The following is a brief summary of the content found in this suspense/thriller that has been rated PG-13. Profanity consists of at least seven uses of the word "damn" (including five with "God" attached), while other expletives and colorful phrases are also uttered. Some sexually related dialogue is present, while sexuality consists of a teenage boy and his girlfriend appearing in multiple scenes wearing only swimsuits (him in trunks, her in a series of skimpy bikinis) usually accompanied by kissing and heavy petting. There is a single scene of implied sex between a man and a woman engaged to be married.
Violence consists of people being punched, kicked, manhandled, sliced, stabbed, thrown down steps, drowned, and suffocated. Some of that has fairly bloody results, and repeated scenes and moments of potential peril where the psychotic character of the film's title stalks his prey will likely be unsettling and/or suspenseful for some viewers.
Bad attitudes are present throughout, as is some potentially imitative behavior and various thematic elements. Drinking is present also. So, too, are some tense family scenes marked by unresolved problems involving a divorced mom, her estranged husband, and their three kids.
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For those prone to visually induced motion sickness, all sorts of camera movement (including point of view and underwater pool shots) occur throughout the film. There is also a climactic thunderstorm that gives off a slight strobe effect in some scenes.