The Last Days on Mars
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Sex & Nudity

None

Violence & Gore

Note Spoilers.

One of the crew gets impaled in the stomach by a drill. Lots of blood. One of the crew gets impaled in the neck by an axe - not much in the form of blood seen. Crew members die painful deaths when a bacteria takes over their system and their veins turn black until they turn into blackish zombie like creatures. One of the crew members bashes the others head in with a rock - seen from a distance no blood or gore One of the crew members crushes the others nose and skull with his helmet while still on his head. Lots of blood and the mutilated face of the dead crewmen is seen. Blood seen floating in space during this sequence.

Profanity

Frequent foul language - "prick" and many uses of "fuck".

The crew is seen injecting antibiotics with a hypodermic needle on several occasions in an attempt to stop or postpone the bacterial infection. No uses of alcohol, cigarettes or recreational drugs.

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Rated R for violence and language

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