Epicboy21, yet again. Having seen this once, and in the Disney-translated English version (please note that the country of origin for this film was Japan, so there is a Japanese version available), there's the journey of a brave young heroine/girl, who is moving home and school, and is having trouble with it. Her name is Chihiro, but is referred commonly to in the "Spirit World" as Sen, who goes in with her parents, through a mysterious tunnel, which leads to an abandoned theme park, where, however, strange things happen. Her parents are then turned into pigs by gluttony and overeating, which is kinda creepy, so she has to find a cure.
This complex, darker story is a good introduction to Studio Ghibli (and, surprisingly, the only Studio Ghibli film I've ever seen) however, it has been rated PG and with good reason. "Some scary moments", proclaims the MPAA. Downunder, it's also rated PG for "Supernatural themes".
The aforementioned supernatural themes are quite scary, creepy and frightening, which includes a character which is introduced as appearing out of nowhere. He has a mask, a giant mouth and a ghost-like figure, in which he swallows three people on-screen. ON-SCREEN! However, I should mention the only thing you see is the creature picking the person up and throwing it into it's mouth --- so, there's no blood and gore or anything like that.
However, I should mention that there's one creature who is very badly bloodied with scratches all over his body, spraying blood onto the virtual "camera" (I refer to it as virtual because it is also hand-animated, therefore looking kinda unrealistic), the floor and the walls, and the blood cannot be a pretty sight, especially when he spits it.
There's also tons and lots of pigs, there's a reference (or two) to making them bacon, we can see fish on a fish market. Flames are also shot from a monster, there's three very weird bouncing green detached heads that have deep voices and go "Bing. Bing. Bing. Bing. Bing.", which can be kinda threatening for younger children.
There's quite a few jump scenes, which can get children, one involving a broken stair, one involving a creature crashing through a window, and one where a creature jumps out. Also, there's one threatening exclamation by a big-headed Grandma-figure saying that if a girl doesn't do what she says, she'll "rip your mouth out". Some themes. Chihiro is a very brave protagonist, and insists, even if she gets a little sulky and wimpy sometimes. But, naturally. Some creatures smoke in this film, and a girl's mouth is zipped up by magic and unzipped by magic. Pretty scary. So, really, this is a nice film, even if it's in English or Japanese. Watch it. Enjoy it. Love it.