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The Nun II Parents Guide: Is it OK for Teens?

Wondering if the The Nun II is ok for kids and teens? This sequel to The Nun is pretty scary and not recommended for kids. Here’s what parents need to know in The Nun 2 Parents Guide.

The Nun II Parents Guide

The Nun II Parents Guide

In 1956 France, a priest is violently murdered. An evil is spreading. The sequel to the worldwide smash hit The Nun (2018) follows Sister Irene (Taissa Farmiga) as she once again comes face-to-face with Valak, the demon nun.

Age Rating: Why is The Nun II Rated R?

The Nun II is Rated R for violent content and some terror which means some content may not be suitable for kids under 17.

Language in The Nun 2

There is some profanity including words like b*tch, hell, and words of Deity.

Violence: Is The Nun 2 Too Scary for Kids?

The Nun II is not a movie for children. There is a lot of violence and horror including blood and gore. Some scenes are very intense and too much for young kids. There are a lot of deaths, killings, demons, and photos of dead people. People are set on fire, impaled, choked, stabbed, punched, thrown around, and have their necks snapped.

There are a lot of jump scares. Cockroaches and maggots are seen coming out of a character’s mouth. Characters are seen being bullied.

Is The Nun II Appropriate for Kids Under 16?

In The Nun II you can expect to see a lot of violence, blood, gore, intense death scenes, and characters drinking and smoking. To sum it up, The Nun 2 is not kid friendly for kids under 16.

While The Nun II doesn’t offer a lot story wise, if you love a good horror movie, then some of the over-the-tops scares will entertain you. The Nun II does earn its R rating, so we recommend screening a film first if you have questions whether it’s appropriate for your child.

The Nun 2 Age Rating

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