Parents need to know that The Curse of Bridge Hollow is set up as a family comedy revolving around a teen and her dad, but the film has lots of Halloween-themed scares, too. Some could be too intense for younger or more sensitive viewers, like séances that bring forth spirits (including demons) or when ax-wielding zombies, skeletons, and laughing clowns come to life and attack humans. The humans have to fight back with both their intelligence and their fists -- as well as with chainsaws, shovels, cars, and rifles. Language includes "s--t," "hell," "damn," "ass," "bastard," "screwed," "frigging," "butt," "freak," "stupid," "weird," "jerk," "holy Lucifer," and "oh my God." There are jokes about White privilege, the main character's dad (Marlon Wayans) jokingly calls a Latino boy "Rico Suave," and an older White woman calls a younger Black man "Chachi." Adults drink beer and wine. All of that said, the main characters do learn to respect each other's differences and strengths in the process of saving their town.