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Parents Guide for
Dracula: The Musical (2010) (V) More at IMDbPro »

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The vampire sisters have an entire song were they try to seduce Jonathan. They dance and moves around him seductively and carasses him and one forces him to tuch her clothed breast. The also rip off his shirt.

Lucy has some clevage showing as a vampire.

The vampire sisters makes several sexual references such as; love is that of flesh and blood, have you ever given yourself to a woman and such.

Mina tries to seduce van Helsing.

Lucy is staked by Morris, but the impact is not shown. Morris talks about having almost sexual feelings about staking her.

Many vampires are staked and are implied to have their heads cut off. This is very milde.

Vampires bite people at several points. None of this is violent, and blood is only seen once.

Dracula cut down several people in the begining. No blood is shown.

A woman commits suicide. No blood.

A gypsy is shot.

Renfiels bites a ward. We see blood on his mouth.

Dr. Seward is seen severa times taking pills that oblviously are drugs.

Jonathan drinks whine at one point.

Dracula might frighten younger viewers. He acts and looks frighting.

The ending will probably scare younger viewers.

Some viewers might find some of the musical sequences intense.

The killing of a child is implied. The mother come to look for her child and is implied to be killed.

Lucy as a vampire can be a bit scary for younger children.

In the end, the movie should have had a lower rating. It's to milde to be rated 15. It should have been rated 11.


Certification:
Sweden:15 (video rating)

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