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Parents Guide for
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No Actual Sex or Nudity Throughout, Some References to a Woman Being Pregnant, but not much.

Not especially graphic, there's relatively little gore that is shown clearly.

A zombie eats a woman's arm (not fully shown).

The corpse of an elderly woman with her arm torn off is briefly, but clearly, shown.

A zombie is decapitated by a young boy using a shovel. Not shown in explicit detail.

Several people are shown being bitten in the neck by zombies, but very little blood or gore is shown in these sequences.

Several zombies are shown being shot in the head, with visible entrance wounds and blood splatter.

A young girl shoots a zombie in the head.

A boy (who is killed off-screen by a zombie soon after) accidentally shoots his brother, who soon becomes a zombie. The first boy also becomes a zombie, and is then shown being hit by a car.

A zombie is shown with a fork stuck in its eye, and another is shown to have suffered severe burns to its face. However, the injuries are not shown happening, and the sequence is mainly played for laughs.

A zombie with an empty eye socket and severe facial scarring is briefly shown.

A man shoots another man.

A large group of zombies is shown attacking people and eating human flesh.

Very little profanity.

Adults drink cocktails. Adults and Fido (zombie) smoke cigarettes. No drug use.

Nine, everything is very comical. There could be some emotional tension but thats it.

If taken the right way, this film is a zombie halloween family film and is ok for kids 10 and up.

Rated R for zombie-related violence (re-rating)
Australia:MA15+ / Brazil:12 / Canada:14A (Alberta/British Columbia/Manitoba/Ontario) / Canada:13+ (Quebec) / Finland:K-13 / France:Tous publics / Germany:16 / Iceland:14 / Japan:PG-12 / Netherlands:16 / New Zealand:R13 / Portugal:M/16 / Singapore:NC-16 / UK:15 / USA:PG-13 (original rating) / USA:R (re-rating)

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