V/H/S/1994 (2021) is unrated, but this is not for kids so let them watch literally anything else. It’s a Hard R forever for swears, police brutality, eye trauma, vomit, head trauma, extreme and fatal body modification, people getting shot, stabbed, bludgeoned, bit, dismembered, set on fire, and so on.
Twenty-five years after a streak of brutal murders shocked the quiet town of Woodsboro, a new killer has donned the Ghostface mask. Check out this curtain-raiser for Scream coming in 2022
Halloween Kills, (2021) is Rated R for swears, lots of blood, eye-gouging, throat slashing, neck-breaking, people getting shot, broken ankles, and an inexplicable dead dog.
1960s London is not what it appears, and time seems to fall apart with shady consequences in Last Night in Soho (2021).
The Harder They Fall brings a version of the Old West not often seen in these parts. Revenge love, loyalty, and a lot of dust, with no small amount of quick shooting and deadly action, opens November 3, 2021 on Netflix
No Time to Die is rated PG-13 for swears, over-the-top car chases and spectacular wrecks, people getting shot, punched, stabbed, blown up, poisoned, and blown to smithereens.
Implanted (2021) is Unrated and direct to VOD, but we’ll call it Rated R for people getting shot (like a lot), people in clear but unknown mental and physical distress, a suicide, and a bludgeoning.
Venom: Let There Be Carnage (2021) is rated PG-13 for swears, people getting run through with symbiote limbs, people getting their heads bitten off, people getting thrown at and through walls, and some dark humor that almost works.
Séance (2021) is Rated R for swears, stabbings, fights, creepy masks, a bathroom fall, a few concussions, a beheading, and a few broken noses.
Dear Evan Hansen is rated PG-13 for swears, multiple conversations about suicide, depression, and mental illness in a forward and frank way. Call this “musical therapy” you weren’t ready for but needed.
Martyrs Lane (2021) is Unrated, but because it invoices children in precarious situations, I will call it a PG-13 and not for blood and gore, because there is nearly none, but for heartache and loss and the eternal sadness of a child.
A troubled police detective demoted to 911 operator duty scrambles to save a distressed caller during a harrowing day of revelations — and reckoning, in The Guilty, in select theaters September 24, 2021, and on Netflix October 1, 2021