||There is a scene in the film that suggests a woman had performed oral sex on a male zombie, but this is implied rather than depicted explicitly.
||There are frequent scenes of violence involving the zombie-like creatures in the film attacking humans and/or being killed by humans with some details and bloodletting visible.
One of the stronger scenes is a sequence at the beginning of the film depicting people in an airport transforming into zombies and attacking one another viciously.
Some of the other violence depicted in the film include a woman getting punched in the face repeatedly; a woman hitting her forehead repeatedly against the wall until a bloody patch is seen on the wall; a man being stabbed in the stomach; the sight of a man lying in a pool of blood with a gash on the back of his head; etc.
In addition to the airport scene, there is a scene depicting a young man being attacked and killed by a zombie, where the ax can be seen lodged in his chest.
In another scene, a dead man is seen with a bayonet sticking out of his chest.
Given that the violent scenes in the film occur fairly frequently, and are accompanied by some details of injuries and bloodletting, they would be more appropriate for a more mature audience.
||Some use of the expletive 'f**k' is voiced in moderation in the film, as uttered by the main characters out of frustration and/or for emphasis.
||This is a sci-fi horror film about a mysterious cell phone signal that transform afflicted phone users into bloodthirsty, zombie-like creatures. In the midst of the apocalyptic chaos, an artist undertakes the seemingly impossible quest to search for his son who is in New England.
Official MPAA Rating: Rated R for disturbing violent content, terror, brief sexuality and language
Viewers are advised to watch The Signal (2007) before watching this film to set their expectation bar low.
Green: General - Suitable for all ages, parental guidance is advised for some content/thematic elements, the strongest of which are in bold.
[Blue]: Age Advisory - Suitable for 16 and above, parental guidance strongly recommended, due to moderate portrayal of some content.