Apollo 18 parents guide

Apollo 18

Overall C-

Alleging to include actual footage shot by astronauts during a secret lunar space landing, Apollo 18 exposes the dark secrets that caused the cancelation of future trips to the moon in this documentary-style horror film.

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

Why is Apollo 18 rated PG-13? The MPAA rated Apollo 18 PG-13 for some disturbing sequences, and language.

Run Time: 85 minutes

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Apollo 18
Rating & Content Info

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Why is Apollo 18 rated PG-13? Apollo 18 is rated PG-13 by the MPAA for some disturbing sequences, and language.

Violence: Mild moments of peril and suspense exist for the astronauts during their mission when they begin to hear strange sounds and sense someone is watching them. Characters lie and are lied to. Men stumble upon a corpse. A character is attacked by an unknown creature and suffers a bloody injury and infection. Characters struggle with and yell at one another. A man performs a surgical procedure with some blood shown. A character begins to act dangerously because of sickness.

Sexual Content: A character talks about the painful effects of jalapeno juice on his groin area.

Language: The script contains frequent swearing, scatological slang, and terms of Deity, along with a strong sexual expletive and some crude sexual name-calling.

Alcohol / Drug Use: Characters drink beer at a home party.

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Apollo 18
Canadian Movie Rating Info
Province Rating Rating Descriptor
British Columbia 14A Frightening Scenes.
Alberta 14A
Manitoba PG Mature Theme, Violence, Language May Offend.
Ontario PG Frightening Scenes. Language May Offend.
Quebec 13+
Martimes Not Rated
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News About "Apollo 18"

Cast and Crew

Apollo 18 is directed by Gonzalo Lopez-Gallego and stars Warren Christie, Lloyd Owen.

Home Video

The most recent home video release of Apollo 18 movie is December 27, 2011. Here are some details…

Home Video Notes: Apollo 18

Release Date: 27 December 2011

Apollo 18 releases to home video with the following bonus extras:

- Audio commentary with director Gonzalo López-Gallego and editor Patrick Lussier

- Deleted and alternate scenes

- Alternate ending

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Astronauts are forced to revamp their flight plan after an explosion causes extensive damage to their ship during the Apollo 13 Moon Mission. Made up of five DVDs, The IMAX Space Collection covers numerous space explorations with breath-taking cinematography. The documentary When We Left Earth - the NASA Missions introduces archival footage and interviews with some of the people involved with these historic events.