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Solomon Kane
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Parents Guide for
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Sex & Nudity

There is a reference to rape, however it is not shown

Violence & Gore

the main theme of the movie is that Solomon is an "evil man" and that Satan is coming to send him to hell. Solomon then realizes he doesn't want to go to Hell, and starts a path of peace and Christianity. Solomon then must start to kill again when the people he cares about are killed and one is kidnapped. Solomon wrestles with the fact he will burn if he kills again but decides to kill anyways.

Lots and lots of "religious backed" violence (killing for good reasons)

Two main characters are revealed to be demons working for Satan and Solomon must confront his fear of killing again to take care of these people.

Profanity

Several uses of damn in a religious setting and Some slight graphic profanities but nothing over the top

None (if any it is very very brief)

Two scenes in particular involving demonsare very graphic and intense

The ongoing Heaven/Hell themes can be rough for some viewers, however there is a general message of redemption and good triumphing over evil

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Rated R for violence throughout

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