Parents need to know that Zombie Bro is a 2020 tween zombie comedy in which a 10-year-old must contend with her younger brother turning into a zombie and trying to attack her parents and friends. While this would no doubt be in the running for the "Least Violent Zombie Movie Ever" award, it's still a zombie movie, so there are some very brief and very tame bites to the hands, necks, and faces that draw some blood. Movie is centered on a family of color living in Australia. A pair of bullies punch their fists at Francine and her zombie brother Teddie in a few scenes (before Teddie retaliates, and turns them into, you guessed it, zombies), and one tells Francine to "go back to Indolaysia." The bullies also call Francine "Frankenstein," and call Teddie "weirdo." Francine's father calls her an idiot, and as Francine continues to insist that Teddie is dangerous, she gets locked in a shed as punishment. Francine uses the middle finger gesture in one scene. There's a scene in which it's revealed that Francine's beloved pet rabbit has been eaten (off camera) by Teddie, and she shows her parents the rabbit bones. When Francine tells her parents at dinner that she has a new girlfriend, her father thinks that she has an actual girlfriend, rather than a girl who's a friend. After the school dance, when Francine tells her father that her zombie brother Teddie bit her new best friend Calissa, her Dad thinks he kissed her, then asks Teddie, "Did you use your tongue?" Ultimately, this is as much a coming-of-age story as it is a zombie movie, and through her trials, Francine learns to channel her "girl power" as she learns to stand up to the bullies, confront her father, and fight back against the growing zombie population in her school and neighborhood.