not prolonged.

Five or more people die.

A lady has a flashback where she turned off someone's life support machine when she was young resulting in that person dying.

Water flows from a spigot and forms a puddle. The puddle reaches a guy working on electrical wires and he gets electrocuted and fried up real badly. We see the grisly aftermath but not real close. His body later disappears.

A lady disappears and is believed to die.

A guy gets crushed and suffocated to death with a coil of chain falling down. Blood starts seeping out of his mouth, and then something falls down and crushes his mouth. This results in a large pool of blood.

A guy is killed by a spirit and then coughs up liquid before dying.

A man threatens another man with a knife.

There are numerous shouting, arguments, and fights thru/o the film.

There are nearly 20 f*cks, one use of the phrase c*cksucker, $hit is used countless times, d*mn is used several times, and other lighter language is used as well.

Some of the characters drink from a flask thru/o the film. One guy apparently is an alcoholic who is in the AA program.

The whole film is pretty frightening and suspenseful.

The one scene where the girl turns off the life support machine is really disturbing.

There's really no jump scenes but music and sound effects are quite tense and suspenseful thru/o the whole film.


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Rated R for language and violence
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