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MPAA Rated R for disturbing violence/bloody images, and for language

Sex & Nudity

  • there is a guy looking at dirty magazines. The covers are mostly covered and no nudity seen.

Violence & Gore

  • The portrayal of infliction of pain and injury is depicted with some detail of blood and gore, but is not prolonged or frequent.
  • The film contains fairly frequent scenes of violence involving zombie-like creatures who have fallen prey to the "Rage" virus.
  • These include scenes where soldiers are seen shooting at the infected, several of which are shot in the head, with bloodletting visible.
  • In addition, there are scenes of the zombies attacking and biting the humans.
  • Some of the stronger scenes include one of a zombie grabbing at and biting a nurse before another woman hits it in the head and stabs it repeatedly; a scene where a girl attacks and bites several soldiers; a scene where a zombie bites her own severed arm; etc.
  • While most of the shooting scenes are brief and the flesh-eating scenes are implied, they occur fairly frequently and are accompanied by bloodletting.


  • two utterances of religious profanity - "my f**king Christ" and "Jesus f**king Christ"
  • The film also contains some use of the expletive "f**k"]

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Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • The people who are raging may be scary to some viewers.
  • The Rage virus causes the infected to become uncontrollably insane. They run at hight speeds and have blood covered on them. Similar to the infected in the films, two predecessors.
  • A scene where a military soldier spits on his arm to make a group of child hungrys Rage out may disturb some viewers.
  • The tamest of the series when it comes to blood and gore. But not as violent as its predecessor "28 Days Later".

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