Why is The Last Exorcism: Part 2 rated PG-13?
Official MPAA Rating: The Last Exorcism: Part 2 is rated PG-13 for for horror violence, terror and brief language.
Violence: A couple wakes to find a crazed intruder in their home. A stranger crawls into bed with a man. A man threatens to kill his daughter with a gun, and then is hit over the head with a heavy object. Characters convulse and spew foam from their mouths. A boy slits his neck with a kitchen knife (blood is shown on him as well as the hands of another character). A religious leader threatens a girl. During a black art ritual knives fly through the air. Flashbacks show gory and bloody scenes of a baby delivery and killings. Characters attempt to kill another person with an overdose of a prescription medicine. A man is thrown from a second story window. A character sets fire to a house, cars, trees and other buildings.
Sexual Content: A character strokes her own face in a sexual manner. A character licks others. Sounds of sexual activity are heard in another room. A sleeping teen emits sexual moans. A teen couple kisses. Characters talk about seduction. A girl talks about her pregnancy. There is a suggestion of rape from the first film.
Language: The script contains several swear words, uses of terms of Deity, some crude language and a strong sexual expletive.
Alcohol / Drug Use: A character is given an overdose of a prescription drug.