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MPAA Rated R for vampire violence
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Sex & Nudity

  • A vampire kills a woman by biting her chest just below the collarbone and drinking her blood, which she obviously enjoys. This is shot as a sensual love scene but is not overtly sexual at all. (Quite unlike the outright sexual element in "Blade")
  • A human enters a bar which is a hideout for vampires. One of the vampires notices she has no marks and she replies, "You haven't seen the rest of my body." To which a female vampire says, "Is that an invitation?"
  • Some mildly sexual scenes:
  • Two girl (groupies) are brought to Lestat. He seduces them but nothing sexual occurs.
  • A woman tried to coax Lestat to suck her blood by making a small cut on her chest above her breast.
  • A non-graphic, no nudity scene between two vampires. They are together in a bath covered in rose petals. She rises from the water, indicating oral sex may have occurred.

Violence & Gore

  • A vampire rips out a person's heart out from his chest and then drinks the blood from it.
  • This is a horror movie. People are bitten, blood is everywhere, vampires explode.

Profanity

  • Several uses of the f-word in song lyrics that play mainly in the background. There are also uses of words like "hell" and "bitch" in the songs' lyrics. However, there is no profanity spoken in the characters' dialogue at all.

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • There's a nightclub scene where people are drinking.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • Despite its R-rating, this is very tame by today's standards. If released today, it would probably be rated PG-13: for some vampire violence including some bloody/gruesome images and sensuality.

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