Why is Hotel Transylvania rated PG?
Official MPAA Rating: Hotel Transylvania is rated PG for for some rude humor, action and scary images.
Violence: A father scares his daughter with bedtime tales about humans. Scary scenes include graveyards with living dead characters, monsters and other frightening images. Characters are punched, stabbed with a pitchfork, set on fire, squashed, persecuted, chased from their home and killed. A car crashes down the side of a hill with occupants inside. The sun burns a character. A wolf eats an entire flock of sheep (off screen).
Sexual Content: A woman pulls a child into her bosom. Two bugs are interrupted in their bedroom on their honeymoon. A female skeleton is seen taking a shower. A character pulls down the invisible man’s bathing suit. Men are seen in towels in sauna. A couple kisses. Brief sexual innuendo is included.
Language: Brief name-calling is heard.
Alcohol / Drug Use: Characters are shown in a bar.
Other: Rude bathroom humor includes discussions of dirty diapers and fecal matter. A man fluctuates. Other brief moments of rude humor are included.