Stranger Things 3

Netflix • 2019 • Horror  Report
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Does a cat die?
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Does an animal die?
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PoppyLydamore
Rats explode in multiple episodes.
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JamesAnderson
Before the rats explode, they are seen and heard in extreme pain and writhing around.
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djryde
broken teeth are seen when a villain's face is bashed in
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JamesAnderson
A Russian doctor injects 'truth serum' into Steve's neck
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series_of_unfortunate_events
Eleven appears to be having anxiety attacks several times after she rips off her blindfold
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Are there bugs?
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JamesAnderson
A few clowns are at the fun fair, but they arr hardly on screen
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CyanideSkull
They occur twice. Once is towards the beginning when billy is getting ready for his shift and sees a child running. Another is a quick jab Steve makes toward Dustin when finding out how long the corridor is.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
National Sexual Assault Hotline 800.656.4673
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Heywhatsup
Yes, in multiple episodes. Mostly when the monster fights someone.
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CyanideSkull
First episode, Billy crashes his car while on his way to the motel. I believe seventh episode Eleven throws a car towards Russians about to attack the gang. Finally, the scoops troop slams into Billy’s car while he’s about to run into Nancy and the rest in the car.
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knhuff
In a way, yes. But I'm almost positive it's unseen. The Mind Flayer has control over multiple people in Hawkins, and he calls them all to an old abandoned building at one point to essentially melt them down and assimilate them into his own body. One of the people under his control was a young boy, so I assume he was killed too.
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CateNEd
The other comment is a major spoiler. But yes, presumably.
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series_of_unfortunate_events
S3E8: A character describes a soccer teammate's broken leg in graphic detail (no visual component).
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knhuff
She thinks about it, but backs out.
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CaitlinBelleIsle
SPOILER a character takes their own life in order to save the world in the last episode
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S3E3: A character is shown gasping for air after her head shoots up from a bathtub. S3E6: The character in the bathtub is shown again. A character is thrown back onto the beach by a wave and coughs out water.
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CyanideSkull
There is a moment when a character is seen shaking after being attacked. This isn’t a seizure but is reminiscent of one.
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series_of_unfortunate_events
There's an allusion to Hopper's former drug addiction. S3E6 involves two characters being injected with drugs while captured. They end up vomiting in a bathroom but are ultimately fine.
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knhuff
In one of the last episodes, Steve and Robin throw up into movie theatre toilets after being drugged.
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S3E6: a brief memory around minute 49 of a father being verbally abusive and pushing his son out of the way in order to hit his wife. These same memories are shown quickly in the middle of S3E8.
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series_of_unfortunate_events
Technically. Eleven uses her powers to lift a parked vehicle into the air and throw it at several enemies.
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TaylorJa
While no one is outright sexually assaulted, there is a scene near the end of episode 2 which greatly resembles sexual assault, using common stock phrases used in sexual assault scenes. People who are triggered by this may be just as bothered by this imagery
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series_of_unfortunate_events
Two young adults are held captive and tortured in an attempt to get information out of them.
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Giggles0303
Crawling aroung is ventilation shaft. It's portrayed as an action scene, not a horror scene but it's still cramped and stuffy.
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Paxton
Not a mental institution, but a schizophrenic person is taken by ambulance and hospitalized
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five
like 10ish minutes into episode 3
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series_of_unfortunate_events
Hopper is shown abusing alcohol and has a history of abusing the drug Tuinal (depicted in previous seasons but not this one).
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JamesAnderson
Also, people melt into goo piles to create a big creature.
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S3E6: a brief memory around minute 49. A husband is shown yelling at his wife accusing her of cheating. The wife throws plates, and a child tries to intervene. The husband is verbally abusive toward the wife, pushes the child out of the way, and punches his wife in the face. These same memories are shown quickly in the middle of S3E8.
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series_of_unfortunate_events
Steve is beaten and sustains some facial injuries. He develops a nasty black eye, and his eyeballs end up pretty bloodshot. His eyes are never stabbed, etc.
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knhuff
Steve almost has his fingernail pulled out by a Russian doctor.
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series_of_unfortunate_events
S3E7: A minor character is shot and dies. A human antagonist is shot several times but is revealed to be wearing a bulletproof vest.
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S3E7: misogynistic slurs during a scene depicting domestic violence
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TaylorJa
Mild references to sexual content
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BeckLiberatore
in episode 2 billy has a fairly lengthy scene with shakey cam
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series_of_unfortunate_events
S3E8: There is a close-up shot of a character's leg being sliced open with a knife.
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