Parents need to know that Cyber Hell: Exposing an Internet Horror is a Korean-language documentary with subtitles. Based on actual digital sex crime cases, the film follows social media investigation led by law enforcement officials, journalists, and victims. Images and references include objectification of young women, teens, and kids as well as stalking, rape, guns, blackmailing, harassment and threats, online doxing of personal information, blurred nude photos, child pornography, sexually exploitative videos, photos of pens stuffed inside female genitals, death by suicide, and narcotics trafficking. Swear words include "ass," "bitch," "bulls--t," "f--ked," "f---ing," "hell," and "s--tty." Slurs include "personal p---y," "slave," and "scumbag." Positive themes include trying to be aware of internet clickbait, using precaution when sharing personal information online, and strength in the face of adversity.