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Since the beliefs that parents want to instill in their children can vary greatly, we ask that, instead of adding your personal opinions about what is right or wrong in a film, you use this feature to help parents make informed viewing decisions by describing the facts of relevant scenes in the title for each one of the different categories: Sex and Nudity, Violence and Gore, Profanity, Alcohol/Drugs/Smoking, and Frightening/Intense Scenes.
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Sex & Nudity

A man has sex with a girl, not seen, only implied. Afterwards she is seen in a bra and underwear.

Some sexual dialogue.

A man says he was watching porn on his mothers laptop.

A brothel is set up and a young man repeatedly visits. He sees the same girl ever time, who asks if he'd like "the girlfriend experience". It is assumed that they have sex. This is then used as blackmail material for the young man by another woman.

Sex lives are discussed occasionally.

A girl refers to a man having sex with a zombie as "necrophilia"

In a dream sequence, a woman tells a man that she would like to "give him pleasure". It is implied that she is about to perform oral sex on him (only the man's face is shown) when he wakes up from the dream.

Two young men kiss passionately more than once.

Violence & Gore

A girl shoots at zombies. A thick black liquid spurts and splatters onto walls. Bloody and graphic.

A girl has her head hit on a metal shelf and then she is eaten by zombies. Only seen briefly in flashbacks. But still brutal. Blood splats briefly onto the shelf.

A man vomits black goo and collpases, which is quite disturbing.

The home guard who keep a look out for Partially Deceased Sufferers (Recovered Zombies) find an old man has been hiding his wife who was a zombie in his house. They drag her out kicking and screaming. She begs them to spare her and her husband wails. She is shot in the head. Nothing is seen. This scene is very emotionally intense and upsetting.

A man is bitten by zombies. A bloody wound is seen.

A man shoots at zombies, they are not killed.

A man tells another how to stab someone in the brain.

A man is found with a knife in the back of his head. Graphic.

A woman frantically slashes at a man with a knife. She cuts his hands and bloody wounds are seen.

A man is shot in the chest with a shotgun. His chest shoots into a bloody pulp and blood shoots onto the ground behind him and onto a wall behind him.This shooting is bloody and unexpected. He is seen afterwards and his gory and bloody wounds are seen. This is the bloodiest killing in the series.

The recovered zombies are threatened and abused by the public.

There are other scenes of zombies being shot at with bloody results. The blood is seen as a black but still graphic.

Profanity

There are a handfull of F-Words. Maybe 10-15.

Other milder language, shit, bastard.

The recovered zombies are called 'Rotters' which they find upsetting.

Some casual smoking and drinking. Nothing harsh.

A man states he is going to get his son drunk.

A fictional drug called "blue oblivion" is taken by zombies. It is inhaled in the same way as cocaine. The effects of the drug are that the zombies turn "rabid" again.

There is a scene in a zombie nightclub. Zombies can get "high" on brains (they are seen eating sheep's brains) and the effects are similar to drunkenness.

There are many scenes of zombies attacking and eating a girl. Scary and disturbing though not fully seen.

Some scenes of zombies found in dark palces such as forrests.

There is a scene where zombeis are hunted in forrests.

A teenager goes into a cave where zombies dwell. Intense.

A teenager killed himself only to be resurrected. He has a conversation about this to his father who breaks down and cries. Very sad.

The scene where a man is found with a knife in the back of his head by his best friend is very upsetting.

Would be rated 15 for- Some stong bloody violence, emotionally intense scenes and some strong language

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