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4/10

Part I:

One character masturbates while watching porn, nothing is shown but his face (but can still hear moaning in the background).

A man and a woman are about to have sex until voices on a baby monitor stop them.

Part II:

According to interviews, different summaries, etc. The Main Character is implied to be gay. This is briefly brought up twice.

Part III:

A man and a woman flirt. Brief sexual references such as masturbation. Later they kiss but the man stops her because he's married.

3/10

Some very mild scenes

Part I:

Blood is shown on the man's foot after he was injured by a rat trap.

A woman burns to death (no blood or gore is shown).

Part II:

A man slaps a woman.

Part III:

A character spikes multiple characters water with GHB and talks about how it killed one of them. (You don't see them die).

7/10

A lot of f-words and a few other milder profanity throughout. Part II has the most language.

A character is shown drinking and driving

A character buys cocaine

3/10

Part I:

At night a man starts to hear noises. The house is dark and he speculates that it is a poltergeist.

Part III:

After the man is spiked with GHB, he begins to have hallucinating effects and begins coughing.


MPAA:
Rated R for language, some drug content and sexuality

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