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MPAA Rated R for strong violence, grisly images, and language

Sex & Nudity

  • In one scene, a woman asks a man, "Do you know how to screw?"
  • A married couple in a car kiss and caress each other. Sex is not implied but is then interrupted. Both are fully clothed. No nudity is shown.
  • a man tries to undress his wife but she stops him the scene ends rapidly
  • some kisses in the beginning and ending of the movie

Violence & Gore

  • Much of the film is non-stop violence and action, with very strong gore throughout. People are killed in ways that are increasingly graphic and disturbing.
  • Fight scenes become incredibly violent and gory. For example, the first major fight scene ends with a man killing a man by putting the sharp edge of a knife horizontally inside of the man's mouth, and pulling back, slicing through his mouth.
  • A man makes many cuts on another man's face while he screams in pain.
  • A man and a woman are graphically shot in an elevator through its closed door. Massive amounts of blood spew out, and get on the walls and floor.
  • A man's head is blown off with a handgun. Brief, but very graphic and bloody.
  • A man's head is placed on a glass shard. Not too graphic compared to other scenes in the movie.
  • 2 scenes where a neck, & a stomach are cut open with bloody tissue matter, bones, & in the latter intestines.
  • Near the end of the movie 2 people get shot. Blood squirts during this scene but it only happens once, not rapidly.


  • Characters frequently use all sorts of language, including many uses of 'f--k', 's--t', and 'b---h'.

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • The main character is seen drinking whiskey in a bar, with another man holding the glass so he can drink it
  • A character tries to commit suicide via a drug overdose (he doesn't die from it).

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • This film contains lots of strong bloody violence throughout.


The Parents Guide items below may give away important plot points.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • The film deals with the horrors of giving control of your body to something else. The film ends with Grey's consciousness losing control, as STEM takes over his body permanently, carrying out acts of violence against a heroic character. The psychological aspect of this ending can be very disturbing to viewers, especially those who were not expecting a twist ending.

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