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Overall D+

Vampires and men are engaged in a centuries old battle. Hiding among a throng of downtrodden humans is a Warrior Priest (Paul Bettany). When vampires kidnap his niece (Lily Collins), he comes out of obscurity, disobeying church authorities to rescue her before she is bitten.

Violence D
Sexual Content A-
Profanity D+
Substance Use A-

MPAA Rating: PG-13 for intense sequences of violence and action, disturbing images and brief strong language.

Why is Priest rated PG-13?

Official MPAA Rating: Priest is rated PG-13 for for intense sequences of violence and action, disturbing images and brief strong language.

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Violence: Frequent violence includes stabbings, beheadings, beatings and weapon use. Characters are shot, impaled and cut up. A man is hung on a wall with a knife through his shoulder. Men are hung on crosses. An animation sequence portrays killings, a severed head and other limbs, ample amounts of blood, warfare and bullets. A man threatens others with a knife. Dead bodies litter a room after an attack. Animals are slaughtered on screen. A man is hit in the head with an axe. Skulls and decomposing bodies are seen. A train explodes. Characters are involved in a motorcycle accident. Numerous characters suffer bloody injuries. A girl is kidnapped and threatened. A vampire attacks others.

Sexual Content: Brief comments are made about celibacy.

Language: The script contains a moderate number of profanities, a couple of scatological slang words, some terms of Deity and a strong sexual expletive used in a nonsexual context.

Alcohol / Drug Use: A man pours a glass of wine for a girl.