I'm just going to quote a few of the other reviews first:
"There is toplessness but nothing that a kid over the age of 10 hasn't seen."
"'Halloween' is very frightening at times and it does contain SOME drug use and sexual content but nothing a mature seven-year old can't handle."
"classic horror my first R rated horror movie saw it when i was 6. Ok for 2 and up."
I would continue, but what's the point?
Ok, so this is not The Texas Chainsaw Massacre or Saw. Does that mean you want your young impressionable children being exposed to this? There are so many studies that show that violence in movies (particularly sadistic violence like the violence portrayed in horror films like this one) has an awful effect on young children. So, what if they can handle it? I could probably handle having my legs chopped off too, but does that mean I would go do it? And just because your kids have probably seen a woman's breasts before they turn ten (and I certainly hadn't seen many breasts when I was ten) doesn't mean that you should willingly expose them to more.
I'll stop now before I get really upset. I guess I should have known when I was reading reviews by people who enjoy these kinds of movies that they would have different views about films.
Just out of curiosity, how old do you think your kids should be before they see the Saw movies? Twelve?