Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension
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Non-explicit references to sexual activity.

At one point, two men watch a tape that shows a couple preparing to have sex; however, the couple is interrupted before anything happens.



In the beginning of the film, a man's back is broken by an unseen force. On-screen, but no gore.

A young girl coughs up blood after playing a single note on a recorder for a long time.

A woman vomits up black goo onto a man, whose face burns as if covered in acid- briefly shown, not gory.

A ghostly hand bursts through a man's chest, killing him. Some blood, but shown in night-vision, dulling the impact.

A woman is strangled offscreen.



Near-constant language; the F-bomb is heard frequently, typically in response to some bizarre event or another.



One character gives another "Belgian chocolate;" it is strongly implied (but not explicitly stated) that this chocolate is, in fact, hashish.

References to one character being a marijuana smoker are made, but nothing is shown.



Jump scares throughout, but the film largely has a campy, almost self-parodying vibe.

Appropriate for 13+.


MPAA:
Rated R for language and some horror violence

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