Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter
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Sex & Nudity

A man falls on a floor in a cabin where he sees a dead bare-chested woman. This is non sexual.

One scene when a man walks in on another man and a woman having sex in a very bubbly bathtub. There is no nudity but you do hear moaning and see the woman bouncing on top of the man. This is very brief because the man then shuts the door. The woman steps out, nude, but all nudity is covered by a conveniently large towel.

A man is seen about to rape a woman. A vampire comes up behind him and bites his neck, the woman backs away and very briefly her breast is visible.

Though there is visible cleavage, there are no visible nipples in any scene.

Violence & Gore

A boy is beaten with a whip and later a man punches the guy with the whip.

A young boy sees a vampire below his bed (on a bunk) next to his mother. He later sees his mother thrashing about from the wound the vampire gave her.

A man shoots a vampire in the head but he survives and beats the man.

A man kills vampires. This is done very graphically.

A vampire is seen with an old rounded bullet in his eye.

Many vampires heads' are decapitated.

In several scenes, vampires bite human throats.

Many men are seen dead on a battlefield. Lots of blood is seen on the ground, etc.

A young boy is seen dying from a vampire infliction.

A woman picks up a musket and shoots a vampire with a necklace that has a toy sword on the end. The vampire is then seen with the end of the necklace hanging from its head where the toy sword is.

Profanity

1 f-word, 1 anatomical term.

Several bar scenes feature men drinking whiskey.

A wedding reception shows people drinking champagne.

A man drinks wine first thing in the morning.

A man takes a mouthful of wine at his plantation.

The whole movie especially on vampire fighting scene is quite bloody.

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MPAA:
Rated R for violence throughout and brief sexuality

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