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I, Frankenstein
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The occasional shirtless male. Some cleavage

Gargoyles descend demons to hell throughout the movie, in which the demons erupt in streams of fire

Slashing and slicing throughout and the demons try to possess animated corpses like Frankenstein who supposedly are soulless although frankenstein actually has a soul

Fantasy violence though no blood and the demons aren't very well done or scary

1 s-word, 1 damn, 1 hell

A very brief scene of smoking; drinking takes place at a nightclub.

Demons may be scary, considering they're demonic members of an army led by the demon prince who tries to possess re-animated corpses with the descended spirits to take over the world as we know it


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Rated PG-13 for sequences of intense fantasy action and violence throughout
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