House at the End of the Street
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A young man and a young woman kiss passionately with him seated on a sofa and she straddles him.

A man and a woman kiss while in a car and the man tries to convince the woman to have sex with him right there (they are interrupted).

A young man sits on a bed next to a young woman and says, "You're pretty"; she says, "You're wasted," he makes a sexual remark and pushes her back on the bed, she pushes him away and leaves the room.

We see a teen girl walking down a hallway at night and she knocks over a floor lamp (she seems agitated) and when her mother comes to attend to her the girl raises a hammer over her back and hits her in the head or face (we hear crunching and the woman moans); the girl then charges into the bedroom where her father lies and beats him (we hear crunching and see feathers stained with blood falling from under the bed).

A young man squeezes a young woman so tightly that he breaks her neck (we see her fall limp in his arms).

A young man pushes a police officer down a flight of stairs, approaches the officer while holding a knife and stabs him in the stomach (we hear a crunch and see a bloody wound).

A young man stabs a woman in the stomach and throws her down a flight of stairs.

A young woman shoots a young man three times (we see bloody bullet wounds on his abdomen).

A young woman shoots a gun at a young man several times (she misses).

A young woman attacks a young man when he opens a door to her room; she hits him and bites him until he injects her with something that helps her relax.

A young man slams a young woman's head against a doorframe and she falls to the floor unconscious (we see her later strapped into a chair).

A wounded (seemingly dead) young man grabs a young woman who comes near him and a woman hits him in the head with a hammer (he falls unconscious).

A young woman attacks another young woman and tries to yell (she has a strap across her mouth) until a young man grabs her and injects her with a sedative.

Three young men break the windows and lights of another young man's car using a baseball bat; the young man confronts them and they all punch and kick him repeatedly (we see blood on his face), and he grabs one of the young men by the leg and snaps his ankle (we hear the crack and he screams) and then runs away.

A young woman runs from a house, through woods and toward another house with a young man chasing her; he grabs her and holds her mouth.

A young woman with a knife charges toward a car where a man and a woman are kissing, the woman screams and a young man grabs the young woman and holds her mouth to keep her from screaming.

A young man chloroforms a young woman and puts her into the trunk of a car.

A woman slaps a young boy hard across the face.

A young woman uses a lamp to burn the restraint off her wrist; we hear the sizzling of her skin and she winces in pain as she burns herself in the process.

An unconscious young woman is placed in the trunk of a car next to a dead young woman.

A dead body is placed on the trunk of a car and then disposed of in a marshy area.

A young man throws a lighted roll of toilet paper into a young man's house and it sets the curtains on fire.

A woman says, "We should burn that house to the ground."

We find out that one character who was thought to be nice is actually crazy because his sister died when they were kids and he kept replacing her after the replacement girls kept dying/ getting killed This may be upsetting, agitating, or even anger viewers after this is revealed.

3 sexual references, 1 scatological term, 1 hand gesture, 4 anatomical terms, 6 mild obscenities.

A woman smokes a drug from a foil packet and falls back onto a bed and we see her husband in a drug-induced state in a chair nearby.

Men and woman drink beer and wine at a dinner.

A woman drinks a bottle of wine and seems inebriated.

A young woman (she's under age) is shown passed out on a bed after drinking too much.

A young woman says, "I'm not much of a drinker" referring to having been drunk the night before.

Drugs: Ecstasy (a bag a ecstasy)


Many jump scenes throughout.

As the plot twists and turns and unravels, the proceedings get increasingly disturbing.

There's fighting, kidnapping, and killing.

Dead bodies are shown, but very little blood and gore are on display.

The ending is pretty intense.

Overall: 26/50

Rated PG-13 for intense sequences of violence and terror, thematic elements, language, some teen partying and brief drug material

Rated PG-13 for intense sequences of violence and terror, thematic elements, language, some teen partying and brief drug material
Argentina:16 / Brazil:14 / Canada:14A (Alberta/Manitoba/Ontario) / Canada:PG (British Columbia) / Canada:13+ (Québec) / France:12 / Germany:16 / Hong Kong:IIB / Iceland:16 (DVD rating) / Iceland:12 (VOD rating) / Iceland:14 (original rating) / Ireland:15A / Italy:VM14 / Japan:PG12 / Mexico:B / Netherlands:12 / Philippines:R-13 / Portugal:M/16 / Singapore:PG13 / South Korea:15 / UK:15 / USA:PG-13 (certificate #47081)

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