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Kid, 12 years old September 21, 2015

Scary but LOTS of sex

This movie is a good remake but there's lots of sex there is graphic nudity lots of violence and lots of Gore I recommend watching it on an empty stomach there's also a lot of bad words i'd say they say over 100 F words 100 S words and a lot of other words
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Kid, 11 years old November 11, 2012

Kids safety

This movie is great but only teenagers (adults) should watch it
Teen, 16 years old Written bydavidguitar15..... March 14, 2011
The current best horror/thriller movie ive seen...not for kids though
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Too much violence
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Too much swearing
Teen, 13 years old Written byHorrorMovieFanatic February 26, 2016

Teen Slasher Remake Is Brutal And Bloody

Halloween (2007) is a horror/slasher film by Rob Zombie starring Sheri Moon Zombie (Deborah Myers), Tyler Mane (The Shape), Scout Taylor-Compton (Laurie Strode), Danielle Harris (Annie Brackett), Daeg Faerch (The Shape), Malcom McDowell (Samuel Loomis), Brad Dourif (Sheriff Leigh Brackett), Bill Moseley (Zach 'Z-Man' Garett), Danny Trejo (Ismael Cruz), Leslie Eaterbrook (Patty Frost), William Forsythe (Ronnie White), Kristina Klebe (Lynda Van Der Klok), Lew Temple (Noel Kluggs), Hnna R. Hall (Judith Myers), Sid Haig (Chester Chesterfield), Tom Towles (Larry Redgrave), Clint Howard (Doctor Koplenson), Dee Wallace (Cynthia Strode), Skyler Gisondo (Tommy Doyle), Ken Foree (Big Joe Grizzly), Daryl Sabara (Wesley Rhoades), Richard Lynch (Principal Chambers), Daniel Roebuck (Lou Martini), Udo Kier (Morgan Walker), Sybil Danning (Nurse Wynn), Micky Dolenz (Derek Allen), Nick Mennell (Bob Simms), Pat Skipper (Mason Strode), Jenny Gregg Stewart (Lindsey Wallace), Adam Weisman (Steve Halley), Max Van Ville (Paul), Richmond Arquette (Deputy Charles), Mel Fair (Taylor Madison), Nikki Taylor Melton (Princess #1), Jeremy Maxwell, Nancy Truman, John Demita and Daamen J. Krall released on August 31, 2007. It is a very gory film that is brutal and bloody. Because of its high scariness factor, common sense media says that this film is iffy for kids 17 and under. Children and teenagers 17 and under should be accompanied by adult supervision. Summary: Nearly two decades after being committed to a mental institution for killing his stepfather and older sister, Michael Myers (Tyler Mane) breaks out, intent on returning to the town of Haddonfield, 3. He arrives in his hometown on Halloween with the indomitable purpose of hunting down his younger sister, Laurie (Scout Taylor-Compton). The only thing standing between Michael and a Halloween night of bloody carnage is psychologist Dr. Samuel Loomis (Malcolm McDowell). That was it for the non-spoilery review. Spoilers start now. SPOILERS: Positive Messages: Most of the film's characters range from merely unsympathetic to absolute loathsome, including creepy and nasty grownups and bullying and promiscuous teenagers (one of whom talks gleefully about manipulating her parent's divorce for her own ends). Some of this is used to illustrate the environment that makes Michael Myers into a vicious killing machine----------------------------------i.e. that his victims "deserve" it----------------------------------------------------but other characters who are inoffensive (and even gentle) die just as hideously. Positive Role Models: Not applicated. Violence: Horrendous up-close beatings, bashings, stabbings, hangings, and strangulation. One victim is left dangling on a door, pinned by the knife; another is drowned as blood fountains out of his mouth. Two people are shot at close range. Viewers see victims' faces in bloody close-up most of the time. Many pets are killed, but viewers only see evidence photos. Sex: Lots of teenage sex, with near-full female nudity. Another character, an exotic dancer, gyrates in minimal clothing. Kids and adults talk crudely and enthusiastically about masturbation, promiscuity, and stepfather incest. The pages of pornographic magazines are riffled through, and one victim thinks Michael Myers is looking for a homosexual act in a bathroom stall. Language: "F--k" and "s--t" are used routinely (even by kids); other language includes "c--t" spelled out (oh good, it's educational). Consumerism: Plugs for other horror movies admired by the filmmakers, in the form of clips from The Thing and White Zombie. Heavy selection of pop-rock tunes on the soundtrack, KISS T-shirt, one prominent porn magazine title. Drinking, Drugs, & Smoking: High schoolers smoke and drink beer. Positive Messages: 0%. Positive Role Models: 0%. Violence: 100%. Sex: 100%. Language: 100%. Consumerism: 60%. Drinking, Drugs, & Smoking: 60%. This was a superb horror movie with lots of gruesome, bloody deaths. Please parents reconsider before allowing your kids to watch this movie. It is highly inappropriate with vulgar language, sex scenes and much more. Grade: A
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Teen, 13 years old Written by2jayz October 21, 2014

It's a decent remake

This movie is ultra violent. It has many beatings, stabbings, and strangulations. There is much blood and it has a scary feel to the movie. Little kids would get extremely creeped out at this movie. There is fully nude women as well. Throughout the movie, there are about 3 sex scenes. Some only include partial nudity and one includes full nudity. There are also lots of f-words and one spelled out c--t.
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Too much violence
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Teen, 16 years old Written byanton12366 June 2, 2014
In all honesty, this is a good film for people 17+ because of the violence
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Too much sex
Too much swearing
Teen, 13 years old Written bycerealkiller189 December 19, 2011

The second one makes this looks like a Disney Pixar animation.

This is quite fine ,except for a few bad scenes.There is some violence against women like a part where a couple of men try to rape a woman not long after Michael Myers. Comes and beats them to death slams their bodies against Walls.not for viewers who get easily offended.I have seen this on the unrated and normal version on DVD since I missed it at the movies don't buy the unrated it's totally worse than the theatrical version the theatrical version is probably 13 + the unrated is probably 15+ then if your kids get nightmares this isn't a very good starter horror movie.
Teen, 17 years old Written byIlovemovies❤️❤️❤️ July 28, 2014

Horror movie or pornography

Language 1. Uses foul language such as "c--t", "mother f----r", "p---y", "f----t", "bitch", "f--k" etc. Sex/sexual references 1. Stepfather tells wife that he slept with a woman in very strong sexual terms. 2. Stepfather checks out his step daughter and says "bitch got a nice little dumper" (no sex actually happens between them though). 3. Stepfather calls step son a "little f----t". 4. Bully says to Michael as a kid that "they caught his Michaels sister giving blow jobs for money and that the cops had to pump the c-m out of her. 5. Bully calls Michael names and bad words over and over again, and soon after that they get into a fight (seems serious but doesn't last very long). 6. Bully shows Michael a paper of Michaels mom nude advertising a strip club (stars are covering mom's breasts but the rest of her body is clear enough to see). 7. Sister and boyfriend are having sex in bedroom and the sex is very graphic, showing sisters bare breasts while man caresses her (moaning and groaning is going on and the sex scene lasts about a minute with breaks in between). 8. Same girl is sitting in her bed listening to music showing bare thighs with under wear (lower private part is not shown because she is wearing a log sports jersey). Some parts of lower bottom is shown. 9. Michael touches sister near bare thigh and slowly moves his fingers towards lower private part (again nothing is shown). 10. Sister says to Michael (assuming that he's her boyfriend) that "once a night is enough". 11. Two janitors take a young lady out of her jail cell and take her to Michael's cell where the The janitors rape her (lasts about 15 while being very graphic seconds and her top bottom is shown but know breasts are shown) the rape scene is very brutal and very disturbing and is not for any one under 17. 12. There are a lot of other strong sexual content/ references but it's way to much to write so I'm just going to skip to the serious sex scenes. 13. Another couple are having sex very graphically while the woman is groaning and moaning. (Lasts about 10 seconds and woman's breasts are briefly shown) 14. The last sex scene is when a different teenager is kissing her boyfriend briefly while the man un dresses her and attempts to have sex with her while caressing her. Violence 1. Weapons include a Bowie knife, cutting knife, gun, bat, etc. 2. Bloody and gory images are over the top and extremely terrifying to un mature audiences. 3. There are a total of 17 gruesome kills Halloween the remake is not for kids what so ever it includes brief sexuality, graphic nudity, gruesome images, bloody/gory images, a total of 4 sex scenes, brief language, hard sexual content, language including sexual references, and hard core violence
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Too much consumerism
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Kid, 12 years old April 9, 2008

uggggg...

...Another horror movie that commonsensemedia has completely destroyed. Yeah theres nudity, sex, violence, and lots of language, but seriously who cares. You'll kids will hear the language in it in school. Sex will happen eventually, ur kids have been on the internet, so they know what nudity is:P and the violence in this movie isn't as bad as commonsense makes it out to be. It overall was a really good movie, but they did get one thing right. It isn't meant for like 10 year olds. i suggest 13 and up.
Kid, 11 years old January 26, 2016

Too Violent, But Has a Reasonable Story Similar to John Carpenter's 1978 Classic

This movie is extremely Violent and has a lot of sex. Teens are seen smoking and drinking beer and there are pictures of mutilated animals. At some points, it is quite comedic and it also has a good story
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Too much violence
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Teen, 15 years old Written byhomealonefan123 December 18, 2011

awesome horror remake. but full of bloody violence and strong sexuality

this movie is awesome. but some strong language, nudity and sexuality. the highest on violence. many murders and injuries. if you are 16-17 this movie if perfect for you.
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Too much violence
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Teen, 17 years old Written byluvanger October 10, 2009

A brilliant film, but not appropriate even for my age (17).

First off, this movie is not at all scary. What it is is a reimagined, rethought, and horrifically violent slasher film remake. Even though this movie is technically a remake, it's not at all like the original. The original was a boring, bland, average 70's slasher. This one is an brutally innovative retelling of not only the story of Michael Myers' killing spree, but also his childhood, humanizing him a bit (but still not portraying him in any sane way). Despite how well-done the movie was, it's not appropriate for minors. The language is awful, especially the first ten minutes, which contains at least 50 obscenities, most of them f-words. The movie also has the most vulgar sexual language you can imagine. The sexual content is very explicit, not only in references but also in actual scenes, which show teens having sex. Sex scenes are pushing even an R rating, with a lot of thrusting and nudity. (The unrated director's cut also has a rape scene, which was cut out of the R-rated version.) Another offensive item is the amount of teen drinking. However, the violence is more shocking than any of the above. In movies such as "Dawn of the Dead", the violence is extremely gory, but could never be interpreted as realistic. The violence in this movie is not as bloody, but is a thousand times more realistic and brutal. The beginning of the movie is all about a young boy going mental and killing four people. The first is a bully at school who he lures out into the woods and beats to death with a tree branch. The second one to go is the child's abusive stepdad, who has his throat slit wide open, gushing blood. The third is his sister's boyfriend, who has his head beaten into pulp with a baseball bat. Finally, his sister dies, being stabbed by her younger brother multiple times with a kitchen knife. All of this is shown in gory detail, and it's just the beginning of the movie! (And all of this covers the R-rated version; the director's cut is even worse.) Do I even need to say more? I would wholeheartedly recommend this movie to mature adults, but never to teens, even myself.
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Kid, 12 years old July 28, 2016
John Carpenter's Halloween was great, this movie is also good too, and it tells you more of the story than the original did and it tells you about how Michael Myers became Michael Myers. I have not seen the theatrical cut of the film only unrated, but since I saw it there's much more inappropriate content to this movie than the original one, and graphic disturbing content. there are scenes to this film that are graphic and for mature audiences only, like there's a scene in the movie where there is a new worker in the institution who's not a good person and talks to another worker who is his friend about raping a girl in the institution, they get the girl brings her to Michael Myers and starts to rape her in back of him, there's also a scene where a girl is pool dancing in a strip club, a guy who is the boss at a car wash goes in the bathroom and takes a magazine out with picture of nude women, two teenagers are in a room and is having sex and a one teen gets up and gets killed, then a woman gets up and she's fully nude and you can see all the parts of her body and then she's gets killed while the killer picks her up and puts her somewhere while the girl is naked, and there are lots of other inappropriate material to this film. The are TONS and TONS of scenes where people are getting killed and it's really disturbing. The profanity to this film is really bad.
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Too much violence
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Teen, 14 years old Written byYaseenP07 July 10, 2016

Dreadfull

Just such a remake cliche. It's just meant horny teens. Lacks what the original scare had.
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Too much violence
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Teen, 15 years old Written byfoxlover14 April 10, 2016

Gruesome but good slasher film.

Halloween is a remake of John Carpenter's original classic, a movie I personally like. The remake can be split into two parts: a prequel and a remake. I didn't like how it was split up and I thought they should've been separated into two movies. The first part felt like it ended too quickly and the second felt like a montage of sex and death. The plot itself isn't bad, but the obvious split between parts made me feel like I wanted more from both. The characters are good, and when they're not, they die quickly, So you root for Michael, but then he kills nice people, which was a weird touch. But the characters you get to know throughout the movie are good and interesting. The performances are great, none that were bad. The effects are great and the film is well-made and shot. The movie is too long. It felt like two shortened movies were put together, but the overall movie is too long. The movie is extremely bloody and graphic, but not enough to take you out of the movie, although I wished it was toned down. There is way too much sex.in the movie, and it should have been cut down. Overall its well made but gratuitous and overlong. It should have been two separate movies with more toned down content. But it is still a.good and serviceable movie, even if interest starts to fade by the last half hour.
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Too much violence
Too much sex
Too much swearing
Teen, 15 years old Written byMovieKid387 September 7, 2015

So-So Slasher has lots of Gore and Langugae

I saw Halloween at age 13. I wasn't expecting what I saw. I rewatched it a couple months ago. The movie is extremely violent and lots of language. Oh and the sexual content is.......wow. Language: 150-200 f words, 60 s words, 20 b words, lots of a words, d words and whore and faggot. Sex: Full Frontal female nudity, sex shown and is pretty graphic, sexual references, Michaels mom is a stripper and is shown topless lots of times throughout the movie. Violence: Teens and People are decapitated, stabbed, one kid bullying Michael is beat up by Michael and asks for mercy but he bashes his head in with a log, one adult is stabbed in the head and blood splatters on the window and his wife is hit numerous times on a table with a knife on top, teens eyes are gouged out, woman is shot, teen is bloodied up, Michael kills the children's maid, children in peril, teen is stabbed through mouth, Michael kills his step-dad while watching TV, he kills his dog and his sister with a butcher knife and her boyfriend who had the Michael Myers mask on etc. Halloween is defiantly not for kids but maybe ok for older teens. With its extreme violence, cursing every second, sex and nudity shown throughout with some drinking. And no great messages or role models.
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Too much violence
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Teen, 15 years old Written byMichael Ryan Metzger May 2, 2015

Halloween 2007: Good, but bloody

Parents and children under fifteen should know that Halloween 2007 is the remake of the original film franchise from 1978. Since this film was made by Rob Zombie, it contains explicit nudity, emence violence, gruesome images, and strong language. There are various scenes of people getting killed, and almost full nudity, in which a teenager's breasts and vagina are visible for a quick moment. The gore is very frequent when it comes to deaths. A man has his throat slit, and blood begins to pour out. Also, throughout the film, words such as f*ck, sh*t, and b*tch are said. As it progresses, the violence gets worse, and bloody deaths are featured. There is a scene were the serial killer, Michael Myers, approaches a bathroom stall, and knocks on it twice. When he is threatened, he viciously begins bashing a man's hand into the wall, and then stabbing him twice in the stomach. However, this movie demonstrates positive models, but not a lot of them. This film uses tension as well, and it becomes more intense. Adults and teens who like gory, brutal killer movies will enjoy, but children under fifteen should not be allowed to watch this at all.
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Great role models
Too much violence
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Teen, 15 years old Written bygranth August 7, 2014

Remake and darker than the original

Halloween is a very dark compared to the original. In this film, Michael is 10 when he commits his first killings.He is much brutally darker than the original . There are more sexual scenes and drinkingand drugs than any of the originals.There are app 51 curse words in the first 8min of this movie. NOT A MOVIE FOR LITTLE KIDS... EVER!
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Too much violence
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Kid, 11 years old December 16, 2013

Awesome movie

I saw it when I was 10 and it was pretty awesome my fav of the remakes
Teen, 16 years old Written byUSCTrojan May 27, 2012

Not for Viewers Under 17.

BRUTAL !! NO Kids ! MATURE 17+
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