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A stronger scene is shown in the film depicting a man struggling, choking and coughing up blood as his internal organs are destroyed by an alien. A few other scenes show blood coming off of people after they've been attacked (no gory wounds are shown)

In another scene, a man's finger is bent backwards and broken, while the rest of his hand is crushed by the alien. You see his broken hand hanging limply from his wrist

Several time blood drops/globs are seen floating around in the ship.

Several instances of corpses floating (non graphic - just a body)

The alien feeds on blood (kinda like a vampire bat). Not super graphic other than blood leaving the victim and floating around

A rat is kept "tied down" in the science room (no experimentation happens to him). It does eventually get attacked and "dissolved & digested" by the alien, its mildly graphic and intense but not super gory.

Around 25 F**ks but some of them are lost in the action. They are mostly exclamations of surprise/fear (the person is scared).

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Rated R for language throughout, some sci-fi violence and terror

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