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A man talks about getting jalapeno pepper juice on his genitals and that he screamed in pain and was told to dip his genitals in a cup of milk (which he did).

Many creatures with crab-like legs crawl on an astronaut's face until his head appears to explode and blood splatters on a vessel window.

We see a bloody spot on an astronauts shirt, he pulls back his shirt to reveal a large, bloody gash, and another astronaut uses a tool to dig something out from the hole (we see blood and tissue and the tool going inside the hole); he pulls something out (it's impossible to make it out), it screeches and splats on the floor.

A man's skin darkens and his eyes become extremely bloodshot as the infection from a wound worsens; he becomes violent.

An astronaut says, "Something's moving, it's in my suit, it's in my helmet," he screams and we see something that looks like a crab running across his visor.

An astronaut grabs another astronaut's hand and tells him never to touch him again (the astronaut is looking at the other astronaut's infected wound).

An astronaut in an orbiter says to two astronauts on the moon's surface, "Don't make me leave you," when he cannot reach them by radio.

We read that three astronauts died in independent crashes and their bodies were never recovered.

A lunar mission is billed as being "unmanned" although there are three men onboard the craft.

At least 1 F-word, 2 scatological terms, 4 anatomical terms .

People drink beer at a cook-out in the very begging.

And a man talks about another man having a few too many.

Lots of 'jump' scenes.

some death

There are moon rocks that turn into aliens.

As a man flies into space, a bunch of "rocks" float up and turn into spiders.

Two ships crash together.

An astronaut gets infected and goes crazy, with a hammer.

The body of a Russian cosmonaut is found decayed and rotten.

It is implied that most of the characters, presumed dead, are never recovered.

Suggested MPAA Rating-Rated PG-13 for disturbing sequences and brief strong language.

Rated PG-13 for some disturbing sequences, and language

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