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Sex & Nudity

  • A nightclub stripper removes her clothes down to her underwear then, whilst in silhouette, she removes her skin to become a skeleton. This is filmed with cartoon animation and is amusing rather than disturbing. (Some animated silhouetted side boob is seen).

Violence & Gore

  • Very little violence. The Shadmock story shows the remains of a recently melted cat and the melted face of the woman who is very much alive. The melted effect is more akin to burnt tar rather than blood and gore. The Vampire Tale is comedic and contains two scenes of staking that take place off screen. A small amount of blood stain can be seen on a white shirt but this turns out to be merely tomato sauce. The Humgoo story whilst being the scariest has also the least amount of violence. Stones and pebbles are thrown but only one hits its intended victim and only the slightest blood trickle is shown.


Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • Drinks are served within the nightclub but these are non alcoholic. Simon Wards character in the Shadmoc story can be seen smoking and drink from a beer can.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • The first appearance of Eramus (Vincent Price) attacking John Carradine. The Shadmock whistling and it's effects. The Ghouls in the Humgoo story are zombie like in appearance.

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