Parents, your kids and teens will be eager to watch this new star-studded violent comedy from the director of "Pineapple Express", but the sexual content and violence and language makes it best for adults. Violence is comical, but strong. There are explosions, many comedic deaths, bloody images, people possessed by demons, stabbings, crushed bones, characters impaled by large objects including telephone poles and flying debris, a scene where a man's head is ripped off and bloody spills all over the floor, fighting, arguments, and Emma Watson killing fellow actors for beer and cereal. The plot is not circled around sex, but has plently of it. There are references to rape, incest, sexual intercourse, anal and oral sex, constant sex talk, graphic nudity (female genitals, male bare bottoms, female bare breasts, nipples), and a porn magazine is briefly shown. There is casual drinking and drug use, but there are some intense and crude drug references. Violence and sex in this movie may be strong, bu the language is the worst. Includes s--t, p---y, c--t, c--k (and the related c--ksucker), c--t, b-tch, a--hole, t-ts, d--k, b-stard, and 171 uses of f--k (the most of any film made in 2013 so far). In the end, this clever, crude, comedic, violent movie is entertaining and brilliant, but way too mature for teens and kids. Adults only. Rated R For Some Strong Bloody Violence, Language Throughout, Crude Material & Sexuaity, Graphic Nudity & Drug And Alcohol Use.