Parents need to know that The Trip is a dark comedy-horror in which an unhappily married couple takes a trip to a remote cabin, with each planning to kill the other. This is definitely not for kids. There's an attempted rape scene in which one of three escaped convicts pulls down the pants of the husband as he's bent over a pool table. The husband screams and pleads for mercy, and the leader of the convicts forces the husband to grovel and kiss his feet, with tongue. One of the convicts wants the wife to reveal her breasts so he can masturbate -- talk of wanting to rape her as well. The violence is gruesome, graphic, and bloody. Characters are killed, maimed, and injured in a variety of ways -- everything from lawn mower propellors, motorboat propellors, rifles, knives, fishing hooks, rakes, etc. Constant profanity -- nearly every word is used at some point: "f--k" (a lot), "motherf--king," "s--t," "chickens--t," "bulls--t," "c--ksucking," "c--t," "pr--k," "c--k," "t-ts," "t-tties," "bitch," "ass," "badass," "crap," "damn," "hell." Homophobic slur used by the elderly father of the lead character. Some graphic talk as the married couple argues about their sex lives, or lack thereof. One of the convicts has tattoos of a swastika and Hitler, and spits on the wedding photo of the married couple, as the photo reveals them to be Jews. Drinking, cigarette smoking.