||An older woman is sitting nude at a desk. We can see her butt throughout the scene. Her right breast is fully visible for a few moments in the same scene.
The older woman is lying in a bed, both her breasts are visible.
The nudity is not sexual in nature.
||An older woman tears a piece of flesh from her neck and arm
We see an older woman's back, it appears scaly and her back muscles move in an unnatural way
A man gets hit in the back of the head by a TV
A man's face is burnt by acid
A man is bitten in the neck
||Around 50 swear words, mostly fuck and shit, and some occasional religious exclamations.
||It's heavily implied that the daughter is an alcoholic
We see a woman smoking a cigarette and drinking alcohol
||This movie is shot from a documentary point of view, in the eyes of college students who think that they're doing a documentary on Alzheimer's. It turns out that they're actually filming a documentary about a snake demon that is possessing Deborah Logan. Even though it's never shown, the demon manifests itself by voice changes in Deborah, violent actions, and attacks of anger and spastic fits where Sarah and Mia have to hold her down. It's disturbing without too much gore.
The movie is jump scene oriented during suspenseful scenes when they're searching for Deborah, where sometimes you find Deborah in a corner staring at a wall, or suddenly standing in a spot where she wasn't.
The young cancer patient that is half-eaten by Deborah is seen beforehand speaking about a man by the river and watching Deborah attack a man with her snake fangs. This is disturbing, especially when she talks about a "nice man."
A woman attempts to swallow a young girl whole, unhinging her mouth like a snake.
A young girl looks weirdly at a camera, disturbingly. It is implied the snake demon is now possessing the little girl.