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Overall C-

Anna Rydell (Emily Browning) has some problems. First, she loses her mother in a house fire and spends time in a mental hospital trying to recover. Then she return home to find her father (David Strathairn) has taken up with another woman (Elizabeth Banks). And now she is seeing ghostly apparitions. Are these disturbing visions a result of the Uninvited prospective step-mom?

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

Why is Uninvited rated PG-13?

Official MPAA Rating: Uninvited is rated PG-13 for for violent and disturbing images, thematic material, sexual content, language and teen drinking.

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p>All the usual suspects—jump scenes, eerie music and dark rooms—make their way into this horror flick. Blood-covered characters, carpets and kitchen knives, along with charred bodies, gruesome appendages and a dismembered ghoul are shown. A drowned body is pulled from a lake. Gore effects, like blood running from a keyhole and contorting bodies, also add to the effects. A huge explosion causes death. A girl’s scars from cutting herself are seen. A teen couple kisses passionately at a beach party. Glimpses and sounds of an unmarried adult couple engaged in sex are depicted, as well as several discussions about sexual activity. A medical nurse drugs teens with tranquilizers. Teens and adults engage in infrequent hand-to-hand fighting. Characters consume alcohol in a number of scenes and a teen is repeatedly portrayed as drunk. Profanities, scatological slang, terms of Deity and a strong, sexual expletive are used.