- Explaining a film plot, badly
From the Washington Post
“Pet Sematary” is a remake of the 1989 horror movie; both films are based on Stephen King’s 1983 novel. While it’s not excessively heavy on gore, it’s plenty violent. Expect creepy, disturbing imagery and brief scenes of struggling, strangling and stabbing. A few scenes (including nightmare sequences) show blood dripping or gushing. Characters die, and a dead cat and a nearly dead bird are seen. A gun is shown, and a gunshot is heard. Language includes several uses of “f—,” “s—” and “damn.” A married couple kisses and embraces playfully and passionately in bed. A character smokes cigarettes, and several people drink whiskey (one glass is drugged with a sleeping powder).
Posted 1 month ago
Characters are killed, and there are torn-up body parts, severed heads and limbs, and gouged tongues and eyeballs. There’s also lots of fighting, with punching, throwing and smashing, as well as slicing and stabbing with swords and arrows. Scenes include creepy monsters and other scary stuff, and children’s bodies are briefly shown hanging from a ceiling. Language is also strong, with frequent use of “f—,” “s—” and more. There’s a quick, non-graphic glimpse of a topless woman, seen from the side, and a couple of spoken sexual references. Hellboy (David Harbour) sometimes gets very drunk, with no consequences.
A decent family guy is due to retire. His mentally ill (but fundamentally well-meaning) friend kind of messes things up for him.
Shaun Of The Dead.Posted 1 month ago
Two thirty-something slackers grab some mates and go to the pub to try and avoid civil unrest. May contain some matricide.
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