Kid reviews for Killing Season

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Common Sense says

age 17+

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Parents say

age 16+

Based on 2 reviews

Kids say

age 16+

Based on 2 reviews

age 15+
My tv says its for 12's and over, but i think its for 15's. The movie is very gruesome, these two characters go at each other for the whole movie. I'm not going to tell you about it because i don't want to spoil it. They also have a moment in the movie when they are tipsy after they finished a whole bottle of some alcohol. What I'm trying to say is that this movie can be bad influence on little children

This title has:

Too much violence
Too much drinking/drugs/smoking
age 17+

Gruesome and very violent revenge thriller but entertaining and clever but mature.

This very disturbing and graphic revenge thriller starts off with a man named Benjamin Ford, who survived a tour of the Bosnian war. He has retreated to cabin in the woods, living a simple life, photographing animals, reading great books, and going to bed very early in the evening. Meanwhile, a man named Emil Kovac, who encountered Benjamin during the war, has spent years looking for him after Benjamin did something that Emil still hasn't forgiven. At first, Benjamin thinks that Emil is very friendly, talking the whole night, and sharing his bottle of wine. But the next morning, Emil and Benjamin go on a deer hunt, but suddenly, Benjamin realize's he's Emil's pray, and Emil will do anything to get him dead. On the other hand, Benjamin isn't easy to catch, and soon, Benjamin and Emil are playing a cat and mouse game, testing each others skills to a limit, but will Benjamin escape him in time? Does Emil want to do something else with Benjamin, and not kill him? Violence 4/5: Violence is very bloody, frequent, and sometimes, shockingly brutal: characters are shot with arrows, bashed with rocks, get in car accidents, burned, tortured, and bashed with the butt of guns. A man is brutally shot in the leg with an arrow and blood splatters and gurgles. He is then forced to put barbed wire through, and another man hangs him on a poll through the wound, gurgling blood. A young baby is almost shot with an arrow. A man is shot through the cheek with an arrow with a huge, gory wound and blood splatters. Two men are in a car crash with a gory head wound. A man shoots another mans leg with a fire gun and the gory, burned leg is seen. A man is stabbed in the neck with a piece of wood with some bloody spilling out. In a flashback sequence, two women are dragged out of their homes, and it's implied they were killed. References to rape. A flashback sequence shows soldiers being shot in the back of the head with gory blood splatter. A man is crushed by huge amounts of wood planks, and has a gory piece of sharp wood in his leg with pooling blood. A man's leg is sliced with blood pooling everywhere as he screams. A man's cheek wounds are seen, and he is tortured with lemonade and salt going through the wounds as he screamed. Fighting with knives and guns. Gory wounds. Gory, decomposing, frozen bodies are seen in the back of a car. Brief, bloody war violence includes shooting, splattering blood, and burning bodies. Children and women in brief peril. Sexual content and nudity 2/5: Strong sexual innuendo. References to oral sex. Language 5/5: Constant, extremely strong language includes "f--k," "s--t," "ass," "b---h," "motherf--ker," "d--k," "p---y," and more. Drinking and drugs 2/5: Characters get drunk while drinking vodka. A character is seen drinking a bottle of wine. References to heroine. This movie is entertaining, clever, and very thrilling, and although it's very gory and mature, it's great for anyone who can handle violence and swearing. My rating:R for strong bloody violence, disturbing images, pervasive language, and alcohol/drug references.