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Common Sense says

age 14+

Based on our expert review

Parents say

age 12+

Based on 4 reviews

Kids say

age 13+

Based on 27 reviews

age 10+
(SPOILERS FOR THE MOVIE) This was a thrilling horror movie. My 11-year-old was not scared at all by this movie and so was i.
age 11+

Fun movie for tweens at a sleepover

I really enjoyed this movie. I get disturbed by violence very easily but I did think this was that violent. When a character dies it cuts away so you can’t see anything. Some dead bodies are shown in the background but it is not very violent. A male doctor is inappropriate to a female doctor but she gets away before anything to bad was shown. This movie has some positive messages about how you have to stick together to to survive. There were also some great role models like an older sister willing to die to save her younger sister. Overall I loved this movie and highly recommend it!

This title has:

Great messages
Great role models
age 13+

Has its pros and cons

This is a great scary movie but it does come with it’s cons -There is a scene where a man threatens to rape the main character - There is a lot of violence and blood in this movie so be prepared for that -This movie is really scary so make sure you’re totally ready - There isn’t that much cussing but it’s still there Be prepared for the scares and make sure your kid is ready for this movie and if they are then they’ll have a great time.
age 14+

Enjoyable Movie

It’s based on modern society and how easy it is to get pressured into doing something you don’t want do like downloading an app.