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Family guide to new movie releases

Katie Walsh, Tribune News Service on

Published in Parenting News


Rated R for violence, bloody images, drug use, sexual references and pervasive language.

What it’s about: A group of teens host a raucous hurricane party at a secluded mansion, and after they play a party game called Bodies, Bodies, Bodies, the bodies start hitting the floor.

The kid attractor factor: Teens will be drawn to the young ensemble cast, horror-comedy genre and Gen Z satire.

Good lessons/bad lessons: Don't do it for the TikTok. In fact, just put the phones down.

Violence: Bloody violence throughout, killings, bludgeonings, fighting, shooting, falling, etc.


Language: Strong language and swearing throughout.

Sex: Kissing, references to sex.

Drugs: On screen cocaine use and discussion of drug addiction.

Parents’ advisory: This one is too mature for kids — teens only.


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