Mary Shelley's Frankenstein (1994)
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|MPAA||Rated R for horrific images|
Sex & Nudity
- During the wedding night sex scene, the husband touches the wife through clothing. There is no male or female nudity.
- Monster comes to life and is held up with chains while he is naked with full frontal view - penis and pubic hair exposed.
- The wedding night scene is long and somewhat passionate, but there is no nudity.
- There are a couple of passionate kisses and a wedding night scene in which the couple loosen each others' clothing and it's implied that they make love after the scene cuts.
- Dr. Frankenstein marries a woman who was adopted by his family and raised as his sister.
- When the Monster first lives, male nudity is shown (his backside along with some brief frontal images)
- No female nudity is shown.
Violence & Gore
- There is a part where autopsy on a human is shown mostly offscreen. Nothing graphic.
- The monster attacks and kills a person, pulling out the victim's heart with bare fists. The very bloody corpse is shown.
- Someone commits suicide by holding a lamp overhead and breaking it, becoming engulfed in flames (not gory but extremely unnerving).
- The monster has a lot of stitches and scars on its body.
- A person is killed offscreen. We hear flesh tearing (nothing is shown).
- A kid came across the Monster and later runs away but killed offscreen.
- A few mild profanities and insults.
Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
Frightening & Intense Scenes
- The film is a very sad tale of men unable to accept the Creature because of his appearance
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