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There are multiple scenes of violence, however it is not graphic and is quick.

A storm hits a boat; there is a prolonged scene which the members of the ship are seen being thrashed around in the water, and eventually the boat capsizes, one of the members is thrown out and dies.

A man is impaled in the head by a hook on a wall. He pulls his head out of it and blood sputters everywhere. We later see the bloody hole in his head, this is seen multiple times in the film.

A man is shot in the chest and he falls off a balcony.

A man and woman are also shot multiple times, this is seen multiple times in the film.

A man is slit in the throat and is stabbed repeatedly, and a woman is stabbed in the stomach and bleeds to death.

We find a man dead in a cabin, with blood splattered all over the walls.

A woman bashes another woman to death with a metal mallet. Not graphic, but it is heard and can be disturbing.

A seagull hits a windshield and blood is seen, she then throws the dead seagull into the ocean, where there are multiple dead seagulls.

A car crash is seen, a woman and her child dies; we see their bodies.

A woman slaps her Autistic child in the face and verbally abuses him.

About 15 or 16 F-Words and there are few other mild profanities.

Name calling (bitch, freaking psycho, skitzo, asshole, retarded and slut).

A woman asks another if she'd like some champagne, she agrees (though we don't see them drinking it).

The film can be intense, but isn't as horrific and disturbing compared to other horror films.

The deaths and the car crash scenes can be frightening and violent.

A woman's violent outburst toward her Autistic child can be disturbing to those who have lived through it.

MPAA/USA - Rated R for violence and language.

BBFC/UK - Rated 15 (strong violence, horror, language).


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Rated R for violence and language
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