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Violent Night

age 16+

Gore, language in over-the-top but appealing Santa movie.

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Wednesday

age 12+

Dead bodies, spooky imagery in clichéd, darkly comic drama.

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Game

Marvel's Midnight Suns

age 13+

Marvel's supernatural side takes the spotlight.

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Marvel's Midnight Suns

age 13+

Marvel's supernatural side takes the spotlight.

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Movie

Strange World

age 8+

Sci-fi adventure/tender family drama has scares, peril.

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Heartstopper

age 13+

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"A must watch"

This is a fantastic show. It's inclusive, fun and full of positive role models.
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