There's Someone Inside Your House

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AliceBell
No dogs in the film.
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Does a pet die?
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Are there bugs?
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Does an animal die?
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Does a cat die?
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malovela
There's a man who treats/affects his teen son badly, bordering on verbal abuse.
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malovela
There's a man who treats his teen son badly, bordering on verbal abuse, plus he sets a bad example for his son and is a bad influence on him, opinion-/attitude-wise. Callous, hostile, demanding, judgmental, prejudiced, all that. It's pretty clear that growing up with him has been painful.
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Boojey
Fentanyl addiction.
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malovela
Joints, bongs, pills.
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Someone is unable to move after a taser has been used on them
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leahloveshorrormovies
no but someones ankles are slashed open in the beginning
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malovela
No, but two persons are stabbed through the head.
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Boojey
A character is pushed into a fire but survives.
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YES VERY MUCH, VERY GRAPHIC!!! in at least the first murder, if not the second, the murderer targets the Achilles tendon first so the victims can't run
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A character is murdered and the killer then hangs their body from the ceiling.
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Boojey
Hazing scene where girls are forced to drink alcohol and have food shoved in their face.
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malovela
Stabbing, slashing.
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malovela
People surrounded by fire, coughing because of the smoke. I THINK we hear someone say "I can't breathe" in the background, but I may be imagining that.
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malovela
It depends on whether you think of people in their late teens as "kids". Several people around that age are murdered, but no small children.
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a character has an addiction to pills and is forced to swallow many pills before is officially murdered -- don't see the OD play out but see the consumption of too many pills
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malovela
One parent dies on screen, and we "know" their child, but we don't see their child (not a little child) mourning. A teenager tells how his parents died in a car accident.
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malovela
No, but someone is in someone else's power, unable to escape.
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Are there razors?
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Also spitting up blood in several scenes
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KlayEr
Visible only in pictures
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trisgood
Not necessarily. Police are present but are portrayed in a very indifferent light
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no, but people are electrocuted with a taser
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malovela
Patient in bed, doing okay, being visited by near and dear ones.
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georgiarose
the main character has flashbacks to a traumatic event that she endured
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malovela
Maybe, but if so, it's still only mentioned, and it may be a misdiagnosis. A guy says his little sister licks the powder off Cheetos (which it appears she does indeed do) and adds, "Body dysmorphia at the age of 8! Damn!" or something along those lines. The sister or the subject isn't mentioned at all before or after, and we never meet her. We don't know that she doesn't just like the powder while disliking the rest. But in any case, the sickness is mentioned. (As you can probably tell, I'm not well-informed about eating disorders and body dysmorphia... but now I've mentioned what there was to mention.)
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lem0nr0t
I say no, HOWEVER - the movie involves a red herring that isn't revealed until the very end, and the red herring character is implied to be mentally ill. There is a LOT of ableist stereotypes and language towards him specifically calling him a sociopath multiple times and saying he "experiences no human emotions". So while he is not the killer, he is treated like one throughout 99% of the movie and it can still be very upsetting. And unfortunately, the moment the actual killer is revealed there is ableist language used towards them which is not portrayed as a bad thing. So while the implied mentally ill character is not the killer, ableism towards mentally ill people and stereotyping them as violent is throughout the movie and honestly is not ever really shown to be ableist or wrong by the movies narrative.
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malovela
No, BUT it looks like someone is about to. After saying some sentences about how hard his life is, he sticks a gun in his mouth and pulls the trigger, and people around him scream, thinking that's he's killing himself, but it's just an (unfunny) gag.
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Boojey
Mentioned only.
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Boojey
He doesn't say anything, but a character puts a gun in his mouth. The gun turns out to not be functional.
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Boojey
Short scene of character climbing through vents.
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malovela
Not sure. Lots of fire towards the end. Before that, there are unannounced brief glimpses of a fire a couple of times.
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malovela
There's no baby.
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malovela
No pregnancies, no babies.
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malovela
No pregnancies, no babies.
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malovela
No pregnancies, no babies.
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Boojey
Mentioned only.
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lem0nr0t
There is ableist language and stereotypes throughout the movie. There are multiple usages of the word sociopath, this being the most common "insult" used when referring to the killer and who the characters suspect to be the killer. || Several main characters use ableist language and stereotyping when talking about another character, such as calling him a sociopath and saying he has "no human emotions", and assuming he must be a killer because of these traits. Which is both a harmful stereotype and ableist towards autistic and mentally ill people. This type of stereotyping and language is used multiple times, even directly as an insult to his face. There is consistent ableism towards this character on the basis of him being quiet, "mentally disturbed" and having a poor childhood. The stereotypes are never combated and even when he is proven to not be the killer, the movie never once addresses how ableist the characters were towards him. He even then calls the actual killer a sociopath. || There is a scene where a character uses the word "Libtard", meaning "liberal retard", and retard is an offensive word/slur towards autistic people. || There is a scene which a group of characters talk about how brain damage makes you stab/murder people, another ableist stereotype.
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malovela
No, but a gay teen is brutally beaten (seen on tape), and later he's stabbed and seems to be dying. We're told a little later that he'll survive ("critical, but stable"). The attempted murder wasn't about his sexuality. As for the beating, I'm not sure whether it was about him being gay or not.
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malovela
Not directly, but there's a collection of Nazi memorabilia in one scene, and in another we hear part of a white supremacy podcast accompanied by a screen showing logos and/or stuff written in gothic fonts or something like that - I'm not sure exactly what it is, but it's graphics that evoke Naziism (or at least it did for me).
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Boojey
A character who used different pronouns (he at once point, she or they at another) is mocked because of it.
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A character has a white supremacist podcast, talks about the myth of white genocide.
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lem0nr0t
Two of the characters make out pretty heavily in a car, with clear intent to have sex. it's a fairly short scene and they both stay fully clothed, but there is some body movement to imply grinding and it is a blatantly sexual scene. In another scene, the same two characters kiss pretty heavily. This scene is also short.
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There's a hazing ritual where sexist slurs are written in girls' foreheads by other girls
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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lem0nr0t
While it doesn't crash, a car is driven through fire and it's pretty intense. the characters stop the car roughly and end up fleeing when the engine catches fire.
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malovela
There are no flying scenes.
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malovela
There's taser violence. // A person pulls out a gun, for a moment making a crowd of people think he's about to shoot someone. He immediately assures them that there's no threat to them, but proceeds to make them all believe that he's going to shoot himself in the head. He sticks the gun in his mouth and pulls the trigger, but it's not a functional gun - it was all a sick joke.
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Someone dies in water, but not through drowning
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