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MPAA Rated R for disturbing bloody violence and strong language

Sex & Nudity

  • There is a shot in which you can clearly see a woman's rear. The shot goes on for about 3 seconds
  • Nothing serious. Some teenage girls are dressed in suggestive outfits paired with creepy masks, however this is rather for horror.
  • A girl says she will shout rape.

Violence & Gore

  • The portrayal of infliction of pain and injuries is depicted in the film with some detail of blood and gore but is not prolonged and/or frequent.
  • The film contains many scenes of violence, with some of the stronger scenes depicting people being shot in the head with blood spurts.
  • There are also scenes showing random people inflicting violence on one another during 'The Purge', such as an arrow penetrating a man's head from the side; a man's head being severed by a guillotine; corpses hung from a tree with people stabbing them; etc.
  • The film also shows the protagonist engaging in knife fights with contract killers, exchanging jabs and slashes with spurts of blood.


  • The film contains frequent utterances of f-ck and its derivative, along with other milder profanities (sh-t, a-shole, b-tch, etc.). C-nt is used twice as a derogatory name for a woman, and c-cksucker is used 5 times.
  • Besides the strong language, there are several stereotypical references to the black, the white, the politicians, teenagers, adults, and Americans in general.

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • Some masked girls pour some alcohol onto the street.
  • A man is said to be a life-long drug addict.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • Characters commiting violence are often seen wearing masks, this makes scenes depicting violence more horrific.
  • The film contains several gory and frightening scenes and a few jump scares.

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