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Sex & Nudity

"Creepshow III" features several references to sexual activity, including frequent strong references to prostitution and pimping. In one scene, a male is handcuffed to a bed while a woman straddles him. However, there is next to no nudity featured in the film.

Violence & Gore

Despite it's cartoony and comedic approach, "Creepshow III" has several violent and very bloody scenes, including a woman being hacked to pieces with a drill, a man stabbed in the chest repeatedly, shootings to the head, severed body parts etc. In fact, "Creepshow III" is probably the gorier than the original Stephen King/George Romero-helmed Creepshow films.


"Creepshow III" has very strong language throughout, including some racial slurs. "Creepshow III" contains more bad language than the original Creepshow films.

Smoking, drinking and drugs are featured fairly heavily in two stories inparticular, these being the 2nd story, "The Radio", and the film's final story, "Haunted Dog".

There are really no particularly scary scenes in the film, no more so than T.V. shows such as "Goosebumps" or "Are You Afraid of the Dark?" - the film tends to rely more on 'blood 'n guts' that it does all-out scares. Some scenes however, would be considered frightening for very young and/or sensitive children.

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Rated R for bloody horror violence and gore, language, some drug use and sexual material

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