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Full upper and lower female nudity in two scenes, both sex scenes. Three total sex scenes, two heterosexual, one lesbian, all at least a minute in duration, though no direct penetration is shown. Upper, extended female nudity in another two shower scenes.

Lots of repeated, clear gore. Entrails being pulled from chests and eaten, limbs being gnawed upon. Throats being ripped out by the zombies. Equal violence against the zombies - most are shot, usually in the head, but one is destroyed by a circular saw to the head, showing vividly the brain matter when done. Occasionally an explosion will send body parts and blood flying. One suicide occurs seconds after the camera pans away, with the man placing the muzzle in his mouth before it does.

Occasional use of the F word, S word and D word and a few blasphemed exhortations. Less than two dozen occurrences combined, not gratuitous for the genre.

No alcohol use, drug use, or smoking.


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