Vampire Academy parents guide

Vampire Academy

There's not much to sink your teeth into in this silly high school drama

Overall D+

In secret society of good and bad blood suckers, Rose Hathaway (Zoey Deutch) has been sworn to protect Princess Lissa Dragomir (Lucy Fry). Both attend the Vampire Academy, where they are learning the skills to navigate and survive in their complex world.

Release date February 7, 2014

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

Why is Vampire Academy rated PG-13? The MPAA rated Vampire Academy PG-13 for violence, bloody images, sexual content and language.

Run Time: 105 minutes

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Vampire Academy
Rating & Content Info

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Why is Vampire Academy rated PG-13? Vampire Academy is rated PG-13 by the MPAA for violence, bloody images, sexual content and language.

Violence: A car crash results in death for some characters and bloody injuries for others. A bike explodes injuring men. There are frequent scenes of hand-to-hand battles, beatings, kicking, stabbing and some other weapon use. Dead animals are hung outside a girl’s dorm room. Characters slit their wrists and then write threats on the wall with their own blood. A girl licks the blood on the wall. A character uses her “powers” to make others comply with her wishes. Teens are bullied, threatened and embarrassed in front of their peers. Several characters are shown with cut marks on their wrists. Characters have blood on their faces. A girl attacks a man in the mall. A character attempts to inject a student with a sedative, but is injected herself. A girl is punched in the face and knocked out. Guards use taser-like weapons, guns and other pain inducing tactics. A man is forced to jump out of a window and he falls to his death. A female character is tortured. A man’s neck is broken. Dogs are set on fire. A vampire savagely kills a man and drinks his blood, equating it to a sexual act. Other non-graphic violence is also shown.

Sexual Content: Sexually suggestive scenes and dialogue are shown involving teens. Crass sexual comments are made about anatomy, wet dreams, homosexual relationships and other sexual activities. Characters repeatedly talk about fornication. Characters kiss, sometimes passionately, on several occasions. A teacher and student begin to engage in sexual activity. Characters are seen in their underwear. A teen girl wears cleavage baring tank tops and shirts.

Language: The script contains infrequent mild profanities, curses, crude sexual references and other vulgar comments.

Alcohol / Drug Use:A teacher attempts to inject a student with a sedative, against her will. Characters drink at a party.

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Vampire Academy
Canadian Movie Rating Info
Province Rating Rating Descriptor
British Columbia PG Violence, Sexual Language.
Alberta PG Violence, Not Recommended For Young Children.
Manitoba PG Not Recommended for Young Children, Violence.
Ontario PG Sexual Content, Language May Offend.
Quebec G Not Recommended For Young Children.
Martimes PG
Canadian Home Video PG

News About "Vampire Academy"

Cast and Crew

Vampire Academy is directed by Mark Waters and stars Olga Kurylenko, Zoey Deutch, Danila Kozlovsky, Lucy Fry.

Home Video

The most recent home video release of Vampire Academy movie is May 20, 2014. Here are some details…

Home Video Notes: Vampire Academy

Release Date: May 20, 2014

Vampire Academy releases to home video (Blu-ray/Digital Copy) with the following special features:

- Alternate Opening/Deleted Scenes

- A Conversation With Author Richelle Mead

 

Related home video titles:

Another group of students attend a special school for wizards and witches in the Harry Potter franchise. Vampires co-exist with the general population in the Twilight Saga. And mortals with special talents protect the weak in The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones.

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