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Caroline Ellis (Kate Hudson) gets more than the $1,000/week she was promised when she takes a nursing job caring for an elderly invalid. Her master key to the large isolated mansion, where her patient resides, unlocks a skeleton of paranormal proportions in this supernatural thriller.
Why Is Skeleton Key Rated PG-13?
Skeleton Key is rated PG-13 for violence, disturbing images, some partial nudity and thematic material.
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Canadian Home Video Rating: 14A
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Universal Studio’s DVD release of the Skeleton Key fleshes out the production’s details with a commentary by Director Iain Softley and deleted scenes (also with commentary by Director Iain Softley). There is also a closet full of featurettes and interest pieces such as: Behind the Locked Door - Making The Skeleton Key, Exploring Voodoo/Hoodoo, Recipe & Ritual: Making the Perfect Gumbo, Blues in the Bayou, Kate Hudson’s Ghost Story, Plantation Life, Casting The Skeleton Key, John Hurt’s Story, A House Called Felicity, and Gena’s Love Spell. Available in either wide or full screen, the disc offers Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround audio tracks and subtitles in English, French and Spanish.