Parents need to know that I Don't Feel at Home in This World Anymore, a revenge movie, is about as dark as black comedy gets. The two protagonists, both socially-isolated outsiders, join in a quest to right wrongs and confront the often-self-absorbed negligence and cruelty of modern-day city life. Neither powerful, romantic superheroes nor dedicated law enforcement authorities attempting to clean up the world, they're simply folks who are hoping for a fair shake after a home burglary. The film moves from moments of tender emotional fragility to outrageous violence, sometimes within the same scene. Escalating action is over-the-top, meant to be "in-your-face" gory (knifings, impaling, breaking of limbs, brutal hand-to-hand combat, encounters with a venomous snake, and fatal gunfire). Bodies fly; blood pours. Frequent profanity and cursing (i.e., "f--k," "s--t," "sonofabitch," "hell," "asshole," "goddamn," "p---y") is part of the film's texture. Characters drink alcoholic beverages, use marijuana, smoke, and refer to prescription drugs in several scenes. In the tradition of this genre, the movie is not meant for everyone, and certainly suitable not for kids.