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MPAA Rated R for disturbing violent and sexual content including graphic nudity, and language

Sex & Nudity

  • A fully nude woman is seen walking towards the main character, she displays full frontal nudity. Her breasts and pubic region are clearly shown.
  • A woman is seen with her breast exposed.
  • One of the boys is looking through Playpen magazine and images of topless women are shown.
  • A woman's breast is seen in her open robe.
  • A teen girl's father stands nude on their rooftop with legs and feet spread apart in the daytime, we see full frontal nudity, including pubic hair, testicles and penis.
  • As "It" is transmitted by having sexual intercourse, there are some sex scenes.

Violence & Gore

  • The violence in this movie is quite inconsistent and tame
  • The film opens with a girl running away from "It." She runs away to the beach and then the scene cuts to the morning where one of her legs is twisted at the knee and the other has a foot missing. The scene contains some blood


  • between 3 to 5 f-words
  • Infrequent profanity is present throughout, some of which alludes to sexual situations.

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • A character smokes cigarettes.
  • Some of the characters drink beer.
  • Underage kids drink liquor out of a flask and also mix it in their soda cans

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • A lot of the movie's frightening sequences are during the daytime, so it will scare most viewers. Trigger warning to those who have been a stalking victim or are suffering from paranoia, because this movie could potentially heighten bad memories or symptoms.
  • The film is very atmospheric, relying heavily on tone to set the mood. It is very intense and often surreal. Several frightening and intense scenes are present in the film.
  • Multiple scenes show "it" stalking people in various locations.


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Violence & Gore

  • A young girl is shown brutally murdered. We see her open-eyed corpse in the sand face up, with a leg broken inside out and twisted toward her head (both thighs are bloody and we see splintered bone emerging from the broken leg).
  • A woman is seen dead with her leg twisted and a bone sticking out of it.
  • A young man is killed, though the death is primarily off screen.
  • "It" is shot several times. We see blood spray across the wall.
  • "It" is shot in the pool near the end of the movie and the pool fills with blood.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • A teenage boy is murdered by the central antagonist, while it takes the form of his mother. "It" is then seen engaging in sexual intercourse with the boy's dead body. This scene is very intense and is built up over the course of a few minutes as the protagonist desperately tries to prevent it. The actual death is very brief and is only onscreen for a few seconds, but it can still potentially be extremely disturbing for some viewers.

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