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Rating & Content Info
Why is Priest rated PG-13? Priest is rated PG-13 by the MPAA for intense sequences of violence and action, disturbing images and brief strong language.
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.
Page last updated July 12, 2016
|Manitoba||14A||Violence, Frightening Scenes.|
|Ontario||14A||Frightening Scenes. Violence.|
|Canadian Home Video||14A|
News About "Priest"
Cast and Crew
Priest is directed by Scott Charles Stewart and stars Paul Bettany, Cam Gigandet, Maggie Q.
The most recent home video release of Priest movie is August 16, 2011. Here are some details…
Priest releases to home video on August 16, 2011. Extra features include:
- Commentary with Director Scott Charles Stewart, Writer Cory Goodman, Paul Bettany and Maggie Q
-Deleted & Extended Scenes
-The Bloody Frontier: Creating the World of Priest
-Tools of the Trade: The Weapons and Vehicles
Exclusive to Blu-ray:
-Bullets and Crucifixes: Picture-in-Picture Experience
Blu-ray 3D Exclusive Bonus Material:
- Weapons and Vehicle Exploration in 3D