Here's a quick look at the content found in this R-rated comedy. As it's a spoof of horror films, one must first realize that nothing that's present is meant to be taken seriously. As such, while there are plenty of instances of bloody and lethal violence, it's not portrayed realistically. Instead, it's intended to elicit laughs and not horror or repulsion, etc. (although it's possible some not fully in on the joke could find some of it scary/suspenseful - especially since the standard "slasher" type soundtrack plays - while others might not like such subject matter being used as comedic fodder).
Beyond the standard blood and gore, various instances of scatological humor are also present. One character is noted as being a heavy drug user (while others also do drugs, drink and a few smoke) and some related comedy stems from drugs and drug use. Profanity is rated as extreme due to at least 20 uses of the "f" word, while plenty of other profanities and colorful phrases also occur.
All sorts of sexually based humor is present, from realistic looking phalluses to scantily clad, buxom women to oral sex and masturbation references, implied activity and related dialogue. Brief male rear nudity occurs (along with the sight gag of a scrotum hanging down from a "woman's" skirt), while some briefly seen nude photos show male genitals, while others show women in a porno magazine - but from a distance.
Various instances of young men and women fooling around occur, with one such encounter leading to sex and ending with the exaggerated visual gag of a geyser-like ejaculation. Other related humor involves a male character who constantly acts and talks as if he's gay.
Should the above summary not answer your concerns about the film's content and appropriateness for yourself or anyone in your home who wishes to see it, you may want to take a closer look at our detailed content listings for specific examples of what occurs in the film.