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A man makes a sexual remark using his hand.

A man says a woman his small boobs.

A few mildly sexual remarks or comments although no actual sex or nudity is seen.

In the opening scene some skulls and bones are seen.

Two builders are attacked by zombies, one is tackled over and killed of-screen and the others lip is bitten of and is then also dragged of-screen.

Many scenes with zombies being shot, punched, kicked or hit with weapons such as shovels.

One scene involves a man with a sword slicing up zombies, a few limbs are cut of.

A man shoots some limbs of a zombie, the zombie bits onto his arm, the zombies head is blown of but the jaw is still attached to the mans arm.

A zombie baby is drop-kicked into the distance like a rugby ball, this may upset some viewers although it's meant to be funny and most people will just laugh.

A man is shot by another man, he dies from his wounds.

A zombie is blown up.

A zombie is decapitated.

One man is grabbed by zombies, his guts are pulled out, this is briefly shown onscreen.

Only one or two humans die during this film, although many zombies do. This is not a very gory film and the gore that is there is done for laughs (apart from one sad scene).

Multiple uses of 'tw*t' but not nearly as many as the amount of "f*cks" are said throughout.

One or two used of 'bugger'

'F*ck' is said very, very often and throughout the entire film.

A few other milder swearwords are used once or twice.

One scene about 5 seconds long is in a pub, so people are briefly seen drinking.

One or two harmless references to alcohol.

This is more of a comedy than a horror and so there are no actual scary scenes.

One or two mildly intense scenes.

One sad scene.

One or two of the violent scenes may scare young children or sensitive viewers.

Old people are seen swearing which some people may disapprove.



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