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1 / 10

A man says "What a waste of a perfectly good ass"

A man licks a woman's ear

A man grabs a woman

A zombie like creatures jaw is kicked off

A man is almost drowned by a dead woman

Some scenes are bloody, but it never stretches the TV-14 rating.

Mainly psychological scares.

25 / 50


Infrequent uses of hell, ass, damn and bitch.

We are told that Dr Andover gives his patients untested drugs, but we do not see them administered.

Psychologically scary.

In Episode 1 a woman's face suddenly changes from a smile to an unnatural looking frown, which is frightening.

A dead woman floats around, with her feet bent over and we see this several times (disturbing.)

16 +


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