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The character, Nurse Catherine, is believed to have a fetish with blood based on her dialogue.


Violence is shown, but is mostly mild. However, there are some bloody results.

Some examples. (There is more than this)

Mummy Dog and Mummy Papa are always seen a sharp object sticking out their heads and blood dripping.

Nurse Catherine is always sticking a giant needle in a character and sucking out their blood.

Cactus Gunman accidentally shoots Gregory in the head. Afterwards, Gregory chases Gunman with a shotgun in a comedic fashion.


Language isn't always used, but when it is, it's mild.


Zombies drink wine on occasion.

Some characters are seen smoking cigarettes.


Most horror elements in this show are psychological, like it gets into your mind. The opinions on its horror will differ from person to person, but something along the way will scare you. Like the main characters' strange back-stories, Neko Zombie, a cat character will a disturbing back-story for animal lovers, or the Lost Doll, a character made up of jump scares.

Total: 18/50

This is NOT a kid's show. It has disturbing themes and characters. Despite the low rating, only for mature teens+

Canada:18A (Manitoba) (season 1) / Canada:PG (Manitoba) (seasons 2 and 3) / Canada:G (Quebec) / USA:Not Rated (suggested 13+) (DVD rating)

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