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At the beginning of the film, a couple begins to undress to have sex (no nudity) until a werewolf attacks the woman.

A man gets impaled on a tree and spits out blood

A man gets his stomach ripped open and we see his intestines hanging out (he's still alive), and another man tries to fit it back in.

A man stabs his knife through a werewolf's forearm sticking through the sunroof of a van and lots of blood spurts out. It tries to remove it's forearm from the sunroof and gets it stuck, it finally does remove it and the forearm gets split in half.

The same man who was nearly disembowelled earlier gets his intestines chewed up by a dog. A man nearly shoots the dog, but another man vomits on his head, which get him to stop.

Several werewolves are shot in one scene, we see lots of blood spray from the wounds.

A werewolf's arm is cut off and we see lots of blood spray. We later see the arm on his shoulder.

A werewolf is shot out a widow, and we see lots of blood flying out as he falls out of the window.

A man is chewed up by a werewolf and lots of blood is splattered. His face is chewed off and his head is bitten off. Blood splatters all over the windshield, and we see blood wiped up by the wipers.

A man's stomach is eaten up and we later see blood and entrails spilling out.

A werewolf's tooth is ripped out and it gets stuck in the wall (some blood).

A man stabs a werewolf repeatedly and blood splatters everywhere.

A werewolf is stabbed in the head with a meat hook and blood literally pours out.

Two werewolves tear a man apart and we see blood, brains, intestines, entrails, bones, and stomach contents everywhere. They then start fighting over a bone.

A werewolf is shot in the face and we see blood splatter all over the camera.

The F-Word is used for most of the movie.

Other uses or words included "Shit" and "Cunt."

Alcohol is used briefly in one scene.

The whole movie is very intense and disturbing, will have you on the edge of your seat the whole time.

A dog gets shot at the beginning of the movie (not shown; only implied), which is quite sad.

Rated R for strong violence/gore and language

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