What is Candyman 2020 rated?

Candyman Reboot Officially Rated R for Bloody Horror Violence and Language. Director Nia DaCosta’s Candyman reboot has officially been rated R for bloody horror violence and foul language.

Is Candyman rated R 2020?

Candyman is rated R by the MPAA for bloody horror violence, and language including some sexual references.

Is Candyman 2021 bloody?

Fans of the original Candyman trilogy can rest easy knowing that, like 2021’s earlier horror hit Fear Street, Candyman’s reboot does not skimp on gore and violence. However, the nature of the violence featured in Nia DaCosta’s movie differs from the original Candyman, as some of the reboot’s kills take place offscreen.

Is Candyman suitable for 15 year olds?

Candyman (2021) is rated R for language, bloody horror violence, and some sexual references. Now, language, most kids can handle as it’s not difficult to teach them there are some words they should not used or where and when it’s appropriate.

How scary is the new Candyman movie?

All in all, Candyman plays a little more like a thriller than a horror movie. There are some scary moments, but it’s not as scary as its pedigree (Jordan Peele co-wrote the script) or the hype around it might suggest. It’s not so terrifying that relative horror newbies wouldn’t be able to handle it.

What is Candyman rated?

R

What is the age rate for Candyman?

Candyman Age Rating is R for bloody horror violence, and language including some sexual references by MPAA.


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