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Parents Guide for
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No sex or nudity.

A woman is seen in a bath tub (no nudity is shown)

A girl gets up from bed and we see a man in bed with her, it is implied that they had sex before.

There is no gore and mild violence. The following may only be in the unrated edition.

Several suicides are shown, including slit wrists, hung people, and a person shooting himself in the mouth with blood splattering on the wall behind him (quite unsettling). At a different part of the movie an unnamed person is seen jumping from a tall tower and hitting the ground in one continuous shot.

good amount of language

One "F" word, along with other stronger language, though none were too extreme.

When Mattie first enters Josh's apartment, she finds his cat emaciated and dying. Very disturbing for animal lovers.

Some might think the virus is very disturbing.

A creature pops out of a dryer machine and sucks the life out of a woman

There are many suicide scenes.

The last scenes of the movie are very frightening.


MPAA:
Rated PG-13 for intense sequences of sci-fi terror, disturbing images, language, sensuality and thematic material (Edited for re-rating)

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