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Lady Death
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Parents Guide for
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The lead female character wears skimpy clothing throughout the film. Her nipples are accentuated through her clothing.

Women are shown kissing and "feeling up" each other.

Female statues are shown topless. We can see their breasts.

We see a mostly naked girl tied up. Nothing is shown.

A man is shown sliced in the stomach by a sword. We only see blood. We then see his arm get sliced off. Again, we only see blood.

A teenage boy's head is cut off by a sword. We only see blood.

A man is shot in the forehead with an arrow. We only see blood.

A man's chest expands and then a hole appears releasing spirits. No blood or gore.

Satan (Lucifer) appears out of a man's chest. No blood or gore.

Dead bodies are shown on spears, blood is shown.

A girl is shown burning at the stake. We see her skin burn, bubble, and melt.

A girl is tied up and whipped. We see blood on her back.

A girl is thrown through a window and lands in a river.

A girl is attacked by dogs. She beats them with a bone and magic.

A man is shot in the chest by magical energy beams.

Demons are shot with arrows. We see blood.

A demon is choked by magic and then stabbed in the hand.

A girl is in an Iron Maiden. It's closed on her and we see blood pouring out of it and her wounds.

A hand gets stepped on a crunched. We see blood.

A demon get sliced in half. We see blood.

A woman is slapped.

A demon is stabbed in the shoulder and stomach. He's then impaled and decapitated. His body and head is shown later. Blood is shown.

A man's skin is mutated and he's decapitated.

Demons are shown being killed in various ways. Most show blood.

"Hell" is used as a proper name.

The whole movie deals with good vs. evil, Heaven vs. Hell, God vs. Satan, and dark magic.


Certification:
Australia:M / Canada:14A / Germany:16 / UK:15 / USA:TV-14 (re-release) (V, S, L) / USA:Not Rated (suggested 17+)

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