Wendell and Wild

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Brenna
There's a scene where the brothers discover they can bring a tick back to life with cream, and they test this by smashing and restoring life to the bug over and over again. It's supposed to be comedic, but it definitely didn't sit well with me.
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Benrybenry
There is discussion of possible pet killing but it never happens
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extended scene around squashing an oversized tick. the ticks show up a couple of times to feed the soul jockeys (bird creatures) and such
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Ember360
Some villain characters are symbolically depicted as a two-headed dragon being slain. This can be seen multiple times throughout the film in artwork by certain characters. No actual dragons are present or harmed.
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Does an animal die?
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a tick is repeatedly squashed and brought back to life a few times
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Brenna
There are some artworks of two-headed creatures with snake-like bodies, though.
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i don't think there are any spiders but there are ticks, which are spider adjacent
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Does a cat die?
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Benrybenry
There is deception but no gaslighting on screen
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classic Catholic school BS. Group home with a guardian clearly caring for the kids for money shown in a memory.
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The magic hair cream is a drug equivalent for Wendell and Wild.
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Kat is in cuffs when she's brought to Rust Bank and Raul is briefly tied up, though he escapes quickly.
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20llux
There’s a shot right in the beginning where some souls/ghosts are swallowed
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an undead being loses an arm at one point, but no gore. just an arm falling off a skeleton
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zuchini5928
only if you count the tick
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there is a head injury from someone fainting. an undead skeleton gets a tool through its head
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shrubblanket
presumably. when talking about the burned-down brewery, kat asks "was anyone hurt" and is told just "it was bad"
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Koalemoz
Wendell and wild pop in eyeballs when the undead come back to life, while not mutilation it might be upsetting to see
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punkrotte
dont know why ppl voted no here. one of the first scenes feature human ghosts or spirits being tortured in various ways, like being poured boiling liquids on, being shocked with eels. its not graphic, but you can hear them scream which could be disturbing
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jdpamv
Despite the PG-13 rating this is a pretty kid-friendly movie, only green insect blood a few times and brief non-excessive bleeding in two other shots.
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hands are cut in a clean quick manner for a ritual
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3 characters drown but it isn't shown, we just see them underwater. eta: At the end of the film, a woman attempts to strangle her husband briefly with her handcuffs
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3 characters drown, but only 1 is shown briefly struggling (Kat). She's rescued. eta: At the end of the film, a woman attempts to strangle her husband briefly with her handcuffs
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Danny96
(Mild spoilers) There were a few scenes of undead skeletons having their skulls broke open, bones de-attached from their joints, etc… no gore
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fraisierdesbois
A car falls from a bridge into the water, but the passengers don't die because of it. They drown and one survives.
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a silhouette of a child in a memory is pushed down stairs
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glindaelphie
A bully is shown in a flashback to have possibly died, or at least be seriously injured, though it's left vague.
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At the beginning Kat's mom drowns trying to save her dad.
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Kat's parents die at the start of the movie.
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Kat's parents are briefly abducted, but it's not shown to be particularly dire for very long. Raul is also briefly abducted, but Kat gets him out
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Benrybenry
A stuffed bear falls off of a cliff. It does not belong to a child but it does look like a child’s toy.
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Spirits are shown in the underworld faire
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Are there razors?
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the hell maiden fever Kat experiences is akin to possession, as well as when she swears her allegiance and the mouth on her hand speaks (damn cool look tho 👀)
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kind of? there's working with snot and other slimy goo akin to spit
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After Wendall and Wild bring Father Bests back from the dead he sits up and vomits up water from drowning. It’s only water, not vomit. But it’s very sudden and loud
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Benrybenry
Bugs are squished
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feckhead
I don’t think the ending counts as copaganda personally. The bad guys getting arrested is karmic justice as a result of the anti-private prison message the films pushes throughout. The film waives the issue of prisons (both private and public) throughout its story.
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the main character, Kat, has flashbacks to the accident that killed her parents, that cause an anxiety/panic attack
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some gross squishing noises mostly. squishing bugs, raising the dead, bones clacking, etc.
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the main character, Kat, has flashbacks to the accident that killed her parents, that cause an anxiety/panic attack. this could be read as PTSD, i think, as it's triggered by driving over the bridge. There are a couple of moments where Kat has memories triggered by external stimuli
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Charly
Comment when Kat arrives at the school to ‘feed your soul, not your waistline’
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Benrybenry
The main character becomes a delinquent after her parents death and experiences symptoms of PTSD. She pushes a child down a set of stairs.
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Kat bites her own hand while fighting possession, and later hits herself due to the possession
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potential issues with some of the faire imagery, where the most color flashing/fast shots happen
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Does a baby cry?
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jdpamv
Despite the MPAA rating alleging their is “brief strong language” I heard none.
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there are a couple depictions of babies in drawings, but no actual babies shown. a character has a small child voice
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slugooni
I’m not too sure, but a disabled character—who’s in a wheelchair and has no legs—is shown with fake feet laying on his footrest which might be a gag on the fact that he’s disabled. It’s not a prosthetic or anything that shows purpose???
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slugooni
A character who is coded as Jewish (based on the necklace he wore and his name) deals with blood magic on a Catholic(?) student and coworker. He also collects/kidnaps demons who are <SPOILERS> the children of Buffalo Belzer. There were several Jewish people who state they were offended by this character so it’s important to note.
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once someone uses Raul's deadname, then misgendering is implied by a conversation his mom has over the phone (mom is defending him)
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shrubblanket
"feed your soul, not your waistline" may count
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well i guess Kat's dad does die at the beginning of the movie, but that's not what this trope is technically about
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zuchini5928
the comment about the pope masturbating is NOT true. he did not do that. there is not sexual content in this movie .
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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shrubblanket
the tires screech when the car crashes
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Kat's parents die in a car crash that ends with their car in a river
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shrubblanket
there is a brief blood bind where their hands are cut, small amounts of blood are shown. a character falls and hits their head and blood is briefly shown
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3 people drown but it's not shown. Kat's parents are shown in a car sinking deep into a river and another character is pushed into a pond while unconscious. Kat briefly struggles underwater but is saved.
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